Workshops * Conference * Site visit

Smart Energy International is hosting the Smart Metering East Coast conference in Washington DC from November 7-9, 2007 and will highlight the latest technologies currently being implemented in the rollout of smart metering in the U.S.

Our provisional program is available to view on Register online now and don’t miss out on being part of the East Coast utilities smart metering landscape!

  • The two-day conference includes speakers who are experts in their respective fields. We are pleased to welcome:
    • Rick Morgan, Commissioner, DC Public Service Commission, Washington DC
    • Eric Ackerman, Senior Manager, Regulatory Policy, Edison Electric Institute, Washington DC
    • Dan Delurey, Executive Director, Demand Response & Advanced Metering Coalition, Washington DC
    • Joy Zimberlin, Regulatory Specialist, New York Independent System Operator, NY
    • Michael Angemeer, President and Chief Executive Officer, Veridian Corporation, ON, Canada
    • Howard Porter, Director, BEAMA, London, UK

… and many more experts.

  • Technology drivers for the smart utility. Experience first hand a technology update from some of the leaders in the field:
    • Echelon
    • Elster
    • Itron
    • Oracle Utilities
    • SilverSpring Networks
    • Trilliant Networks
    • TWACS by DCSI

We are pleased to have Erich Gunther, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, EnerNex Corporation coordinating the Home Area Networks pre-conference workshop on Thursday, November 8, 2007. He will examine the critical role AMI will play in this rapidly developing technology.

Areas that will be covered include:

  • The standards and practices necessary to enable information exchange;
  • Identifying the information to be exchanged;
  • The types of devices that can utilize and act on the information;
  • Best practices necessary to ensure interoperability;
  • Policies and architecture for security and privacy;

… and much more.

For more information, contact Teresa Botha – email or phone: 888 559 8017 (US) or +27 21 700 3500 (international).