SGIP has announced that Anne Pramaggiore, president and CEO of ComEd, will deliver an executive address at the 2016 Grid Modernization Summit to be held Nov. 7-10, 2016 in Washington, D.C.
Pramaggiore became the first female president and CEO of ComEd in 2012. As the leader of one of the largest utility systems in the United States, delivering electricity to 3.8 million customers in Chicago and Northern Illinois, she has become a reputable thought leader on several topics, including Distributed Energy Resources (DER), Energy IoT, regulatory policy and more.
Pramaggiore’s many accomplishments since joining ComEd in 1998 include spearheading the company’s effort to set the legislative framework for ComEd’s smart grid build-out, which became a leading model nationally. She also led major policy work for restructuring the electric industry in Illinois.
“Anne Pramaggiore is a well-known voice in electrical grid innovation,” said Sharon Allan, CEO of SGIP. “Her experience, achievements and vision give her rare insight into some of the most exciting developments happening in the energy industry today. To any industry leader wanting to learn more about what’s next in grid modernization, don’t miss Pramaggiore’s address at this year’s summit.”
About SGIP 2016 Grid Modernization Summit
Hosted by the SGIP consortium, the 2016 Grid Modernization Summit features an executive speaker program composed of utility, vendor, and industry energy thought leaders discussing the latest in accelerating grid transformation. With over 300 expected attendees, the summit promises to be filled with networking opportunities for non-members, members and guests to connect, collaborate and share solutions.
Registration is open for this year’s event, which will be in the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. November 7-10, 2016. Best time for Summit registration is now, as registration fees increase after September 15, 2016.
Pramaggiore’s address is part of the executive forum, featuring many of the industry’s foremost thought leaders. The Summit will also include Technical Working Group and Committee meetings where members and non-members alike can roll up their sleeves to collaborate on project-based work including: cybersecurity, EnergyIoT, utility-focused Grid Management, distributed energy resources, and OpenFMB. Throughout the Summit, vendor, utility and technology partners will demonstrate the interoperability of grid devices and their progress on collaborative microgrid projects at the Vendor Expo.