Cristin Lyons (http://www.scottmadden.com/
“ScottMadden is deeply committed to the energy industry, and we feel there is no better opportunity than TransForum EAST to discuss, debate, and analyze the most important issues facing the eastern transmission grid,” says Ms. Lyons. “We are thrilled to partner with TransmissionHub, so industry leaders can share their insights and plans.”
“ScottMadden is a prime example of the type of company we look for to sponsor and support TransForum EAST, and we are thrilled to have them on board,” said Randy Rischard, Vice President, Data and Analysis, Energy Central. “Their combined expertise in the energy industry and management consulting will help drive the focused and strategic discussions that will make TransForum EAST the most important eastern transmission conference in 2012.”
As part of a two-day forum, panelists will also collaborate on critical regional topics: “Implications of the 2012 Presidential Election on Transmission Policy,” “Keeping the Eastern Grid Smart and Secure,” “Wind by Wire: The Challenges of and Solutions for Integrating New Renewable Resources in the East,” and more. The full agenda is available here (http://transmissionhub.com/
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Energy Central’s TransmissionHub (http://www.transmissionhub.com/)