UAI, the only organization dedicated to enabling utility transformation through analytics, today announced the winners of the annual UAI Excellence Awards of 2023 during UA Week in Orlando. UAI honors the best in the utility analytics profession, recognizing the individuals, teams, and organizations that have achieved and maintained excellence through innovation. To learn more about UAI’s awards program, visit https://utilityanalytics.com/awards/.
The 2023 UAI Excellence Awards Winners include:
Analytics Ambassador Award
Josh Power, Capability Lead, Advanced Analytics at Oncor Electric Delivery
Best Innovative Utility Analytics Team
Consumers Energy – Operations Performance, Analytics and Process
Best Utility Analytics Leader
Chris Britsch, Senior Manager, Data & Analytics – Snohomish County PUD
Best Utility Analytics Professional
Michael McManus, Senior Data Scientist – Consumers Energy
Community Engagement Awards
- Most Engaged Individual Member: Michael Fourman, Director, Engineering Services at Georgia Transmission Corporation
- Most Engaged Utility Member: Exelon
- Most Engaged Solution Provider Members: SAS
UAI also unveils its "Top 25 Thought Leaders in Utility Analytics" during UA Week. This program celebrates utility analytics champions, those individuals who are the most active in the industry and share their insights for the benefit of all. To see the full list of the UAI Top 25 Thought Leaders in Utility Analytics, please visit: https://utilityanalytics.com/2023-award-winners.
“We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the esteemed recipients of the 2023 UAI Excellence Awards, each of whom has made remarkable and substantial contributions to the UAI Community and the utility analytics industry," stated Leslie Cook, UAI's Membership, Engagement, and Training Manager. "Every honoree was carefully chosen from an exceptional array of individuals, teams, and organizations, and their well-earned recognition stands as a testament to their outstanding achievements.”
"This year's distinguished UAI award recipients are outstanding leaders in utility transformation. They've not only recognized the significant value of utility data and analytics but have also demonstrated their skill in using it to make informed decisions," said Gina Weber, UAI's Managing Director."