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As the energy industry is evolving through diverging paths, the next wave of strategy will be based on different interpretations of innovation, funding, scaling, and customer adoption. We are at the nexus of change.

Join us Thursday, September 12 in New York City at the Energy Marketing Conference (EMC) for an innovative panel discussion, sponsored by the all new EnergyPaiges*.

Register here now to attend and you will receive EnergyPaiges’ exclusive 30% discount off your registration fee.

The panel, titled “Energy Transition Insights: The Next Wave is Different,” will explore three scenarios for the energy transition – signposts and triggers that thought leaders from major companies are seeing and insights about where big bets are being placed.

The panel’s four esteemed speakers are:

  • Tim Fairchild

    Tim Fairchild; Director of the Global Communications, Education, and Energy Industry Practices; SAS

 

 

 

  • Steve Hambric

    Steve Hambric; Vice President, Consumer Energy Management; Itron, Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Kristie Deiuliis

    Moderator: Kristie Deiuliis, Co-Founder, The NEDD Group (The Nexus of Energy Data & Design) and Executive Editor, EnergyPaiges

 

 

We hope to see you there!

*Energy Pages was recently acquired and is launching a new powerful business model & brand as “EnergyPaiges.” Stay tuned for information soon about our exciting initiatives to provide new insights & value for the energy industry.
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Energy Pages is an online trade publication and business directory for the retail energy industry. We publish editorials, resources, case studies, practical information and industry news. Our content is about and for industry leaders, innovators, investors and influencers.

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