WASHINGTON ADVANCED ENERGY BRINGS TOGETHER WASHINGTON'S KEY STAKEHOLDERS COMMITTED TO DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING WIN/WIN SOLUTIONS FOR THE REGIONS EVOLVING ENERGY NEEDS.
Smart Buildings & Grid Modernization of Cities
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Discussion Leaders to include:
Discussion Leaders to include:
- Jamie Statter, Vice President, Strategic Relationships, USGBC
- Edward P. Yim, Associate Director, DC Dept. of Energy & Environment
- Rob Stewart, Manager, Smart Grid and Technology, Pepco Holdings, Inc
- Steven Shparber, Counsel, PJM Interconnection
- Chris Murray, Manager, WGL Energy
- Scott Pomeroy, President & CEO Scalable Strategies
- Roger Frechette, Managing Principal, Interface Engineering
- Scott Baker, Sr. Business Solutions Analyst, PJM Interconnection
- Charles Iliff, Acting Director, Energy & Sustainability, Architect of the Capitol
On June 15th, 2017, Washington Advanced Energy held its Q2 Stakeholder Breakfast at the headquarters of the U.S. Green Buildings Council in Washington, D.C. The event focused on the District’s clean energy transition through the lens of Smart Buildings & the Grid Modernization of Cities.
On June 15th, Washington Advanced Energy held its Q2 2017 Stakeholder Breakfast at the headquarters of the U.S. Green Buildings Council in Washington, D.C. The event focused on the District’s clean energy transition through the lens of Smart Buildings & the Grid Modernization of Cities.
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