PG&E to host sponsor Smart Energy International 2011 in San Francisco


Kevin Dasso,
Senior Director
of Smart Grid,
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. — (METERING.COM) — September 22, 2011 – Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), California’s largest energy utility, has agreed to be host sponsor of the 2011 Smart Energy International Conference and Exposition, organizer Spintelligent has announced.

PG&E joins platinum sponsor Accenture, gold sponsor SAIC, silver sponsors Aclara, KEMA and Opower, and other innovative vendors and exhibitors.

PG&E senior director of Smart Grid, Kevin Dasso, will welcome attendees to the conference on the morning of Tuesday September 25, before joining the general manager of Austin Energy, the director of Smart Grid at San Diego Gas & Electric and the managing director of KEMA Americas, in discussing the role utilities must play in delivering a safe, sustainable, community-centric energy grid.

“All of our sponsors are well respected among the utility industry, and PG&E in particular has been an early supporter of new clean energy technologies and we welcome their commitment to sharing their tremendous knowledge at our utilities industry leadership summit,” said Mark Walker, VP North America for Spintelligent.

The event will be of benefit in particular to progressive utilities looking at how to unlock the full value of the smart grid for both their operational efficiencies and the customer, and for those wishing to understand how the future of energy will be impacted by technologies that continue to feed into and redefine the grid.

For more information and to register or to book accommodation, please visit  Save up to $300 by registering by September 30, 2011.