“The invitations to participate in these important events in Europe are results of the outstanding work being done in the USA by the Peak Load Management Alliance,” said Elliot Boardman, executive director of PLMA
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 24, 2010
The Peak Load Management Alliance (PLMA) has been invited to participate in a prominent way in several Demand Response Events in Europe. As the premier trade association addressing the full range of participants in demand response, PLMA, through its members, is providing information and experience to a European audience.
Paul Tyno, executive vice president of Energy Curtailment Specialists and chairman of the Peak Load Management Alliance is speaking at the Smart Metering Scandanavia conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, March 10-11, 2010. See http://copenhagen2010.smartmetering.eu/ for details.
Mr. Tyno and several other representatives of PLMA member companies will be speaking at the International Workshop on Demand Response: "Potential and Programmes to Foster Demand Response in Europe", Hotel Europa, 3-4 March 2010, Ispra (Italy), sponsored by the European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Energy. For additional information about this event, see http://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/energyefficiency/.
Other speakers from PLMA member companies are:
- Scott McGaraghan, EnerNOC
- Ross Malme, Scneider Electric
- Mike Gordon, CPower, Inc.
- Dan Harris, The Brattle Group
“The invitations to participate in these important events in Europe are results of the outstanding work being done in the USA by the Peak Load Management Alliance,” said Elliot Boardman, executive director of PLMA. “We work closely with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Department of Energy, state regulatory bodies, utilities, energy retailers, curtailment service providers, technology companies, research organizations and more to develop the best practices in demand response. Our outreach activities through conferences, webinars and publications have contributed to the effective demand response activities being incorporated into the planning for the nations Smart Grid:”
About the Peak Load Management Alliance
PLMA is a diverse organization representing numerous demand response entities including utility companies, energy retailers, curtailment service providers, technology developers, equipment manufacturers, research groups and energy consultants.
For further information, contact Elliot Boardman at +1-936-271-5020 or visit http://www.peaklma.com.