Electrification 2022, Just Ten Weeks to Go

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EPRI

Fortnightly Magazine - January 2022
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Excitement is building for Electrification 2022, the colossal event to be held by the Electric Power Research Institute in March. Everyone who gathers in Charlotte for the theme of, Building a Net-Zero Future for All, will be electrified by the groundbreaking information found there that EPRI is known for. 

The enormity of Electrification 2022, this not-to-be-missed event, almost defies the printed page. Once experienced, you never will miss another. That is why PUF turned to an expert in all things EPRI, to explain why you must attend.

Here PUF talks with EPRI's Rob Chapman, a leader who understands the importance of this educational experience, as well as how much is gained by in-person interaction at the many offerings to be found in Charlotte. Listen in on this conversation, after which, PUF will see you at Electrification 2022.
 

PUF's Steve Mitnick: What excites you about Electrification 2022?

Rob Chapman: Number one is we're back in person. We are all looking forward to the opportunity to network with peers and to engage face-to-face. Last year, we were able to connect virtually and those were great conversations, but we know it will be a more dynamic meeting event because of that in-person interaction.

Beyond that, I'm excited about the people who are attending. We have a diverse group of business, policy, and government leaders, as well as academic stakeholders who will be in attendance.

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