On January 19, you’ll want to catch the United States Energy Association’s eighteenth annual “State of the Energy Industry” forum. Such as when the top leader of EPRI chimes in for twenty minutes starting at 9:05 a.m. ET, the top leader of the Nuclear Energy Institute at 9:25 a.m., the top leader of EEI at 10:05 a.m., and the top leader of AGA at 10:25 a.m. Registration, which is free, can be had at usea.org.
And then the next day, this Friday, you’ll want to catch the Energy Council of Canada’s first annual “Canada Energy Update.”
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It’s crazy. There’s literally nothing like this. Anywhere.
Three industry leaders per hour. Each speaking their mind for twenty minutes. One after another.
In the first hour, there’s the CEOs of the Electric Power Research Institute, Nuclear Energy Institute, and American Petroleum Institute.
Next hour, without a break, there’s the CEOs of the Edison Electric Institute, American Gas Association, and National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
I’ve got your travel schedule figured out for the first quarter of the new year. Rather than take in these mega industry events via Zoom why don’t you zoom to the events, literally, and network to your heart’s content? Your recommended itinerary: