“Listening to Our Largest Energy Customers: Big C&I Users Speak Out”
Sponsored by Capco
The panel aims to provide a platform for large commercial and industrial (C&I) energy consumers to share their unique experiences, perspectives and insights about the energy procurement process in restructured states such as New York. Representatives from large commercial companies will join energy suppliers and industry experts and discuss the priorities, needs and expectations of these influential energy consumers. The panel aims to foster a deeper understanding of the customers’ perspectives and requirements. By listening to the customers’ voices and addressing their concerns, the panel envisions a more customer-centric energy sector that embraces innovation, sustainability, and collaboration. The insights and discussions from this panel will inform and inspire the development of strategies and policies that meet the unique needs of big C&I users, while also driving progress towards a cleaner, more efficient, and sustainable energy future.
“FASTBALL! – Vote for your favorite of our 10 Fastball Pitchers presenting for exactly four minutes each!”
Fastball offers a unique opportunity for vendors to pitch their new products or services to a highly targeted audience of industry experts, decision-makers, and potential customers who may be actively seeking new products and services. With just a 4-minute pitch, they can make a lasting impression and generate valuable leads for their business. Don’t miss this fast and fun round.
“David and Goliath: How can the Small-Midsize Retailers Compete with the Behemoths?”
Sponsored by VertexOne
Small to midsize energy retailers often feel they cannot compete with the top ten vertically-integrated suppliers. The “Behemoths” own their load generation, have their own wholesale trading desks, and are now capturing huge market share. What is a startup or a privately-owned energy supplier to do to survive? The panel will bring together experts, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders to discuss strategies, opportunities, and innovative approaches enabling small and midsize suppliers to compete effectively against larger incumbents. The panel aims to provide the small guys valuable insights, differentiation strategies, and inspiration! David used the most advanced state-of-the-art technology at the time to defeat Goliath. Smaller retailers can also embrace technology and use their size as an advantage!
“The Energy Transition: Community Solar, EVs, BMS, Carbon Offsets, and More!”
Sponsored by TBD
The panel will delve into the various aspects of the ongoing energy transition and explore the diverse technologies and strategies shaping the energy sector’s future. This panel will bring together industry experts, policymakers, technology innovators, and environmental advocates to discuss and share insights on community solar, electric vehicles, building management systems, carbon offsets, and other key elements of the energy transition. Energy suppliers who are embracing the energy transition are immensely benefiting as they continue to find ways to differentiate their businesses and become the “go to” companies for customers who need to “greenify” their lives. The discussion is a must-attend for every energy supplier who wants to participate in this sea change and simultaneously increase their bottom lines. The discussions and insights shared will inspire stakeholders to take decisive action towards a cleaner, more customer-focused and more profitable energy future.
CEO Round Table: “Understanding the New Energy Customer of Tomorrow”
Sponsored by TBD
The CEO Round Table: “Understanding the New Energy Customer of Tomorrow” brings together visionary CEOs and industry leaders to discuss the evolving needs, preferences, and expectations of energy customers in the future. This dynamic round table will delve into the changing landscape of the energy industry, emerging trends, and disruptive technologies, shedding light on strategies to meet the demands of the new energy customer. The CEO Round Table aims to provide valuable insights, exchange of ideas, and strategic perspectives on understanding and serving the new energy customer. By exploring emerging trends, disruptive technologies, and customer-centric strategies, the panel envisions an energy industry that is responsive, sustainable, and customer-driven. The discussions will inspire CEOs and industry leaders to develop forward-thinking strategies that meet the evolving needs of energy customers in the future.
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