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South Central National Accounts Program
Monday, July 10, 2017 - Wednesday, July 12, 2017
The Georgian Terrace Hotel
659 Peachtree Street, N.E. Atlanta, GA 30308 UNITED STATES
  • Organized over 20 years ago by customer-oriented, investor-owned utility companies in the South Central region of the United States, SCNAP provides multi-site, national energy users the opportunity to learn about the critical issues facing the regional and national energy industry and the customers it serves.  This more intimate setting allows customers the chance to form valuable relationships with energy providers and conveniently convey their energy-related needs and priorities.
    Customers, electric utilities and unregulated energy companies doing business in the U.S. 

    Customer Fee — $99 
    EEI Member Fee — $425 
    Non-Member Sponsorship Fee — $1925 (includes one registration - invite only)
    Additional Non-Member Fee — $425 (requires sponsorship)

    *Only two registrations per company is allowed for EEI Members and Non-Members

    SCNAP room rate at the Georgian Terrace Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia is $159. Please book your hotel room now. 

    • Monday, July 10
      12pm - 5pm EEI Customer Advisory Group Meeting (CAG members only)
      5pm Welcome Reception
      6:30pm Informal Group Dinner
    • Tuesday, July 11
      8am Breakfast
      8:30am-5pm SCNAP General Session I
      6pm Group Dinner
    • Wednesday, July 12
      8am Breakfast
      8:30am-12pm SCNAP General Session II
      1-3pm Optional Offsite Tour of Fox Theater
  • Monday, July 10                         

    6:30pm - Informal Group Dinner at Two Urban Licks

    Tuesday, July 11 

    Host Welcome and Opening Remarks
    Mark Lantrip, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Southern Company Services, Inc.

    Customer Keynote 
    David Millican, Director, Restaurant Development, Facilities, Chick-fil-A

    Energy Issues That Impact National Key Accounts Customers
    Steve Kiesner, Sr. Director, National Customer Markets, Edison Electric Institute

    Leveraging New Energy Technologies to Achieve Corporate Goals
    Panel Chair:  Craig D’Arcy, Director, Energy Management, The Home Depot

    Deregulation Panel – US Energy Markets: Panelists will provide updates on the competitive retail marketplace and discuss the latest customer and energy company trends, including sharing buying strategies and how to include renewables in your supply agreement. Customers will have plenty of time for Q&A.

    Customer Business UpdatesEach customer will have the opportunity to convey information, requests, issues and concerns they feel the utilities and energy companies should know.
    Customers are kindly encouraged to bring information about personnel and corporate changes, energy goals, future construction-retrofit-renewables-efficiency activities and a top five list that they would like to see utilities do better.

    Group Dinner at AGAVE

    Wednesday, July 12

    Factoring U.S. Economic Trends in Your Corporate Energy Strategies
    Roger C. Tutterow, Ph.D., Professor of Economics & Director, Econometric Center, Department of Economics, Finance and Quantitative Analysis, Kennesaw State University

    Energy Company Business Updates
    Each IOU will share their companies’ plans and programs including:

    • How their company is preparing for storm season, reliability, and security in general
    • New and Updated Rate and Rebate Information
    • Teaming with customers on renewable, grid-scale projects

    1- 3pm - Offsite Tour of Fox Theater