17th Annual Electro-Technology Expo
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Looking for a way to stay plugged in with the changing energy landscape? Then come to the 17th annual Electro-Technology Expo. The 2017 Expo will have exhibits featuring cutting edge energy efficiency technology and workshops given by leading industry and technology experts covering a variety of topics.
|LED Street & Area Lighting Case Studies||Demand Management Systems|
|Geothermal Systems||Energy-Efficient Lighting Technology|
|Home Weatherization||Sustainability Incentives|
|Electrical Code Classes – Three sessions||Motors & Drives|
|Heat Pump System Troubleshooting||Hydronic In-Floor Heating Systems|
|Changes in Water Heater Regulations||Utility Energy Efficiency Program Overview|
Download the full Electro-Techonology schedule.
Steve Kiesner, senior director of national customer markets, Edison Electric Institute (EEI).
Vendor exhibits feature cutting edge energy efficiency technology and building practices. Contact Jamie Hill at 605-721-2276 for more information.
Who should attend?
Building contractors, home builders and remodelers, electrical contractors, facility energy managers, electricians, HVAC specialists, insulation specialists, architects, engineers, real estate professionals, home appraisers and home inspectors. Code hours and CEU credits are available for electricians, HVAC specialists, engineers and realtors.
For more information about the Electro-Technology Expo or to register, contact Jamie Hill at email@example.com or 605-721-2276.
About the Presenters
Steve KiesnerSenior Director of National Customer Markets
Steve Kiesner is senior director of National Customer Markets for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI). EEI is Washington, D.C. based and is the association that represents all U.S. investor-owned electric companies, including Black Hills Energy. EEI’s members provide electricity for 220 million Americans, operate in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and directly employ more than 500,000 workers. EEI has 70 international electric companies as International Members, and 270 industry suppliers and related organizations as Associate Members.
Steve is responsible for EEI’s outreach and policy initiatives with large multi-site commercial, industrial, and governmental customer (CI&G) markets. Steve runs EEI’s longstanding National Key Accounts Program, which provides a critical platform for EEI members to: engage their large CI&G customers on relevant public policy matters; develop mutually beneficial partnerships; and improve of the overall business environment between them. As mission assurance concerns increasingly grow within the Department of Defense, Steve leads the industry’s efforts to address and develop solutions to energy resiliency issues. Under his leadership, EEI has also developed many products and services specifically for its members and the large customer energy marketplace.
Steve is a member of the board for the Rural Electricity Resource Council, leads EEI’s collaboration with the Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers group, and serves as the industry lead for the Federal Utility Partnership Working Group.
Steve has been with EEI since August 1996. Before EEI, he was with the Potomac Electric Power Company (Pepco) where he served in various management capacities including serving as Pepco’s lead rep to the federal government and managing the customer outreach and implementation component of Pepco’s demand response program for large customers.