The American Public Power Association’s Energy Innovator Award recognizes winning ideas from its DEED R&D program. Three recent winners explain how they solved problems and addressed needs in their communities with new technologies, initiatives, and services. Fayetteville Public Works Commission will review an innovative new method to locate faults in the electricity distribution system to limit outage durations and reduce callouts. Nebraska Public Power District will describe their “Pathways to a Technical Future” program to embed skills for energy careers in the STEM curriculum for students in kindergarten through college. The City of Palo Alto Utilities will discuss their Home Efficiency Genie program that offers free energy efficiency advice by phone and a subsidized in-home assessment for energy and water efficiency to community residents.
Who Should Attend?
The webinar will be valuable to anyone in the energy sector, especially business and operations staff interested in new program ideas.
- Rick Anderson, Electrical Engineering Manager, Fayetteville Public Works Commission
- Chad Johnson, Senior Education Specialist, Nebraska Public Power District
- Scott Mellberg, Utility Program Manager, City of Palo Alto Utilities
- Lisa Benatar, Utility Program Manager, City of Palo Alto Utilities
This webinar will be offered at no charge to DEED members, APPA members, or non-APPA members. To find out if you are a DEED member, click here.
This webinar is worth 1.2 CPE/.1 CEU/1.0 PDH credits