BECOME A THOUGHT LEADER: SHARE YOUR INSIGHTS WITH THE TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION COMMUNITY
With the postponement of DISTRIBUTECH International until 2022, we remain committed to our customers’ needs now, as well as in the future, and how we can deliver experiences to best meet those needs. Our customers have expressed the need to continue to learn, network and source new solutions to support their ongoing operations.
In September 2020, we launched the DISTRIBUTECH+ Series to continue to offer quality, relevant educational sessions to our audience and partners through a new year-round online community featuring bi-monthly virtual events. Like the face-to-face DISTRIBUTECH International event, DISTRIBUTECH+ brings all the industry’s players together, from utilities and consultants to solution providers and researchers.
Are you an electric utility expert with insights to share with the energy market? If so, submit an abstract to speak at an upcoming DISTRIBUTECH+ Series virtual event (from the location of your choice)!
Our audience is electrified by case studies, insights and lessons learned from T&D companies. While our program places a premium on utility and end-use customer participation, commercial entities that can secure a client to present with will find their content more attractive to our selection committee.
Questions? Please contact Jenn Runyon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 26-27, 2021
Themes: Distribution Management Systems (DMS) and Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS), Sensors, Telecom protocols, Feeder automation, Outage management and Communication system
July 20-22, 2021
Themes: Demand response, DERs, AMI, Advanced Metering Infrastructure, Enterprise Architecture, EVs, Managed Charging, EVSE (electric vehicle service equipment, aka chargers) and Microgrids
September 29-30, 2021
Themes: Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Pandemic Planning, Load forecasting, Reliability, Augmented Reality, Dynamic Live Data and Machine Learning
November 16-18, 2021
Themes: Innovation, Startups, Transactive Energy, DERS, Demand Response, Curtailment, High penetration of renewable energy, ADMS and OMS