GTM Research today welcomes five new members to its Grid Edge Executive Council: Enchanted Rock, On-Ramp Wireless, Stem, United Energy, and UCSD. These companies join CPUC, DOE, EDF, Northeast Utilities, PG&E, Seattle City and Light, and 40 others at the forefront of grid modernization and distributed generation.
As the Council continues to grow, more markets and industries are represented, providing members with a diverse outlook on the global energy landscape.
"Grid modernization and distributed generation are top-of-mind topics in the energy industry," said Scott Clavenna, CEO of Greentech Media. "We seem to have hit the nail on the head with the Grid Edge Executive Council, bringing leaders together to discuss this paradigm shift. We're very excited to host these new members at our upcoming in-person meetings, as they each have a unique vantage point on the electric industry’s ongoing evolution."
Council members meet eight times every year, gain access to all of GTM Research's grid modernization market reports and data services, and can interact with GTM analysts directly. For more information and to see the full member list, please click here.
The Grid Edge Executive Council converges in Boston this week to discuss the current and future implications of microgrid adoption.
Contact GTM Research's Tate Ishimuro for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 646 719 1380
About the Grid Edge Executive Council
The Grid Edge Executive Council represents an exclusive group of decision makers driving the future of the electric grid. Through the Council, members can access research on market trends, learn about technological developments, and engage with peers to tackle the electric grid’s most pressing questions.