- Apr 23, 2021 1:35 pm GMT
At Energy Central, we're always looking for New and Impactful ways to connect our community members directly to the experts who are shaping the utility industry today. As we speak, we're starting to roll out the latest feature on our platform that will help you do just that: Energy Central PowerTalks™!
This past week, we just launched these PowerTalks™ in their beta version, and you can get a sneak preview of our first two Talks, listed at the end of this post. Think of these features as Energy Central's version of TEDTalks, but focusing exclusively on the hottest topics in the power industry featuring the biggest names in our industry!
As we work through these first PowerTalks™ and move through our beta launch, we want to incorporate the feedback from the most important part of Energy Central PowerTalks: our community.
With that said, we would appreciate it tremendously if you could take 30 seconds out of your day to provide feedback to us on what you'd want to see out of these PowerTalks and how you'd like them to work (e.g., live sessions vs. pre-recorded presentations? Ideal length of time? Managing Q&A with our speakers?).
And as mentioned, if you want to get an early look at these PowerTalks, check out these two already scheduled live sessions:
PowerTalk - Customer Experience Pyramid… Helping Utilities Find Love & Money with Doug Brand, Vice President American Water Homeowner Services.
PowerTalk - CIP-010-3 Software Verification for Compliance and Supply Chain Security Controls with Dick Brooks, Co-Founder, and Lead Software Engineer, Reliable Energy Analytics LLC
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