Federal Utility Partnership Working Group (FUPWG) Spring Seminar Webinar
This year’s Spring Federal Utility Partnership Working Group (FUPWG) Seminar will be offered for the first time as a webinar. Agency travel restrictions have made it difficult for some Federal employees to attend this seminar in person so we are bringing it to you! Participants will be able to view the presentations online while listening to the speakers live via conference call. This is a great opportunity to learn more about FUPWG and FEMP’s Utility Program. We also invite utility contacts to participate and gain a better understanding of the benefits of becoming involved in FUPWG. The entire first morning of the FUPWG Seminar will be presented.
- Welcome – Steve Malnight, Vice President of Customer Energy Solutions, PG&E
- Chairman’s Corner – David McAndrew, DOE FEMP
- Washington Update – Tim Unruh, DOE FEMP Program Manager
- Energy Market Outlook – Aaron Johnson, PG&E
- Sustainability in GSA Buildings – Ruth Cox, GSA
- EEI Update – Steve Kiesner, Edison Electric Institute
Attendance limited to Federal and Utility contacts.
All confirmed registrants will receive an email with detailed instructions. Please visit the FUPWG website for additional information and to access the sign-in site if you are able to join us in person at the meeting.
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For more information, contact Evan Fuka at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 406-4107.
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