GE’s Smart Grid Executive Summit will explore the challenges and opportunities of smart grid deployments, as well as the necessary policy and regulatory measures needed to deliver on the promises of a more intelligent electrical network. The event will include the participation of executives from American Electric Power, Ameren, Austin Energy, CNT-Energy, Dominion, Duke Energy, EPRI, FERC, FPL, GE, Galvin Electricity Initiative, Georgia Power, Google, Harvard University, IBM, McKinsey & Company, PG&E, Salt River Project, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern Company, Xcel Energy, and World Resource Institute.
In addition to the Smart Grid Executive Summit, GE will host its first Smart Grid Advisory Board, to which Andres Carvallo has been named.
Andres will attend the Smart Grid Advisory Board meeting and speak at the first annual GE Smart Grid Executive Summit.
GE’s Smart Grid Advisory Board is comprised of executive representatives from five US utilities. The advice and perspectives shared by these board members will help guide GE’s technology development efforts, and these individuals will play a key role in defining the overall GE Smart Grid strategy.