ScottMadden, a leading North American energy consulting firm, is pleased to sponsor Edison Electric Instituteâ€™s (EEI) Strategic Issues Roundtable.
Online PR News – 04-March-2012 – – ScottMadden, a leading North American energy consulting firm, is pleased to sponsor Edison Electric Instituteâ€™s (EEI) Strategic Issues Roundtable, to be held February 29â€“March 2 in Phoenix. This meeting is designed to encourage discussion and interaction on the key issues facing the electric power industry.
Ed Baker, a partner at ScottMadden, and Jeff Yuknis, director of transmission development at Exelon Transmission Company, will facilitate a session at the conference on the evolution of Exelonâ€™s transmission development strategy, along with a business planning process to execute against that strategy.
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About Exelon Transmission Company
Exelon Transmission Company is a national venture seeking to capitalize on the growing market for new transmission lines. ETC is partnering with utilities, transmission developers, renewable developers, regulators and others who share its goal of building the next generation of reliable electric transmission in the United States. ETC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, one of the nationâ€™s largest electric utilities with approximately $19 billion in annual revenues. For more information, visit www.exelontransmission.com.
EEI is the association of U.S. Shareholder-Owned Electric Companies. Their members serve 95%of the ultimate customers in the shareholder-owned segment of the industry, and represent approximately 70% of the U.S. electric power industry. For information about EEI, visit www.eei.org, for information about the Strategic Issues Roundtable (open to EEI members only), visit http://www.eei.org/meetings/Pages/2012-02-29-StrategicIssuesRoundtable.aspx