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Join TROVE for electric-utilities peer discussion at DistribuTECH 2019

TROVE Predictive Data Science hosts moderated Peer Discussion on Data-Driven Opportunities within Electric Operations

For those of you attending DistribuTECH, February 4-6 in New Orleans, or for those of you who know someone who is, TROVE Predictive Data Science has something good cooking to accompany your gumbo – especially if investigating emerging technologies and data-driven opportunities in Electric Operations is why you are heading there in the first place.

TROVE will be hosting an electric-industry peer discussion moderated by Jim Meadows, a highly respected consultant who has spent a career leading a variety of smart meter and grid modernization teams at several utilities. Jim will tee up challenging and thought-provoking questions for you and your peer utilities designed to create unique dialogue and knowledge sharing. Topics on the menu include:

  • How are utilities using data to immediately improve today's operations – when you need quick cost savings without major change management?
  • How are utilities using analytics to embrace DERs, not just be "OK" with them?
  • How are utilities getting better at vegetation management when it is usually prescriptive/compliance based and executed by third party vendors?

TROVE will provide heavy apps and beverages, but this won’t be your typical DTECH happy hour – there’s work to be done, knowledge to share, and a lot to discuss.

Interested? Contact Tom Martin at, and he’ll put you on the list.

See you in New Orleans.


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