Hello from KEEA’s PA Energy Efficiency Conference planning staff! We are putting the finishing touches on our opening plenary session, which will explore the timely topic of Resiliency.

With projected energy use and extreme weather events on the rise, the wellbeing of the grid is on the minds of everyone in the energy industry. As every leading voice in the energy field weighs in, communities throughout the country are exploring ways to support the effectiveness and reliability of their energy infrastructure.

This panel will be moderated by Anna Siefken of Carnegie Mellon University’s Wilton E Scott Center for Energy Innovation (last week’s Speaker Spotlight!). She’ll be joined by a number of experts: James Knight, the Energy and Utilities Director for Bucknell University, which is the second university and fourth organization in the world to achieve Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal (PEER) certification; the Manager of Strategy at University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Energy, Dr. Katrina Kelly-Pitou, who has done extensive Resilience research with the World Energy Council; and Josh Schnitzlein, the Hazard Mitigation Planner for Lycoming County.

Join KEEA in Harrisburg on October 25th and 26th for an empowered, forward-looking discussion about cutting-edge technological, programming, and policy solutions. 

Only EIGHT DAYS left for early bird registration prices – get your ticket today!

Posted August 23, 2018 in: News, Uncategorized by kristin