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TMCNet:  Infocast Presents the System Resiliency and Service Restoration Summit this September in Washington

[August 12, 2013]

Infocast Presents the System Resiliency and Service Restoration Summit this September in Washington

Woodland Hills, CA, Aug 12, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Infocast, the leading producer of business intelligence events in various industries, is set to host the System Resiliency and Service Restoration Summit on September 10-12, 2013 at the Almast Temple Club in Washington D.C. The event will explore the best practices from real-word case studies in emergency planning and system hardening from some of the nation's top utility companies.

The System Resiliency and Service Restoration Summit will feature a roster of high-level speakers include representatives from Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, Department of Energy, PPL Electric Utilities, Northeast Utilities, Federal Communications Commission, BC Hydro, Georgia Power, Florida Power & Light and American Electric Power among many others.

This Summit is the premier gathering place for utilities, municipalities, state regulators, government officials and smart grid technology developers and software vendors will discuss the various challenges and opportunities that exist within this industry. Keynote address by Chairman Betty Ann Kane of the District of Columbia Public Service Commission will kick off the event.

For more information, to register for the Summit, or to join us as a speaker or a sponsor, please visit the event website at or contact Infocast at 818-888-4444.

About Infocast For over 25 years, Infocast has produced the highest quality events, tailored to the needs of the industries we serve. We intensively research the marketplace, pulling from an extensive network of experts to give you the information and connections to succeed.

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