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SkippingStone Hosts Workshop - From India to Atlanta: Smart City Solutions

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Skipping Stone and the Atlanta law firm of Thompson Hine along with Co-Sponsors, Georgia Indo American Chamber of Commerce (GIACC) and Technology Association (TAG), produced a workshop and networking reception entitled, “From India to Atlanta: Smart City Solutions.” Over the last year Skipping Stone and Thompson Hine have produced a series of networking events on technical innovation, entrepreneurship and international business. This initial Smart Cities event spotlighted the explosive growth of Smart Cities and on the business opportunities for technology and service companies. India, selected as the focus of the event, will be experiencing enormous market growth as planned by their government over the next several decades, is the largest democracy in the world, and is one of the US’ best international trade partners.

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Paul Tyno Named Program Director of Incubator

Paul Tyno

Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BNMC) announced a partnership with Launch NY on a new Emerging Cleantech Opportunity (ECO) Incubator. Paul Tyno, BNMC’s strategic advisor for Energy Initiatives and former Chairman of PLMA, has been named Program Director for the incubator

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Consumers Energy Seeks Demand Response Program Manager

Join a diverse and dynamic team that makes and delivers the most valuable services in the world: electricity and natural gas.  At Consumers Energy, our customers are at the heart of everything we do.  Our employees work around the clock to provide service to our customers in honor of our history and to fulfill our promise to Michigan - Count on Us!  Consumers Energy, the principal subsidiary of CMS Energy and headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, provides natural gas and electricity to nearly 6.8 million of the Michigan's 10 million residents in all 68 Lower Peninsula counties.

Program Managers are responsible for the oversight of customer programs to meet energy and demand savings goals within budget while delivering an excellent customer experience.  Expected to consistently balance the needs of the customer with the needs and goals of the Company.  Reviews all major deliverables to ensure quality standards and expectations are met.  Ensures that customer issues are dealt with in an efficient manner, informing management of any problems that may arise. Works closely with the project team in order to maintain a continuous knowledge of project status in order to identify potential issues and/or opportunities within or related to the project. Ensures that all processes and procedures are completed, quality standards are met. Aware and in pursuit of opportunities for program growth and expansion.Read more about this informative workshop.

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Apogee Shares Xcel Energy's Video Messaging Success

Paul Tyno

Apogee Interactive’s CEO & Co-Founder, Susan Gilbert and co-presenter Suzanne McCloskey, Research Technology and Strategy Analyst, Consumers Energy, conducted a Video Messaging Master Class today at the Association of Energy Service Professionals (AESP) 2018 Spring Conference. Susan highlighted recent pilots including one for Xcel Energy (XEL). Apogee analyzed 500,000 XCEL customer billing histories to find the best candidates for various programs. Treatment and control groups were established to measure how customers valued the messaging, and how the messaging affected customers’ perception of the utility. Results showed reduced calls to the call center and that 58% reported improved perception of their utility.

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PLMA Seeks Partners for Training Series

  

PLMA is seeking interest from member organizations and other industry allies in providing the organization with training services to support the enhancement and delivery of its Demand Response Training Series.  A copy of the Request for Interest with model contract and June 8 response deadline is at www.peakload.org/RFITraining.

The Demand Response Training Series has been designed to be responsive to the training priorities identified by the membership and currently consists of two in-person, two-day training courses, generally held back-to-back at member host locations that are presently conducted as follows:

  • Demand Response Program Design and Implementation 
  • Demand Response Markets  

The PLMA Education Planning Group is responsible for setting strategic direction for PLMA’s education and training initiatives.  The Group will assist PLMA Leadership and staff to select, coordinate, and evaluate education initiative resources and content.  Training Partners will be selected to enhance existing course content, to include an instructor and mentor guide as well as student handouts, tests, and exercises. The Partners will also deliver the training, subject to their schedule availability.  Interested organizations should briefly respond with the requested information by Friday, June 8, 2018.  The PLMA Education Planning Group will review and consider the responses.  The courses are next scheduled to be presented the week of October 8 at Arizona Public Services offices co-hosted by Salt River Project.  

PLMA Training Series Background at CLICK HERE
 
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