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Media Pending Jeff Phelan EMCs and Munis: Creating a Service Revolution through Technology – Jeff Phelan, Vice President, Customer Service, Siemens Energy Management Division, US
No Media Larry Ostema Policy/Regulatory/Legal Considerations of the New Service EnvironmentLarry Ostema, Co-chair, E4 Carolinas Innovation and Capital Task Force and Partner, Nelson Mullins

Panel: Challenges and Strategies of the Service Revolution

Moderator: Weston Adams, Partner, Energy Industry Group, Nelson Mullins

Wayne Wilkins PPT Wayne WIlkins Wayne Wilkins, Chief Executive Officer, Energy United
Andy Fusco PPT Andy Fusco Andy Fusco, Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Members Services, ElectriCities of North Carolina
Matt Zapp PPT Matt Zapp Matt Zapp, Town Manager, Town of Benson, North Carolina
Brian Coble PPT Brian Coble Brian Coble, Senior Vice President, Advanced Energy

Panel: Technology Fosters a Service Revolution

Moderator: Owen Smith, Director, Utility and Grid Solutions, Trane/Ingersoll Rand

Jim Musilek PPT Jim Musilek The Ocracoke Island Micro Grid – Jim Musilek, Director , Grid Modernization, North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation
Don Bowman PPT Don Bowman Wake Electric Membership Corporation’s “Self-Healing” Grid – Don Bowman, Manager of Engineering, Wake Electric Membership Corporation
Adam Procell PPT Adam Procell Big Data Drives a Customer Service RevolutionAdam Procell, Chief Executive Officer, Lime Energy
Joel Olsen PPT Joel Olsen Edgecomb Martin Employs Lead-edge SolarJoel Olsen, Chief Executive Officer, O2 EMC
Kevin Poet PPT Kevin Poet  Siemens Charlotte Energy Hub Plant Overview and Tour – Kevin Poet, Head of Operation, Siemens Charlotte Energy Hub
 Summary of Attendee Discussion Click on the summary title to the left to view to summary of team reports of the break-out session topic: What is the most pressing grid-related issue facing EMC and Muni distribution companies today and in 10 years and what should be done immediately and long term?