Introducing "Smart Wires and Pipes" at MEA's Fall Business Roundtable

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"Smart Wires and Pipes" is the topic at Midwest ENERGY Association's Fall Business Roundtable on September 24 in Kansas City, MO. MEA Business Roundtables provide utility operating executives and related companies with a forum for discussing current issues facing the utility distribution industry. "What I learn by attending the MEA Business Roundtables improves my business practice. There are so many new things happening out there," says Anthony McCain, vice president of field operations for Nicor Gas.

"Smart Wires and Pipes" is the topic at Midwest ENERGY Association's Fall Business Roundtable on September 24 in Kansas City, MO. MEA Business Roundtables provide utility operating executives and related companies with a forum for discussing current issues facing the utility distribution industry. "What I learn by attending the MEA Business Roundtables improves my business practice. There are so many new things happening out there," says Anthony McCain, vice president of field operations for Nicor Gas. "A person can learn an incredible amount by connecting with the other leaders in our field at these events. I find them invaluable, in terms of personal connections. I can go back to Nicor with fresh ideas and try to get some part of the organization to operate more effectively."

Presentation topics include:

How the ARRA Act of 2009 impacts energy infrastructure
The benefits of smart meter technology
The workforce and cost implications for transition to a Smart Energy Grid
How$mart - energy efficiency measures
Cyber and system security
Web 3.0 and how it can assist the Smart Energy Grid

For more information and to register visit http://www.midwestenergy.org. Questions? Contact Kara Malmgren at (651) 289-9600 x111.

About Midwest ENERGY Association:
Midwest ENERGY Association (MEA) serves the people that bring electricity and natural gas to American homes and businesses. MEA was founded as a trade association over 100 years ago by visionary distribution utilities in the Midwest to improve safety and efficiency. Utility companies nationwide now benefit from MEA's industry roundtables, operations conferences, and other events. Members collaborated to develop EnergyU, the world's premier online training and testing system for the gas and electric utility distribution industry.

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