Conference Program Day 3
Wednesday March 25, 2009

 Session 3.5.1

Chairman: Philip Bane, Managing Editor, Smart Grid News, WA

09h00 – 09h30

Smart Operations: A strategy for putting meter data to work
Greg Hinchman, Chief Technologist, Lockheed Martin, CO

09h30 – 10h00

Strategies for developing a functional MDM repository
Stephen Nees, Technology Development Manager, Anaheim Public Utilities, CA

10h00 – 10h30

A successful MDM deployment at FP&L
Radha Swaminathan, Director – AMI IT Program, Florida Power & Light, FL
Susan King AMI IT Manager, Florida Power & Light, FL

11h00 – 11h30

Customer analytics for smart grid programs
Peter Shaw, Director, Navigant Consulting, PA

11h30 – 12h00

Success story: JEA’s MDM implementation and lessons learnt
Wayne Young, Director for Meter Reading, Billing and Collection, JEA, FL

12h00 – 12h30

Portland General Electric’s Meter Data Consolidator
Joel Westvold, AMI Director, Portland General Electric, OR

13h30 – 14h00

PPL Utilities’ AMI vision – MDM project overview
Michael Godorov, Manager, AMI Operations, PPL Electric Utilities, PA

14h00 – 14h30

MDM and smart grid Integration
John Chowdhury, Market Issue Principal, Smart Grid Integration Advisory Services, KEMA, TX

14h30 – 15h00

Keys to unlocking the grid lock on the Smart Grid
Ken Van Meter, Principal, Energy Solutions, Lockheed Martin, PA

15h30 – 16h30

Closing panel discussion: MDM and enterprise integration: profiting from the data
Moderator: Philip Bane, Managing Editor, Smart Grid News, WA

Panellists:

  • Greg Hinchman, Chief Technologist, Lockheed Martin, CO
  • Michael Godorov, Manager, AMI Operations, PPL Electric Utilities, PA
  • Stephen Nees, Technology Development Manager, Anaheim Public Utilities, CA
  • Wayne Young, Director for Meter Reading, Billing and Collection, JEA, FL