- Jun 29, 2021 1:29 pm GMT
The Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast (recently named a “Must Follow” energy podcast for 2021 by Feedspot) has produced some well-received episodes with high-profile guests. Have you heard our episodes that featured utility CEOs like Patti Poppe of PG&E, Gil Quiniones of NYPA, Mark Gabriel of WAPA, Paula Gold-Williams of CPS Energy, Garrick Rochow of Consumers Energy, and more?
Well, if you want to count yourself among those esteemed guests, then now might be your chance. We’re seeking guests to round out our episodes for late Summer into Fall around the following topics:
- The upcoming influx of federal spending money to go to grid investments and other infrastructure
- The changing landscape of customer care and the utility customer experience
- How utilities are preparing for hurricane season and keeping storm resilience as a top priority
- The implementation of LTE, 5G, and other modern communication systems to advance the power sector
- The trend of digitalization and artificial intelligence in the utility industry
- How power industry professionals are utilizing data analytics and intelligence
If any of the above topics are in your area of specialty and you're interested in appearing on the podcast to share your knowledge, we want to hear from you! Email Community@EnergyCentral.com with the subject line ‘Podcast Guest 2021’ and include which of the topics you’re interested in, an overview of your experience in that field, and what specifically you’d like to discuss under that topic area.
Thanks, and I'm looking forward to hearing you on the podcast waves!
Note: There is no cost for interviews scheduled with guests from utilities, IPPs, RTOs, regulators, and government agencies. For solution providers and industry vendors, the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast offers a unique opportunity to reach our listeners: utility executives and decision-makers, marketing processionals at utility organizations, energy industry leaders and influencers, and more. To learn how someone from your company can be featured in the podcast, or how you can become a podcast sponsor, please get in touch with a client representative at email@example.com or you can download our product guide. We're open to utility-focused topics that will allow your representatives to shine as podcast guests, so we'd love to chat with you today about how to make that happen.
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