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Resource Directory

Utility Exchange offers members and visitors this directory of resource links to thought leadership by industry experts. It includes:

  • Presentation slides from past Rocky Mountain Utility Exchanges and other in-person events produced by UtilityExchange.org and allies
  • Recordings from past webcasts produced by UtilityExchange.org
  • Articles, reports and white papers from UtilityExchange.org initiatives and collaborations
  • Other materials contributed by Utility Exchange members and allies

This Resource Directory contents page is accessible by anyone, but many of the resource links require Utility Exchange members to log-in to view and download the information described. Not a Utility Exchange member? CLICK HERE to learn how to join for free.

Do you have a resource to add to this directory? Email your proposed resource directory description and materials to [email protected] by the 10th of the month for inclusion in our monthly update.


Driving Transportation Electrification Initiatives

Utility Exchange Web Series recorded May 19, 2020

Participants learned how utilities, government agencies, and solution providers are developing and implementing programs and activities to achieve the State of Colorado's ambitious goal of 940,000 EVs on the road by 2030. A Snapshot Panel offered insight on what has already been accomplished, offer an overview of planning underway with a focus on the role of utilities, and take a shallow dive into topics and challenges utilities continue to face in transportation electrification. Each presenter offer a snapshot of sessions that they will present in greater detail at the 14th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange.

Access webinar recording at www.utilityexchange.org/driving-transportation-electrification-initiatives

 

41st PLMA Conference

April 20-22, 2020, Online

The 41st PLMA Conference, originally scheduled to be presented in Scottsdale, Arizona, was instead produced online by UtilityExchange.org with a mix of live and pre-recorded content presented at no charge to members and non-members alike. The updated conference agenda includes live 2-hour-long webcasts on Tuesday, April 21 and Wednesday, April 22 as well as pre-recordings of much of the rest of the previously scheduled conference content as practical. The pre-recordings will be made available to all conference registrants for your binge-watching pleasure starting on April 20. Over 1,100 people registered — instead of the 300 people who were expected to attend in-person — making it the biggest conference that PLMA never had.

To learn more go to www.peakload.org/41st-conference

 

CYBERSECURITY: How Leading Public Power Providers are Automating Cyber Threat Assessments and Continuous Monitoring

IPKeys Power Partners Roundtable: Insight for Public Power Providers on Data-Driven Analytics & Intelligence

Webinar recorded March 24, 2020

UtilityExchange.org produced this webinar where participants discovered how public power utilities across North America are achieving a defensive posture to automate a continuous process to: 1. Lock all the cyber doors with vulnerability assessment; 2. Monitor the locks and networks for detection, response, and flaw remediation; and 3. Benchmark compliance to industry standards for supply chain risk management. Attends heard specifically how leading public power provider are leveraging a standards-based system approach in a cost-effective manner without adding significant staff. Also, you’ll learn key aspects of a new APPA and Department of Energy project to subsidize deployment of N-Dimension’s N-Sensor technology at pubic power utilities in order to further mature the cybersecurity programs. Discover how leading utilities are fostering a culture of cyber security starting with self-assessment on to data-driven benchmarking using commercial tools.

Access webinar recording at ipkeyspowerpartners.com/2020/03/24/webinar-cybersecurity-leading-public-power/

 

END-TO-END POINT PERFORMANCE: Integrating Operations, Metering and Energy Demand Management onto a Single Platform

IPKeys Power Partners Roundtable: Insight for Public Power Providers on Data-Driven Analytics & Intelligence

Webinar recorded Feb. 19, 2020

UtilityExchange.org produced this webinar where participants discovered how public power utilities across North America are integrating their key operations management systems to analyze, predict & realize outcomes to:1. Reduce peak load power procurement payments; 2. Assess and engage with emerging distributed energy resource options for cleaner, renewable energy and a smarter grid; and 3. Embrace tools to participate in a broader range of demand response, including capacity, reserves, energy and rate optimization programs. Attendees heard specifically how a 100,000 customer municipal utility as well as a 15,000 member cooperative – both in Texas – are leveraging a standards-based system approach in a cost-effective manner without adding significant staff.

Access webinar recording at ipkeyspowerpartners.com/2020/02/19/end-to-end-point-performance/

 

13th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange
"Practicing Customer-Centricity"

September 24 - 27, 2019 at Aspen Meadows, Aspen, Colorado

UtilityExchange.org produces this annual event facilitates a networking and professional development conference for staff representatives of energy and water utilities serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for the design and delivery of customer-centric utility programs, including resource efficiency, load management/growth, distributed energy, and customer/member service operations. This event attracts about 150 utility and government staff as well as trade allies that provide products and services to support utility programs. The agenda focuses on utility best practices, case studies, and lessons learned.

Access agenda with presentation links at www.utilityexchange.org/13th-RMUE-resources


International OpenADR Symposium: The Protocol for Distributed Energy Resources and the Future Grid

June 11-13, 2019, PG&E's Energy Center, San Francisco

This Symposium produced by UtilityExchange.org focused is on the application of open, highly secure, and two-way information exchange for dynamic pricing and reliability signals between utility, aggregator and DERs with the OpenADR profile specification. Attendees discovered how energy service providers and customers in the United States and around the world standardize demand response (DR) and DER communications, automate DR/DER processes, simplify customer energy management and address cyber security. Join utility DR/DER program managers and solution providers as they share key challenges and lessons learned about communications and interoperability in DR/DER programs.

Access event home page at www.openadr.org/symposium

 
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