Ping-pong, caricatures, scooter tours, s’mores—you can find all of this and more at E Source Forum 2019, the premier event for US and Canadian utility professionals. In its 32nd year, the Forum brings together like-minded individuals to learn, collaborate, and network over the course of two and a half action-packed days in beautiful Denver, Colorado.

Many people attend the Forum, first and foremost, for the exceptional content. This year, we’ll be hosting innovative sessions in six topical tracks that represent the most pressing and relevant subjects in the energy industry:

  • Account management
  • Customer experience
  • Demand-side management
  • Distributed energy resources
  • Marketing and communications
  • Technology

You’ll hear from E Source experts and guest speakers from leading utilities and energy companies. You’ll gain insights on advancing the use and adoption of energy-efficiency programs, practical information aimed at helping utilities and their partners manage and improve their customers relationships, and tips for navigating the ever-changing utility industry.

But it’s not all about the content. Part of the experience lies in the details. In addition to educational sessions and workshops, the Forum offers optional afternoon tours to get attendees outside to enjoy the city. From history and bike excursions to tours for your inner foodie or beer lover, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The smaller group setting allows for great networking opportunities as well.

Scooter tour

Image of Forum attendees enjoying a scooter tour

Casino night

Image of Casino Night at the E Source Forum

Brewery tour

Image of Forum attendees at a brewery tour

Ace Eat Serve

Image of a Forum attendee at Ace Eat Serve for the ping pong tournament

Evening events include an exhibitor-hosted cocktail hour with prizes, a casino night, and an epic ping-pong tournament at Ace Eat Serve—a Denver hot spot that boasts 12 ping-pong tables (indoor and outdoor) along with tasty Asian-inspired bites and cocktails. There’s no better way to meet new people than over some blackjack or table tennis!

The Forum also hosts what we like to call the Forum Mall. This area takes up the back portion of the exhibit floor and features several shops where attendees can have their professional headshot taken, get a latte, have their caricature drawn, and more.

The E Source Forum is truly a one-of-a-kind event, but don’t take my word for it. Watch the short video below to find out for yourself why attendees come back year after year, and register today.

Utility attendees talk about why they love coming to the E Source Forum

Contributing Authors

Senior Events Manager

Jessica Rife manages all aspects of E Source conferences and events. Including her time at E Source, she has more than 10 years of event...