ScottMadden, a leading North American energy consulting firm, is pleased to present at Edison Electric Instituteâ€™s (EEI) Annual Finance Meeting.
Online PR News – 21-May-2012 – Atlanta, GA – ScottMadden, a leading North American energy consulting firm, is pleased to present at Edison Electric Instituteâ€™s (EEI) Annual Finance Meeting taking place on May 23, 2012 at The Waldorf-Astoria in New York.
Brad Kitchens, president and CEO of ScottMadden, will serve as the conference keynote speaker and present â€śThe Big Picture.â€ť This discussion will highlight major energy trends, challenges, and opportunities in the United States and throughout the world. â€śThe energy industry is undergoing tremendous change â€“ challenges abound. This conference is a gathering of the industryâ€™s financial leaders, and they will be focusing on the colliding issues of energy and the economy, both domestically and globally.â€ť said Mr. Kitchens.
For nearly 30 years, ScottMadden has been a leader in energy consulting, serving more than 200 energy organizations, including 90% of the top 20. We have completed thousands of successful projects. We provide practical expertise in nuclear, fossil, renewables, transmission, distribution, smart grid, gas, regulatory, and a host of other areas. ScottMadden: exceptional quality; an exceptional consulting experience.
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The Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is the association of U.S. Shareholder-Owned Electric Companies. Our members serve 95 percent of the ultimate customers in the shareholder-owned segment of the industry, and represent approximately 70 percent 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.