All the Ways to Link with PLMA members
Here are several ways the you may stay up-to-date with PLMA activities
PLMAlink. PLMAlink is an online community similar to Linkedin which allows PLMA members to more discretely connect with other like-minded members and share relevant information. Access is free with a PLMA member profile username and password which may be connected with the member’s Linkedin or Facebook profile for ease of access. If you don’t already have a PLMA profile profile, learn more in our FAQs at www.peakload.org/page/FAQ .
Join our Email List. Anyone may sign up to receive email notices about PLMA activities. Just register at www.peakload.org/login.aspx and choose the "1. Free Attendee" option to create a profile username and password and you will be opted-in to our email distribution list. Learn more in our FAQs at www.peakload.org/page/FAQ .
Utility Dive: Demand Response weekly enewsletter. Every Wednesday, UtilityDive publishes a special edition focused on Demand Response issues. Join our email distribution list as a "1.Free Attendee" and you should receive a subscription invitation…. or see a sample issue and subscribe directly at www.utilitydive.com/signup/DRNewsletter/ .
Linkedin Group Discussion. Almost anyone will be may accepted to join the group to view and comment on postings, but only representatives from PLMA member organizations may post content. See the discussion and join the group at www.linkedin.com/groups/1901142 .
Twitter. If you tweet, our handle is #PLMADR.
Facebook page. PLMA staff posts here only occasionally, but it’s a less professional way to get to know other members. See and friend us at www.facebook.com/peakload/.
Do you know of another way for PLMA members to connect? Pass along your suggestions to Ed Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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