16th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange

Join us for a Sneak Peek Preview of 16th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange

If you are a first-time attendee or still on the fence about registering, we hope you'll join us live for this free online sneak peek preview webinar on Wednesday, August 3 at 10:30 a.m. Mountain time or listen to it afterward on the Utility Exchange podcast channel. We'll review the agenda and activities planned, suggest ways to make the most of the learning and networking opportunities, and answer your questions about the event. We'll record this, so go ahead and register even if you can't attend and you'll have access to the recording.

The Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange is a networking and professional development forum for utility and government organization staff as well as industry allies. The target audience is the staff of energy utilities serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for the design and delivery of customer-centric utility programs, including resource efficiency/sustainability, load management/growth, distributed energy, and customer/member service operations. The agenda is developed from submissions through a call for presenters that are reviewed by a Scoring Group comprised of the Advisory Committee and sponsor organization representatives.

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Utility and Government Roundtable

This popular session kicks off the Exchange with brief introductions by designated representatives from each utility and government agency present highlighting one topic they'd like to discuss, learn or share. Following introductions, there is a robust open discussion of the hot topics identified during the introductions. All registrants are welcome to attend this opening discussion.


Best practices and lessons learned are the focus of the Exchange. Case-study oriented, with plenty of time for a discussion led by Session Co-Chairs, topics will include:

  • Beneficial Electrification Strategies
  • Distributed Energy Resource Tactics
  • Heat Pump Insights
  • Residential Customer Engagement
  • Income-Qualified Customer Focus
  • Commercial Customer Initiatives
  • Looking Back to the Future
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Building Battery and EV Workshops

Workshops on Building Battery Innovations and Electric Vehicle Drivers will be presented Monday at no additional fee with conference registration. To view the workshop agendas, click here, and select the Monday tab.

BPI CEUs Available

Continuing Education Units from the Building Performance Institute have been identified for eligible agenda sessions as shown on the agenda. Learn more about how to obtain credit at Frequently Asked Questions.

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