Emeka Igwil, Vice President of Operations Support, Southern Company Gas
As utility operators, one of the most critical responsibilities we have is that of caretakers of the vital infrastructure that our communities rely on to survive and thrive.
Vinitha Moskal President, SmartCost, Inc.
The launch of 3D seismic testing in the 1980s transformed the way data was being collected and analyzed,opening oil wells for drilling that were previously inaccessible.
Charles McConnell, Executive Director, Center for Carbon Management in Energy, University of Houston
There is a “future of energy” battle raging today, illustrated by the rhetoric about climate change and impending doom vs.
Tim Jordan, Vice President, Solar Construction, Renewable Energy Systems
Despite the growing adoption of renewable energy, solar technology innovations are still required to help deliver more clean energy into more homes and businesses as quickly as possible.
Gary Dodd. Mr. Dodd is the CISO, Bonneville Power Administration
Cybersecurity directors must simultaneously extol the positive aspects of a cyber-security program through positive assertions and candidly report out to the board and executives on the gaps and weaknesses without appearing obtuse.
Sangeeta Ranade, Vice President, Clean Energy Solutions Business Development, New York Power Authority
The problems of tomorrow will require utilities to create true transparency so that better energy decisions can be made by customers and new solutions can be developed by providers to serve emerging needs.
Edgar Lim, Vice President, Technology and Procurement, EnterSolar
As Moore’s Law revolutionized the electronics industry, a similar effect is taking place within solar.
Jonathan Doochin, CEO, Soligent Holdings, Soligent Distribution & Stellar Energy GP
Just as cell phones circumvented the construction necessary for landline infrastructure, so does solar for energy. The future of power is controlled by a phone app.
Andrew Carey, Senior Engineer, Director Of Drone Operations, Rio Tinto Kennecott
With the introduction of drone technology, the mining industry has entered a new dimension that takes safety and efficiency to greater heights
Gregory McNeal,Professor of Law and Public Policy at Pepperdine University and Co-Founder of AirMap
Tyler Finn, Public Policy Associate, AirMap
The proliferation of drones puts CIOs in a position to lead on data collection that will inform greater efficiencies and synergies for their businesses, bringing immediate value to corporations’ bottom lines...