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ZigBee Part of Inaugural GridWeek on Smart Energy
Date: April 23-26, 2007
Venue: Ronald Reagan Building Washington DC
Key Smart Grid Speakers Include:
Federal & State Leaders on Energy
Top Executives from Major U.S. Utilities
Technology Leaders & Visionaries
Smart Grid Experts & Thought Leaders
Including State of the Grid Speech by U.S. Secretary of Energy, Samuel W Bodman
The first National GridWeek provides the opportunity for a variety of organizations focused on smart grid and grid modernization to hold meetings and participate in collaborative sessions that include leading speakers on grid modernization.
Objectives to drive adoption of smart grid
Facilitate alignment of groups working on grid modernization
Set a common agenda for grid modernization
Increase awareness of grid modernization issues
Focus on policy issues related to smart grid technology deployment
A program designed for stakeholders from:
Technology & service providers
Smart grid initiatives
Federal & State regulators & law makers
Electricity consumer groups
Press, analysts & other observers
Planned Activities at GridWeek 2007:
State of the Grid Keynote by the Secretary of Energy
Utility Executive Panel on Smart Grid Successes
National Town Meeting on Demand Response
National GridWeek Recognition Dinner
Congressional Reception on Capitol Hill
About the Town Meeting on Demand Response
The widely-acclaimed event presented by the U.S. Demand Response Coordinating Committee is being held at GridWeek. The event is known for bringing together emerging policy and business leaders in demand response for a vibrant discussion where participants get to hear from them and they get to hear from the participants.
NOTE: Agenda subject to change, visit www.GridWeek.com for updates.
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