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  1. 1. Register by June 19th to SAVE up to $598! Smart Grid August 17-19, 2009 Hilton McLean Tysons Corner Implementation McLean, VA The Industry “HOW TO” Event summit TM for Launching, Implementing and Operating Smart Grid Projects STAKEHOLDER DRIVEN DIALOGUE among our Learn how to turn the economic opportunity of Smart Grid distinguished panel of into reality: speakers including: Plan a Smart Grid Project Model for geographic, operational and efficiency assumptions in constructing your BUSINESS CASE Electric Power Utility Leverage regulatory incentives for smart grid pilots in your state and on the Companies: federal level AUSTIN ENERGY Increase customer retention through smart grid pricing and service NATIONAL GRID SEMPRA ENERGY Fund a Smart Grid Project Weigh costs and advantages of market pricing schemes for smart grid: PEPCO HOLDINGS INC. hourly pricing, peak time rebate and critical time pricing PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY Quantify expenditures from fuel, technology deployment, workforce SOUTH CALIFORNIA EDISON NEW! training and the costs savings of load reduction, efficiency and deferred asset BLUEBONNET ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE NEW! build-out for traditional electric operations Run a Smart Grid Project Integrate smart grid technology with internal infrastructure to reduce State and Federal interference with operations Policymakers: Integrate distributed energy resources and reduce emissions U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Serve load pockets without building expensive new power lines NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STANDARDS AND Understand standards for implementing and operating smart grid technology TECHNOLOGY Chase Stimulus Dollars FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION Ensure that your proposal for stimulus money is highlighting the specific DC PUBLIC SERVICES COMMISSION requirements of the federal criteria for funding grants Engage with the federal programs for energy efficiency and renewable energy and target the available financing Smart Grid Technology Gain perspective on the federal coordination efforts for interoperability and communication standards development Companies: DELOITTE SERVICES LP GE ENERGY TRANSMISSION AND Sponsors: DISTRIBUTION mPHASE TECHNOLOGIES HORIZON ENERGY GROUP Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  2. 2. August 17-19, 2009 Smart Grid Hilton McLean Tysons Corner McLean, VA Implementation The Industry “HOW TO” Event summit TM for Launching, Implementing and Operating Smart Grid Projects Dear Colleague, It is rare that a utility company has WHO WILL ATTEND: not at least considered the moderniz the deployment of smart grid tech ation of its grid and nologies. Continually growing dem CFOs, CIOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors and infrastructure, ageing workforce and and for electricity, old Managers responsible for: imperatives for carbon reduction are utilities to reconsider the current busin pressuring model for smart grid truly exist? Wha ess model. However, does a functiona l business • Smart Grid and AMR/AMI/MDM t is the realistic effect of smart grid technology on Metering improving operations, reliability, custo mer retention and asset utilization Distribution Operations ? • The promise of smart grid is clear • Distribution Automation to all the stakeholders: more effec transmission, cleaner energy and tive energy empowering customers to monitor • Distributed Generation contribute self-generated resources their own demand and back into the grid. To realize these to construct a business case for smar promises, you need • Asset Management t grid, quantifying all costs and bene technology partners to build out and fits and indentify manage your smart grid. Additiona lly, you need to • Demand Response train your workforce to operate the modernized grid, and then forecast consumer behavior under a new tech and manage your • Electric Operations nology and pricing paradigm. Addi to be aware of both the regulator tionally, you need y incentives and requirements that • Customer Service constrain your business goals. can either expand or • Information Technology Taking place in Washington, DC from August 17 – 19, the 2009 Smart • Meter Data Management Implementation Summit will addr Grid ess these questions specifically throu gh the actual • Smart Appliances experience of leading power utilit y companies deploying these prog bring together senior level executive rams. The event will s from electric power utility compani technology companies and policymak es, smart grid business models that work, IT depl ers from state and federal governme nts to identify Sponsorship and Exhibition oyment strategies, improvements and interoperable standards developm ent paths. to policy framework Opportunities If you are in the process of developin Sponsorships and exhibits are excellent g, refining and executing your busin opportunities for your company to take a few minutes to read through ess plan, please the agenda, and then visit our web showcase its products and services to www.iqpc.com/us/smartgrid. I look site – forward to meeting you in Washing high-level, targeted decision-makers the most important meeting of the ton in August, at year for electric power industry. attending the Smart Grid Implementation Best regards, Summit. IQPC and Energy IQ help companies like yours achieve important your learning sales, marketing and branding objectives P . Maximize .S attending our by setting aside a limited number of event experience by sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of rkshops! Se e interactive wo which are tailored to assist your Tatiana S. Diykova gister today! organization in creating a platform to Senior Conference Director page 3 and re maximize its exposure at the event. IQPC For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting at the Smart Grid Implementation Summit, please contact Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com. 2 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  3. 3. Pre-Conference Workshops Monday, August 17, 2009 12:15 – 3:15 12:00 Registration for Workshop A. Lunch will be served. A Projecting the Economic Value of an Investment in Smart Grid and Building the Business Case Smart grid projects are capital intensive, impact different departments • Quantifying societal benefits such as avoided generation investment, within the utility organization and affect the cost of energy and reduction of a carbon footprint and assessing intangible customer service levels for the end-users. This workshop will guide participants benefits through steps required to perform an analytic assessment of the economic value of a smart grid project before committing to actual How you will benefit: deployment or before making a decision to scale up an existing • Understand the choice of a project within the constraints of limited Automated Metering Initiative. finances and in situations where working capital recovery is limited by the regulatory process What will be covered: • Avoid making common generic assumptions that may compromise • Modeling assumptions present in regional variations such as regional the financial success of your project conditions of service reliability criteria, cost of building a new • Identify sensitivities in your risk assessment and benchmark against generation, information requirements for customers and tax laws your industry peers • Estimating the timing and sequencing of benefits and costs of a project Workshop Leader: Branko Terzic, Regulatory Policy Leader – Energy & Resources, Deloitte 3:30-6:30 3:15 Registration for Workshop B B Integrating Smart Grid Analysis and Valuation into Utility Enterprise Business Planning Smart grid technology and smart grid projects are fairly new to the • Quantifying financial and operational implications of renewables and industry but accurate evaluation of smart grid performance and distributed resources integration impact on existing assets and operations is essential for utility business • Capital planning and budgeting implications forecasting. This workshop will guide participants how to execute business planning initiatives that account for these new and changing How you will benefit: business considerations. In this session, you will gain a clear approach • Enhance the robustness of your business case for properly integrating Smart Grid and business planning. • Plan and account for environmental compliance and sustainability • Monitor your project's performance and identify areas for corrective What will be covered: action • An analytic framework to determine business and operating model impacts of smart grid projects Workshop Leaders: Jere Jacobi, Partner, ScottMadden and C. • Accounting for reliability benefits, operating efficiencies and savings Scott Wilson, Partner, ScottMadden About Our Sponsors: Silver Spring Networks is a Smart Grid networking well as clean-tech companies in need of remote communications and control functionality solutions company that enables utilities to achieve for products ranging from solar panels to plug-in hybrid vehicles. Website: operational efficiencies, reduce carbon emissions and www.smartsynch.com empower their customers to monitor and manage their energy consumption. SSN provides the hardware, software Telvent (NASDAQ: TLVT) is a global IT solutions and and services that allow utilities to deploy and run unlimited advanced applications, business information services provider that improves the including Smart Metering, Demand Response, Distribution Automation and Distributed efficiency, safety and security of the world’s premier Generation, over a single, unified network. SSN has successful deployments with utilities organizations. The company serves markets critical to the sustainability of the planet, serving 20 percent of the US population, including Pacific Gas & Electric, Pepco Holdings, including the energy, transportation, agriculture, and environmental sectors. Website: Florida Power & Light and Oklahoma Gas & Electric. For additional information, visit us at www.telvent.com www.silverspringnetworks.com. Tendril enables true 21st century energy efficiency by SmartSynch is the leading provider of public wireless IP-based establishing a dialog between consumers and their energy smart grid solutions. Our clean-tech innovations in the two-way providers. The Tendril Residential Energy Ecosystem (TREE) is delivery of real-time energy usage data over public wireless comprised of an open, extensible and standards-based platform networks, in lieu of proprietary networks, have simplified for energy management, a comprehensive suite of energy management applications (like deployments for 100 major North American utilities, while Demand Response and Time-of-Use Pricing) and a suite of in-home hardware devices (like enabling their clean-energy initiatives and delivering greater Returns on Resources. thermostats and outlets). TREE is a comprehensive and consumer-centric solution that is As a smart grid infrastructure company, SmartSynch offers true end-to-end, IP-based designed to integrate seamlessly with a Utility’s or Energy Retailers’ existing back office solutions capable of delivering grid intelligence to and from any device. Our products and applications and network infrastructure allowing consumers and their energy companies services include SmartMeters™ and SmartBoxes™ that immediately IP-enable the grid, to communicate, collaborate and create — Smart Energy for Life™. Website: software solutions, and network management services for utilities and their customers, as www.tendrilinc.com 3 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  4. 4. Main Conference Day One Tuesday, August 18, 2009 7:30 Registration & Coffee • Implementing smart grid pilots in the urban areas • Evaluating an opportunity to implement a microgrid 8:00 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Patrick Hogan Senior Vice President of Network Strategy 8:15 Keynote: Electric Dreams and Harsh Realities: National Grid Meeting Future Utility Operating Challenges with Smart Grid and Leveraging the 9:45 Morning Networking Break Administration’s Support for Energy Efficiency Smart grid technology is hailed as the “silver bullet” to address 11:00 Double Session with Roundtable Discussion: electric utility challenges of the ageing infrastructure and the Transitioning Smart Grid from 1.0 to 2.0 regulatory requirements for clean energy. As the financial provisions of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act encourage Building the utility side of the grid from the central power plant and support smart grid demonstration projects in all areas of the through the transmission and infrastructure all the way to the country, what are the implications for the electric power industry in meter and back, involves systems integration, communications, forecasting operations and profits for the next 5 years and what is security, safety and reliability of electric operation, better and new the potential to realize the promises of this new technology? services and superior customer service. However, Smart Grid 2.0 Learn how to: focuses beyond the meter and into a residential or commercial • Position your company in the framework of technology solution premise with integration back to the utility grid. Smart 2.0 involves providers and regulators to find opportunities to optimize managing and leveraging distributed generation, storage, plug-in electricity transmission and generate power savings hybrid vehicles, and smart appliances. • Examine the future in new and innovative smart grid technology Austin Energy’s Smart Grid will be live by August 2009 (yes, this products year!), covering 440 square miles, 500,000 devices, 100 terabytes • Identify which project areas of smart grid stand to gain the most of data, 1 million consumers and 43,000 businesses. We also from interoperable standards directly manage 86,000 smart thermostats representing some • Access government funded financial incentives and provide 35MW of load. In this session, learn how the company’s smart grid sector resources journey: Adam Grosser • Simplified infrastructure, improved disaster recovery and business General Partner continuity planning, improved regulatory compliance, increased Foundation Capital quality standards and customer satisfaction while reducing operational costs Foundation Capital is one of the foremost venture capital investors • Leveraged the principles of delivering presentation, process, and and experts in the clean-tech industry, having invested $150 information as services to all stakeholders of the Software million in green companies since 2003. Most recently, the firm Oriented Architecture to integrate, manage and control power was selected to be a partner to the U.S. Department of Energy’s and distributed energy plants, the wholesale energy system, the Entrepreneur in Residence program, which aimed to develop new transmission and distribution aspects of the grid clean-energy technologies. Foundation Capital looking at the power • Integrated meters, smart appliances at customer sites, plug-in- of the electric network and at applications that can be layered on hybrid electric vehicles while delivering timely information via top of the existing networking infrastructure, including demand portals to all customer types. response and energy portals for end users that would let them see Andres Carvallo the energy they are using real time. CIO Austin Energy 9:00 Double Session with Roundtable Discussion: Identifying an Opportunity for a Smart Grid 12:30 Networking Lunch Project and Determining its Scope Part One: Case Study Presentation 1:30 Cost Benefit Analysis of a Smart Grid Project - Given the need of capital expenditure outlay within a regulated How to Finance Capital Expenditures and Project rate structure, are smart grid projects commercially viable? Utilities the Scalability of Smart Metering take different paths to creating a smart grid pilot, primarily in The fundamental challenge of implementing a smart grid project is accordance with regulatory and business drivers that differ across cost. Less than 5% of the U.S. population is wired to smart grid, states and regions. What is the strategy to perform an analytic mostly through smart grid pilots. Replacing hundreds of millions of assessment that incorporates new technology and business models meters and wiring is expensive and consumers may be unwilling to on top of the existing assets and operations? bear costs for smart meter equipment and installation passed on Learn how to: through rate increases. However, the smart grid’s promise of energy • Apply an analytic framework to assess strengths and weaknesses efficiency and cost savings was the driver for SEMPRA Utilities in of project partners in the technology and in public sectors structuring their pilot project. • Evaluate different geographic locations for the project Learn how to: deployment • Assess fixed costs of a smart grid project such as investment in • Review the opportunities and imperatives provided by the local infrastructure, technology and personnel training regulatory framework (federal, state and local) • Project variable operating costs for the duration of pilot life • Decide on project phases: from AMI to HAN • Quantify benefits of the project in terms of fuel expenditure, load Part Two: Peer to Peer Roundtable Discussion reduction, and implications for workforce such as meter readers Session attendees will break up into small groups for in-depth • Analyze data from the pilot for next stages of the project discussions around the following topics brought out in the main Terry Mohn session: Technology Strategies and Enterprise Architect • Strategies to engage public sector stakeholders to gain support SEMPRA Utilities for smart grid pilots 4 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  5. 5. Day One continued... 2:15 Leveraging Technology for Demand Response 4:15 Panel Discussion: The View from Washington: Electric Delivery Systems and Improved Regulatory and Policy Directions and Impacts Customer Service and Care As stated in Title XIII of the Energy Independency and Security Act of 2007, it is the policy of the United States to support Deployment of demand response technologies will improve energy modernization of the Nation’s electricity transmission and choice and control available to consumers. In-home pre-cooling, distribution system. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ‘smart' thermostats, and the usage of hybrid vehicles are all of 2009 provides Federal funding to assist in accelerating technical tools that incorporate the real-time knowledge and modernization of the nation’s electricity grid to create a Smart Grid. intuitive technology necessary for consumers and businesses to This session will address opportunities to receive Federal funding for manage their electricity spend and usage proactively and effectively, Smart Grid and the initiatives of the Federal Smart Grid Task Force, while actively participating in the conservation effort. The including: integration of demand response technologies with AMI will serve as • Process and criteria for receiving Federal funding under the the focus for the deployment of a smart grid. American Recovery and ReInvestment Act PEPCO will share its vision of a smart grid and how to deploy technology • Leveraging other funding available from the Department of in the customer home and across the entire distribution and Energy • Opportunities to engage with the Federal Smart Grid Task Force transmission system in an integrated manor will provide the maximum benefits for the customer, the environment and the company. It will also on issues of concern to the electric power industry • Opportunities for the electric power industry to inform the discuss how information gleaned from an intelligent grid enables utilities to provide smarter, faster and more proactive service to its customers workings of the agencies comprising the Federal Smart Grid Task through more effective customer care, customer management and Force improved customer information systems. Panelists are members of the Federal Smart Grid Task Force, including: William Gausman Dan Ton Senior Vice President for Asset Management and Planning Systems Integration Team Lead, Office of Energy Efficiency Pepco Holdings Inc. and Renewable Energy U.S. Department of Energy EXTENDED Q&A WITH 3:00 Afternoon Networking Break Steve Bossart THE AUDIENCE Senior Manager and Technical 3:30 Panel Discussion: What Building a Smart Grid Advisor, National Energy Technologies Laboratory Means for the Home U.S. Department of Energy Moderated by: A representative of Tendril Panelists to be announced 5:15 Close of Day One Main Conference Day Two Wednesday, August 19, 2009 7:30 Registration & Coffee 9:15 Interoperable Technology Standards Roadmap At the national level, standards are needed so that innovations can 8:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks interact seamlessly. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, part of the Commerce Department, is expected to 8:15 Thought Leadership Panel Discussion: The Future present only a rough framework by the summer. But what forms do of Smart Grid Technology standards take? How do they achieve wide adoption? Can we have Although basic technologies that would enable an intelligent one standard that ensures full interoperability? Do they make us power grid are available today, visionary companies are developing more vulnerable to cyber security and privacy attacks? What about solutions for the future challenges of a modernized electric grid legacy systems or stifling future innovation issues? Learn about the system. This session will highlight some of the cutting-edge efforts of the utility industry and regulatory bodies such as FERC and technologies that are preparing for the full scale deployment of NIST to collectively address interoperability challenges through: • The Gridwise Architecture Council smart grid initiatives surrounding the following topic areas: • Infrastructure • Open Smart Grid Subcommittee of the Utility Communications • Metering Architecture International Users Group • Communications • The provisions of the 2007 Energy Independence and Security • Batteries and renewable energy storage Act Moderator: Moderator: Branko Terzic Lorie Wigle Regulatory Policy Leader – Energy & Resources General Manager, Eco-Technology Program Office Deloitte Intel Corporation EXTENDED Q&A WITH Panelists include: THE AUDIENCE Panelists: Bob Gilligan, Dr. David Wollman Vice President Chief of Quantum Electric Metrology Division GE Energy Transmission and Distribution National Institute for Standards and Technology Ronald A. Dorando Jamie Simler CEO Deputy Director, Office of Energy Market Regulation mPhase Technologies Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Lorie Wigle General Manager, Eco-Technology Program Office 10:15 Morning Networking Break Intel Corporation 5 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  6. 6. Day Two continued... EXTENDED Q&A WITH 10:45 Public – Private Sector THE AUDIENCE 2:00 Case Study: Utility-Technology Partnership on a Working Groups: Smart Grid Project – from Implementation to Triangulating Standards from the Perspective of Operational Process Management Utility Industry, Smart Grid Technology Companies Currently, PG&E is deploying one of the largest smart meter and Policymakers programs in the country and making a transition from a pure In this interactive session you will break into small groups and metering project to a more sophisticated structure monitoring and exchange with your utility peers, public sector stakeholders and controlling the flow of electricity. Emerging technologies are smart grid technology companies industry needs, ideas and initiatives allowing new techniques for improved grid control and for standards development and formulation surrounding the managements but are also significantly increasing the data following topics: throughput. As systems grow more complex and data flow • Cyber security increases by volumes, control centers need new tools and processes • Communications among regional market operators, utilities, to help operators perform critical tasks and make quick, accurate service providers and consumers decisions. How does a power company scale up its deployment of • Ensuring that the bulk power system operators have wide-area smart grid? In this session, learn from PG&E’s experience how to: situational awareness with equipment that allows them to monitor • Measure benefits to customers from operations to achieve and operate their systems regulatory approval of the upgrade case • Implement a decision making framework for selecting technology • Coordinating operation of the bulk power system with new and emerging technologies for renewable resources, demand partners for installation of a home area network, including resources, electricity storage and electric transportation systems deciding on investment in different proprietary standards • Achieve customer buy-in and participation in the program 11:30 The Impact of Consumer Choice on Demand through financial incentives and public education programs Response Electric Delivery Systems: Implications Andrew Tang for Designing Pricing Structures Senior Director Smart Energy Web Little understanding exists as to how energy behavior will change Pacific Gas & Electric Company following the deployment of demand response technologies. Utilities can create real markets for electricity with prices that can vary by the 2:45 Afternoon Networking Break minute but consumer groups have often resisted flexible pricing. What is the best choice for a utility between mandatory, default or 3:15 Integrating Clean Energy into the Smart Grid voluntary flexible structures? Additionally, what are the implications The energy world is changing. Consumers’ interest is increasingly of running a multi-jurisdictional smart grid project and managing green and self-determining, grid complexities are increasing, and issues and expectations of a growing number of stakeholders? In this the political landscape is shifting. While significant time and money session, learn how the Pepco smart metering project in DC: today is focused on large wind plants, the massive change • Modeled the costs to the utility and savings from energy challenging the roots of the electric system is really happening with conservation using a smart metering pilot testing hourly pricing, distributed renewables. This is the disruptive arena for the next 20 the peak time rebate structure and the critical time pricing years driven by consumers and the greening of America. This is the structure arena that requires significant intelligence in the grid and a new • Re-trained its customer care and customer management services to regulatory model. This session will explore: address user concerns over price of electricity and improve • Nexus of clean energy and Smart Grid strategies customer information systems • Benefits of an integrated renewables Smart Grid implementation • Leveraged the models of customer behavior from the SMMIP and plan established relationships with DC regulatory stakeholders and • Lessons from those who have already embarked on this path consumer groups to promote the company wide DLC program in the area Steve Pullins President Introduction by: Horizon Energy Group Grace Hu Chris King Chief Economist Program Manager 4:15 Quick Fire Session: 30 Ideas in 45 Minutes - DC Public Services Commission PowerCentsDC Lessons for Private and Public Sector Charles R. Dickerson Utility companies, public sector stakeholders and technology Vice President Customer Care companies will break down the business models, technological Pepco Holdings, Inc. innovations and policy activities that have had the greatest impact on their smart grid development initiatives. The panel will also 12:15 Networking Luncheon brainstorm next-steps and outline key takeaways for the conference participants. 1:15 Case Study: Implementing a Smart Grid Moderator: Deployment Strategy Steve Pullins Bluebonnet’s deployment plan for the Sustainable Grid™ project President Panelists will provide their encompasses three main ideas: Net Energy Market, Economic top 6 tools for smart grid Horizon Energy Group implementation Development and Education Empowerment. Together this will empower cooperative members with the right to know and control Panelists include: their electricity usage as well as the right to be a full partner in Andrew Tang Steve Bossart generating the electricity they use. In this session, learn how Senior Director Smart Senior Manager and Bluebonnet’s on-going smart grid project installed a two-way grid Energy Web Technical Advisor, along 11,000 miles of line and deployed 80,000 meters covering Pacific Gas & Electric Company National Energy their entire service area. It began this program at 43 percent equity, Technologies Laboratory now has 40 percent equity and remains in the same position on Patrick Hogan Senior Vice President of U.S. Department of rates. Network Strategy Energy Mark Rose National Grid Grace Hu CEO Bob Gilligan Chief Economist Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative Vice President DC Public Services Matt Bentke Commission GE Energy Transmission and COO Distribution Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative 5:00 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conference 6 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
  7. 7. Registration Information Qualified Utility Companies: Register by Register by Register by Standard 6/5/09 6/19/09 7/17/09 Pricing (save $300) (save $200) (save $100) Conference Only $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 $1,599 All Access Pass (save $698) (save $598) (save $498) (save $398) (Conference + 2 workshops) $1,999 $2,099 $2,199 $2,299 Workshop(s) $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each Government Officials & Commissions: All Others: Standard Register by Register by Standard Price 6/19/09 7/17/09 Price (save $600) (save $300) Conference Only $999 Conference Only $1,999 $2,299 $2,599 All Access Pass (save $598) All Access Pass (save $998) (save $698) (save $398) (Conference + 2 workshops) $1,499 (Conference + 2 workshops) $2,699 $2,999 $3,299 Workshop(s) $549 each Workshop(s) $549 each $549 each $549 each Please Contact Dhaval Thakur directly for an explanation of Utility companies, Government Officials & Commissions, and All Others Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. About the Organizer: A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. Energy IQ, a division of IQPC, is MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC dedicated to providing practical, * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. detailed information through conferences, training courses, TEAM DISCOUNTS webinars and our monthly e-newsletter. By providing For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Dhaval Thakur at 1-416-597-4754 Only one discount may be applied per registrant. accurate, objective and up-to-date developments and trends in various industries, Energy IQ enables Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For more information, please contact Dhaval Thakur at organizations to remain competitive and profitable. 1-416-597-4754. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase - Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 Venue: ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 17505.001 Hilton McLean Tysons Corner Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22102 refreshment and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until Phone: 1-703-847-5000 payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. For IQPC’s Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, please visit www.iqpc.com/cancellation IQPC has also secured a reduced rate room block for participants of the Smart Grid Implementation Summit at Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1- 800-398-1966 to discuss your specific needs. the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner. To make your ©2009 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure reservations, please contact the hotel directly at 1-703-847- constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham 5000. Be sure to mention that you are attending IQPC’s Act and common law principles. Smart Grid Summit to ensure the group rate. Media Partners: 7 Register Now! Contact Dhaval Thakur @ 1+416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
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