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Impact Café: Trend Checks | Featuring Juan Argueta (Part 1)

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Juan Argueta is the Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives in the Business Customer Division of Southern California Edison. In this position, Juan leads a team of project managers responsible for projects in areas such as Microgrids, Customer Generation and Interconnection. Over the past 26 years, Juan has held various leadership positions including Principal Manager of Smart Meter Deployment, Regional Manager of Meter Services, and Manager of the Electric Vehicle Technical Center. His education includes an MBA from the University of Southern California and a Mechanical Engineering degree from the California State University in Los Angeles. >>Listen now!

 

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