You have been
to visit North
America's largest smart metering and grid utility exhibition.
April 19 & 20, 2011
your free pass
quote exhibitor code MI201*
Billing/MDM America is the largest gathering of metering and
grid professionals in North America, the 12th annual event
takes place at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel from April 19 – 20
and you are invited to participate in the visitor program
which will give you access to over 800 professionals from
electricity, water and gas utilities across the US and the
globe and over 40 vendors and solution providers.
exhibition pass gives you free access to:
See the latest technologies on the
exhibition floor: Meet with over 50 vendors on the
floor. This is your chance to speak to them about challenges
you may be experiencing and understand how new technologies
make your job easier.
technical workshops: Gain knowledge for FREE!
Workshop themes include:
the Business Case for Smart Grid Investments. Presented
Jerry Jackson, Ph.D., Leader, Smart Grid Research
2-3pm: Demand Response 2.0
Presented by:Elliot Boardman, Executive Director, Peak Load
Management Alliance and Ross Malme, Director and Past
Chairman, Peak Load Management Alliance
Metering – Past, Present and Future Training Needs
Mike Cleveland, Southwest Electrical
Metering Association and Kyle Tunnel, Southwest Electrical
April 20, 2011
HAN presented by USNAP Alliance Presented by:Barry
Haaser, President, USNAP Alliance
Evaluating the Operational, Financial, and Environmental
Impact of Smart Metering Presented by:David Shpigler,
President, The Shpigler Group
Tour, the exhibition floor features the latest
technology and product demonstrations. Join our world-class
industry expert, Howard Scott of Cognyst
Advisors, as he takes attendees on a focused, topic specific
journey around the exhibition floor.
session featuring Barry Smitherman, Chairman, Public
Utility Commission of Texas, Brenda Jackson, Chief Customer
Officer, Oncor and Jim Greer, Senior Vice President, Asset
Management and Engineering, Oncor.
lounge – network with the industries most
influential decision makers, including high level utility
representatives, municipalities, regulators, consultants,
vendors and service providers.
MUCH more! A full visitors program will be available
on March 18, 2011.
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