Spencer Sator, senior director of Emerging Technology, has expertise in developing long-term utility strategies for technologies such as EVs, whole-building electrification, and the Internet of Things. Having worked as a consultant for the California Energy Commission and several leading utilities, Spencer has experience designing and launching emerging technology and cleantech initiatives. He has a BS in astrophysics from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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During this web conference, we'll highlight how a strong electrification strategy and roadmap can help you adapt to the changing landscape, capture additional revenue, and better serve customers.