miércoles, julio 25, 2007

Ongoing Generative Dialogue

1. The Rules Have Changed and the Stakes Are High
7.24.07 Tamar June, Vice President, Strategic Marketing, AssurX, Inc.

2. The Next Innovation in Energy Efficiency - Extending Advanced Metering into the Home
7.16.07 Jeff Lund, Vice President, Business Development, Echelon Corporation

3. All Monopoly Markets created by Regulation Are a Risk
7.2.07 Thomas Lord, President, Volatility Managers, LLC

4. The Dawn of Electricity Competition: Efficient Prices and Efficient Choices
6.6.07 Nat Treadway, Managing Partner, Distributed Energy Financial Group, LLC

5. Utility Deregulation Revisited... Still a Bad Idea
3.14.07 Paul Weinberger, Partner, Technology Management

6. Playing with Fire - Part II
1.2.07 Andrew Weissman, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, EnergyBusinessWatch.com

7. The Potential for Residential Demand Response on Transmission and Distribution Assets
12.29.06 Rick Boland, CEO and President, e-Radio USA, Inc.

8. Playing with Fire - The 10 Tcf/year Supply Gap -- Part I
12.15.06 Andrew Weissman, Editor-in-Chief & Publisher, EnergyBusinessWatch.com

9. The Future Utility Customer Service Model
12.11.06 Jamie Wimberly, CEO, Distributed Energy Financial Group and Peter Shaw, Director of Customer Strategy, Navigant Consulting

10. Technology Transforming Distribution
12.1.06 Charles Newton, President, Newton-Evans Research Company, Inc.

11. Demand Side Management & Time of Use Billing in Indian Utilities
11.30.06 Ashish Sethia, Consultant

12. The Power Will Be There But Will It Get to Market?
11.28.06 Michael Morrison, National Energy and Infrastructure Industry Group Manager, Gowlings Lafleur Henderson LLP and David McFadden, Chair, National Energy and Infrastructure Industry Group, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

13. TXU Displacing Older Generation With Advanced Technologies
11.27.06 Bill Opalka, Editor-in-Chief, Topic Centers, Energy Central

14. AMI Services Solutions for Alberta's Deregulated Market
11.21.06 Nick Clark, Managing Partner, UTILITYnet

15. Condemned to the Fourth Quartile?
11.20.06 Matt Chwalowski, Principal Consultant, PA Consulting

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