Keynote Speaker Announced for the 2012 Peak Load Management Alliance Fall Conference: Sponsored by Pacific Gas and Electric Company November 7-8, 2012 in San Francisco
The future of demand response and its driving factors.
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) November 04, 2012
Steve Malnight, vice president of customer energy solutions for Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), will give the keynote address at this year's PLMA's Fall 2012 Conference: The future of demand response and its driving factors. At PG&E, Mr. Malnight is responsible for the company's expanding portfolio of demand-side customer solution offerings, which encompass energy efficiency, demand response, time-variable electric pricing options, automated energy management, electric vehicles and on-site customer generation.
This year's keynote address will mark Mr. Malnight's first at the renowned gathering of demand-side management practitioners and industry thought leaders from across North America. His speech is expected to address the future of demand response at PG&E and the role of dynamic pricing.
Mr. Malnight will be joined by other industry guest speakers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories and the Electric Power Research Institute. Paul Tyno, Chairman of PLMA said today, “We are delighted that Steve Malnight of PG&E will give the keynote address at this year's Fall Conference. The perspective of a respected utility will play a key role in what is to be expected for the future of demand response and its driving factors.”
About the Peak Load Management Alliance
The Peak Load Management Alliance (PLMA) was founded in 1999 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the principles of demand side management, load shaping, and the integration of energy efficiency and demand response. Our membership represents a diverse collection of utilities, curtailment service providers, service and technology companies, industry consultants, and consumers.
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