The EEI conference in Washington, D.C. provided the perfect setting for the latest National Key Accounts Workshop (NKAW), where commercial energy consumers and industry thought leaders gathered for another incredible energy and utility conference. Packed with information and educational workshops explicitly developed for energy professionals from all industry types, EEI continues to draw delegates from some of the top energy-consuming companies in America.
The many EEI conference streams provided much food for thought on procurement best practice, distributed generation, and case studies on several energy program successes. EEI events are packed with information and hands-on workshops to support virtually every discipline facing today’s energy professionals. Still, it is the networking opportunities in a spirit of collaboration that make the difference.
EEI conference organizers go to incredible lengths to create an environment for networking and the sharing of best practice, ensuring there is plenty of time on the schedule to meet your peers in social gatherings that foster thought-provoking dialogue. This year’s main social event sponsored by AEP opened the doors to Mount Vernon and George Washington’s home on the banks of the Potomac River.
Vervantis were delighted to attend and exhibit from their booth in the Energy Market Place, bringing expertise from utility price risk management, energy procurement, and contract management as well as representatives from our government relations team.
If you want to speak to us to understand how we can streamline your energy and sustainability programs, you can contact us here. If you have yet to attend and missed this year’s event, take a look at some of the highlights of the EEI Conference and NKAW on our short video