The Emerging Technologies Coordinating Council (ETCC) is composed of a group of California's largest utilities. To help achieve the state’s ambitious energy savings goals, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company, San Diego Gas & Electric, and the California Energy Commission created the ETCC with oversight from the California Public Utilities Commission. The ETCC Leadership Team has grown to include California’s largest municipal utilities, Sacramento Municipal Utility District and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. Funded in part by California rate payers, under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC).
About the Summit
The ET Summit has previously occurred once every two years, but beginning in Spring 2018, will occur twice annually - once in Northern California and once in Southern California.
The Summit gathers more than 200 stakeholders in the energy efficiency and demand response emerging technologies sectors for interactive conferences to learn, debate, and develop the intersection of utility programs, technology, market drivers, customer engagement, policy and implementation in order to impact the advancement and adoption of emerging technologies.
Since 2004, the Summit has been the place to connect, engage and uncover new business opportunities with industry leading entrepreneurs, technology developers, investors, implementers, researchers, utilities, regulators and property owners/managers.