Beneficial Electrification in the 21st Century!

The Beneficial Electrification League and its founding co-sponsors – NRECA and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) – invite you to participate in Electrify Wisconsin!

​This full-day meeting and networking reception is for participants and stakeholders interested in the rapidly evolving market opportunity of Beneficial Electrification in Wisconsin. At this concentrated one-day event, electric cooperative management teams will have the opportunity to engage with experts and peers on a variety of topics focused on the utilities’ role in the accelerating electrification of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural end-uses – water-heating, space-heating, process heating, indoor agriculture, etc.

Topics to be Presented

  • Initial drivers and benefits of Beneficial Electrification in Wisconsin
  • The intertwined opportunities of DR, DSM, Load Management, DERs and Energy Storage
  • Policy and regulatory considerations
  • Deployment strategies and case studies

Who Should Attend?

  • CEOs/General Managers
  • CFOs
  • Managers overseeing Beneficial Electrification projects
  • Communications Managers and Directors
  • Membership Services VPs, Managers, Directors
  • Marketing Managers and Directors
  • Economic Development Managers
  • Key Accounts Executives
  • Renewable Energy Managers

Also of Interest

Environmentally Beneficial Electrification: Electricity as the End-Use Option

Beneficial Electrification C&I Case Studies

Registration Fees

There is a $195 charge to attend the Electrify Wisconsin! meeting. Participants are responsible for travel and hotel expenses. See our Cancellation and Refund Policy for online registration cancellation deadlines and associated charges.

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