25th Retail Energy Executive Forum

25th Retail Energy Executive Forum

What's Next? Accelerating through the Curve

DNV GL's 25th Retail Energy Executive Forum

The 25th Retail Energy Executive Forum was held May 12–14, 2014, at The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The 25th Retail Energy Executive Forum, presented by DNV GL, provided unparalleled strategic insights and facilitated interactive discussions among participants & experts focusing on the dynamic changes in energy markets, innovations, financials, and regulatory developments to answer the question on everyone's minds...What's Next? 
The competitive landscape is evolving rapidly, from new market conditions and product & service innovations to evolving business models and increasing customer dynamics. The Retail Energy Executive Forum provides an unparalleled breadth and depth of critical analyses into what's ahead for competitive energy markets.

DNV GL’s Retail Energy Executive Forum is the premier annual networking event for the competitive energy industry, offering intelligence on developments and strategies that affect competitive power markets. More than 400 senior energy industry professionals, state and federal regulators, investors, large energy buyers, brokers, and vendors assemble each year for two days to share insights and knowledge. 90% of Forum participants are director level or above.

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Focused on key business and policy issues, the Executive Forum is a platform for diverse perspectives and dynamic discussion among industry executives, senior policy makers, investors, and customers on key issues and challenges that retail energy markets face, including energy supply, technology, and services.

24th Retail Energy Executive ForumTM: Navigating Competitive Intersections
The theme "Navigating Competitive Intersections" resonates in today's competitive energy markets. Thought leaders from linked market segments discussed the need to innovate; to develop new products and services to meet the changing customer expectations; and to reliably manage the grid. Discussions also focused on disruptive technologies, market channel successes and challenges, customer education efforts, and regulatory developments. We also heard about entrepreneurial growth strategies that have paid big dividends.

Download the Executive Summary of the 24th Retail Energy Executive ForumTM for key themes and highlights. Please view past Forum speakers and agendas here .

For more information, please contact Sonny Kanlier, Head of Section - Retail Energy Markets, at 781.418.5758 or