August 17, 2021

You Gotta Be There – No Recordings!

Our unofficial motto from past in-person events was "Share, Not Stare" because so much networking and learning happened in the small group discussion in the hallway and during mealtimes. This is much tougher to do during online meetings.

To keep things candid, none of the sessions will be recorded. This means registrants must participate "live" online because only copies of the presentation slides will be provided afterwards. That's the way it has been for our in-person events and the Advisory Committee is convinced that this is a primary value to be sure everyone feels comfortable candidly sharing their perspectives knowing that "what happens at the Exchange STAYS at the Exchange." It's this sort of "peer matching" that has kept the camraderie so strong from year to year.

This year's virtual-only agenda over four half-days will include eight 90-minute online exchanges with brief prepared remarks, interactive discussion in smaller breakouts, and then a larger group conversation with all participants. This will make more work for the session facilitators to keep the conversation moving, but the Advisory Committee believe this will be a better method to maintain the event's spirit and momentum.

If you haven't already, take a moment to watch this video where each session facilitators discusses their topic.

15th RMUE Sneek Peak Video

Over 100 people from energy utilities, government agencies, solution providers, and other industry allies have already registered for the 15th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange. See who is connecting at

We're continuing to make this annual event an exciting place to network and learn. And we're honoring this year's theme: "We're Changing! Come Change With Us!"

Ed Thomas & Tiger Adolf

15th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange, Sept. 21 - 24, 2021

Agenda Online and Registration Open

The agenda is now published for the sessions to be presented live online at the 15th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange on Sept. 21 - Sept. 24, 2021. There will be eight 90-minute sessions presented live over 4 days. Session Topics will include:

• Silo-Busting Collaboration, Partnership, and Innovation Development
• Equity and Income-Qualified Program Considerations
• Consumer Engagement with Communication Strategies and Tactics That Work
• Energy Efficiency: Swipe Right or Left
• Electric Vehicles: Driving Change in the Utility
• Beneficial Electrification as a Paradigm Shift
• Distributed Energy Resources: Feeling unDER the Stress
• Evolution of Utility Leadership in Business Models/Markets

The agenda format has been adjusted to encourage online interaction. Each session will follow this format:

Presentations: up to three 15-minute live case study presentations related to a central topic. Attendees will be encouraged to type questions/issues in chat for further discussion
Breakout Groups: up to 30 minutes of breakout group discussion. Attendees will be encouraged to add their perspective and explore common challenges/opportunities related to the topic
Wrap-up Discussion: up to 15 minutes to reconvene the full group to allow session presenters to report-out on key takeaways from the breakout discussion and respond to insights shared in the typed chat throughout the session.

Registration is now open for attendees and sponsors.

View Agenda and Register HERE

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The agenda is online for the CLEAResult Energy Forum to be presented online on Sept. 14-15. Learn more HERE.


Meet the Advisory Committee

The agenda for the Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange is developed from submissions following an open call for presenters that are reviewed by the Advisory Committee. Committee members also serve as the session facilitators. Learn who is on the Committee HERE.

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