Thought leaders in the energy industry will meet to discuss the growth, transformation, challenges and needs of the industry at ETS17 March 27-30 in Austin, Texas. Among these experts will be Sharelynn Moore, Itron vice president of global marketing and public affairs, who will sit on the panel Crafting New Partnerships for Next-Generation Infrastructure.
This breakout session will focus on the importance of forming new partnerships and collaborations. The panelists will discuss the opportunities for developing new partnerships and technology platforms needed for grid and city modernization. On the panel with Moore will be Damali Rhett, executive director at The Energy Co-op and Heather Rosentrater, vice president, energy delivery at Avista. The panel will be moderated by Peter Kelly-Detwiler of Forbes.
ETS17 is a call to creative minds to convene and design real solutions for the energy transformation taking place today. This inclusive event welcomes everyone to the table to create change in energy and consider the roles that emerging technologies play in shaping a new future.
Visit the following link to learn more about ETS17 and the breakout session: http://ets17.com/agenda/.