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TRIO Roundtable


8:30 a.m. check-in. Continental breakfast and lunch provided 

Technology Resource Incubator Outreach (TRIO) Roundtable: Energy Management in Demand Side Programs at the California Utilities

Event Overview: TRIO is a statewide initiative by the members of the Emerging Technology Coordinating Council (ETCC) designed to accelerate market introduction of energy efficient products and services by providing information, training, and access to energy utility resources. TRIO’s goal is to promote early stage innovations that will contribute to California’s energy savings targets for the future, as well as meeting national goals for energy efficiency. 

Learn about the Utilities’ Emerging Technology Program and how it can benefit the commercialization of your energy efficiency or demand response technology. This event will focus specifically on energy management (EM) and information technology (IT) related end-use California utility programs. Presenters will identify key utility gaps, needs, opportunities, and priorities within the EM and IT arenas.

Who should attend: Entrepreneurs, technology companies, researchers and investors

All attendees will have the opportunity to network with PG&E, SoCalGas, SCE, SDG&E, and SMUD staff managing technology adoption, evaluation and implementation.

The Program ("PGE TRIO Roundtable Program 08.19.2013.PDF", 723 KB) and Slides ("PGE TRIO Roundtable Slides 08.19.2013.PDF", 7.8 MB) are available for download at the links below.

PG&E Pacific Energy Center, 851 Howard Street, San Francisco
Event Type
Non-ETCC Events
Event Host
  • Pacific Gas & Electric Company logo
  • Southern California Edison Company logo
  • Southern California Gas Company logo
  • San Diego Gas & Electric Company logo
  • Sacramento Municipal Utility District logo
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power logo
  • CEC logo

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The ETCC is funded in part by ratepayer dollars and the California IOU Emerging Technologies Program, the IOU Codes & Standards Planning & Coordination Subprograms, and the Demand Response Emerging Technologies (DRET) Collaborative programs under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. The municipal portion of this program is funded and administered by Sacramento Municipal Utility District and Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.