A National Town Meeting on demand response + smart grid

2016 Registration Now Open!

 

ATTENDEE REGISTRATION

Registration for the 2016 National Town Meeting is now available. Register today and take advantage of early bird pricing through April 29, 2016. Interested in sending a group of five or more? Register in bulk and save! Learn more about how you and your colleagues can save money on National Town Meeting registrations below.

 

Early Bird (through April 29 May 6)$300 discount!

Corporate/Utility – $995
SEPA Member* – $795
Government/Academic/Nonprofit** – $495

Advanced (April 30 May 7 – July 1)

Corporate/Utility – $1295
SEPA Member* – $1095
Government/Academic/Nonprofit** – $795

On-Site (July 11-13)

Corporate/Utility – $1395
SEPA Member* – $1195
Government/Academic/Nonprofit** – $895

 

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Pre-Conference Workshop Registration

Learn more about our two exciting pre-conference workshops and how to register for them here!

 

SPEAKER REGISTRATION

Confirmed speakers are eligible to register at a discounted rate of $695. We ask that you wait to register until you are confirmed by SEPA staff and sent registration instructions. If you have questions about your status as a speaker, contact Jenny Senff at (202) 753-8782 or jsenff@solarelectricpower.org.

 

STUDENT REGISTRATION

A student registration of $145 is available to the first 20 applicants. To receive approval for student registration, please contact Charisse Raysor at (202) 559-2024 or craysor@solarelectricpower.org.

 

GROUP REGISTRATION

Register your group of five or more and receive a discounted rate per person! All must be registered at the same time. To register with group rates, or to discover all the great reasons you should join SEPA, contact Charisse Raysor at (202) 559-2024 or craysor@solarelectricpower.org.

 

CANCELLATION AND SUBSTITUTION POLICY

Cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to events@solarelectricpower.org. The time-stamped or post marked date will be considered the date of cancellation request if the cancellation falls on a deadline. All cancellations are subject to a $50 processing fee.

  • On or before May 6 – full refund, minus processing fee

  • May 7 – June 10 – 50% refund, minus processing fee

  • June 11 and after – not eligible for refund

Substitutions by another colleague or co-worker are allowed but are subject to approval by SEPA. Substitutions must be submitted in writing to events@solarelectricpower.org.

 

 

*To receive discounted registration to the 2016 National Town Meeting, you must be a member in good standing on the date of the event. If your membership lapses between your registration and the Town Meeting, you will be asked to either re-join SEPA or pay the difference between your member discount and the full price registration. Questions about SEPA membership? Contact Charisse Raysor at (202) 559-2024 or craysor@solarelectricpower.org.

**Academic/Government/Nonprofit registrants are asked to register using their .edu, .gov, or .org email addresses.

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Over 200 different organizations were represented at the 2015 Town Meeting. Was yours one of them?

AARP
ACEEE
Advanced Energy Centre | MaRS
AEG
Alabama Power Company
Alberta Market Surveillance Administrator
Alison Silverstein Consulting
Alliant Energy
American Public Power Association
Applied Energy Group
Arara Blue Energy Group
Argus Media
Arizona Corporation Commission
Arkansas Public Service Commission
ARPA-E
Association for Demand Response & Smart Grid
Austin Energy
AutoGrid
Baltimore Gas & Electric
Black & Veatch
Bonneville Power Administration
Booz Allen Hamilton
Brainspur
Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE)
Cadmus
California ISO
California Public Utilities Commission
Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Technologies
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation
Charlotte Street Advisors
Chartwell
Chicane Labs / The Energy Foundation
Clarke Energy Associates
Clean Energy Report
Comverge
Con Edison
Conservation Services Group
Consumers Energy
Council on Environmental Quality
CPower
CTC
cyberGRID GmbH
DC Climate Action
DC Office of the People’s Counsel
DC Public Service Commission
DEFG
Delaware Public Service Commission
Demand Response Partners, Inc.
Digital Energy and Sustainability Solutions Campaign (DESSC)
Direct Energy
DNV GL
Dominion
DTE Energy
Duke Energy
DVI
Eaton
Ecobee
EcoFactor
Electric Power Research Institute
Elevate Energy
EMI Consulting
Emerson
Enbala Power Networks
Energy Efficiency Markets
EnergyHub
Energy Spectrum
EnergyWire
EnerNOC, Inc.
Enphase Energy
Environmental Defense Fund
Environmental Law & Policy Center
Eversource
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
FleetCarma
Georgia Power
Georgia Public Service Commission
Good Company Associates Inc
GoodCents
Greenlots
Greentech Media
Gridmates Inc
GridWise Alliance
HomeServe USA
Honeywell Smart Grid Solutions
Iberdrola USA
ICE Energy
ICF International
Idaho Power
IESO
Illinois Commerce Commission
Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
Innovari
Institute for Energy and the Environment, Vermont Law School
ISO New England
Itron, Inc.
Ivey Foundation
Johns Hopkins University
Johnson Controls
KAPSARC
Kentucky Public Service Commission
Landis+Gyr
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lockheed Martin
Maryland Energy Administration
Maryland Public Service Commission
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MelRok
Michigan Public Service Commission
Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
MISO
Mission:data Coalition
Missouri Public Service Commission
MIT
Momenta Creative
Montana-Dakota Utilities
MRC&A
National Grid
Natural Resources Defense Council
Navigant Consulting, Inc.
NCEMC
Nemtzow & Associates
Nest Labs
New York ISO
New York Power Authority
New York State
New York State Smart Grid Consortium
Nexant
Nixon Energy Solutions
North Carolina Public Utilities Commission
NRECA
NRG Business
NRG Curtailment Services
NRG eVgo
NYSERDA
OhmConnect
Oklahoma Gas & Electric
Olin College of Engineering
Opinion Dynamics
Opower
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
PECO
Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
Pepco Holdings, Inc.
PJM Environmental Information Services
PJM Interconnection
PLMA
Portland State University
Powerit Solutions
Power Over Time, Inc.
Public Service Commission of Maryland
Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
Public Utilities Fortnightly
Public Utility Commission of Texas
Regulatory Assistance Project
Reliant
Rocky Mountain Institute
Rodan Energy
Salt River Project
San Diego Gas & Electric
Schneider Electric
Scott Madden
Seattle City Light
Sensus
SGL Partners
Siemens
Silver Spring Networks
Simply Vintage Events
Skipping Stone
Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative
Smart Grid Today
Smart Utility Systems
SMUD
SNL Energy
Solar City
Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA)
Southern California Edison
Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative
Stem
Stevens Capitaladvisors.com
Syracuse University
Tendril
Tetra Tech ES, Inc.
The Forward Curve LLC
The New Republic
ThinkEco
Toshiba International Corporation
To the Point
Total
Tucson Electric Power
University of Washington
US Environmental Protection Agency
US State Department
Utility Dive
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC)
Virginia Dept of Mines, Minerals, and Energy
WeatherBug Home
Wedgemere Group
West Monroe Partner
Wexler Walker
WFSC 303 Wildlife Laws and Administration
White House
Wilkinson Barker Knauer
Wired Group