Our mission is to create regional networking and educational opportunities for members and service providers to stay current on electric industry trends in demand side management, renewable energy, distributed energy resources, and smart grid solutions.
Luke Surowiec, ICF
Jeff Byers, DNV GL
Katelyn Tsukada, Con Edison
Brittney Pietro, National Grid
Nicole Fevrin, Lime Energy
Geographic Area Served
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter covers the states of Delaware, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington DC.
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November 2, 2017
Strategies for Delivering Marketing Excellence
Hosted by PECO
Time: 12:30 - 6pm
Location: Philadelphia, PA
the past several years. Some industries have transitioned from strictly using traditional marketing channels such as print, radio, and TV to leveraging big data and incorporating digital social media campaigns, while others are just beginning to explore these options.
How has the utility industry responded and what are the marketing challenges it faces today?
Join us at PECO on November 2 to hear from marketing professionals on how to develop marketing strategies that deliver excellence in customer engagement.
June 15, 2017
Innovative Pilots, Programs, & Demonstration Projects in the Mid-Atlantic
AESP MARCh invites you to join us as we explore innovative pilots, programs, and demonstration projects that are driving energy efficiency savings in the mid-Atlantic region. Regulatory, utility, and policy experts will discuss the challenges, benefits, and results of their outside-the-box approaches to transforming the market for energy efficiency.
Panelists will include representatives from:
- New York City Mayor's Office of Sustainability
- NYSERDA (Invited)
- Orange & Rockland
March 30, 2017
MARCh March Symposium - Trends in Energy Management
Join us for this half-day symposium as we explore trends in energy management best practices, programs and innovations. From improvements made to delivery structures to incentives for building automation and controls to EV charging stations, learn what states, utilities and the private sector are doing to deliver energy savings to commercial and industrial customers.
Our panel of utility representatives will address the following issues:
- What are utilities and states doing to keep pace with new technologies designed to improve energy management capabilities?
- What do successful programs look like?
- What are the obstacles to achieving greater participation in energy management programs and strategies, and how can utilities, states and industry partners address these challenges?
A networking social will be held at a nearby restaurant immediately following the symposium. Register Here.
February 14, 2017
AESP MARCh Chapter Luncheon at 27th National Conference
Connect with peers that live in your geographical area at AESP’s largest conference. Have the opportunity to network and converse with other professionals in energy efficiency at the AESP MARCh chapter luncheon.
September 29, 2016
MARCh Fall Symposium: Best Practices or Engaging Hard to Reach Sectors in Electric and Gas DSM Programs
The AESP MARCh Fall Symposium provided an opportunity to hear from electric and gas utility representatives about successes they have had, and challenges they face in engaging specific market sectors in both commercial and residential programs.The symposium featured a Keynote address from Maria Vargas, Director, Better Buildings Challenge and Senior Program Advisor, US Department of Energy.
May 11, 2016
AESP’s Spring Conference MARCh chapter luncheon and networking social
As the host chapter for the AESP Spring Conference, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter (MARCh) held two events on Wednesday, May 11. The first was the MARCh lunch meeting attended by 30 MARCh members as well as AESP national board members and staff. Chapter President Yvette Brown presented the results of the recent MARCh member survey which was followed by an engaging discussion about topics for future chapter events.Later Wednesday evening, nearly 100 MARCh members and conference attendees enjoyed great food and local beers at the MARCh AESPeakeasy Networking Social held at La Peg Brasserie. The party also included a Networking Scavenger Hunt which provided participants an opportunity to learn more about fellow AESP members. Six winners received fabulous prizes donated by several companies.