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Submitted your abstract yet? 41st PLMA Conference Call for Presentations Underway Through Jan. 9

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41st PLMA Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona

41st PLMA Conference Call for Presentations Underway Through Jan. 9

PLMA is seeking session presentation proposals through midnight January 9, 2020 for the 41st PLMA Conference set for April 20-22 in Scottsdale, Arizona. 

The Conference Planning Group is searching for exceptional perspectives that explore best practices and cutting-edge issues affecting professionals who develop, implement, and evaluate load management initiatives, to include demand response and distributed energy resources. Preference is given to utility staff presenting case studies from topic areas aligned with these PLMA Interest Groups:

  • DER Integration/Innovation/Adoption
  • Customer Engagement
  • Connected Devices
  • Women in Demand Management
  • Global Load Management
  • Strategic Load Growth
  • Pricing

It's NOT complicated! Simply provide:

  • Presentation title and brief description as it might appear in the agenda
  • Presenter(s) name, title, organization
  • Brief explanation of why the topic will be compelling for our core audience of load management practitioners
  • Topic area that best aligns with your submission

Click Here to Submit Your Presentation

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Matt Chester on Dec 12, 2019

Those are some great topics!

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