Each and every day, people across the United States use electricity in millions of ways, usually without even having to think about it. From flipping on light switches to powering televisions and smart phones, electricity is so readily available.
Electric companies have been committed to delivering clean, reliable energy to their customers in Colorado. Recently, part of that commitment included making upgrades to infrastructure. These modernization projects were needed to meet current and future regulatory requirements—and to ensure that customers will have affordable, reliable service now and in the future. Coloradoans for Reliable Energy (CRE) is an education and advocacy forum for Colorado’s electricity industry that is undertaking a grassroots and key stakeholder outreach effort to educate Coloradans about the rapid evolution of Colorado’s electric industry and the key role it plays in Colorado’s economic growth.
CRE will brief Chamber members on overall electric grid modernization efforts, the movement toward renewable energy, the intersection between energy technology and information technology, decentralization trends and overall investment needs – and will focus on how that will impact the ordinary citizens and businesses that make up your membership.
Join us Wednesday, October 11th, 12:00 PM at the DoubleTree by Hilton for this event sponsored by WBS Coatings. Cost is $15 and reservations can be made by calling 970-242-3214 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download full version of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce October 2017 Newsletter.