Burlington, MA, April 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Duke Energy Renewables President Greg Wolf will be a featured panelist at DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability’s fifth annual Utility of the Future Leadership Forum, “Pathway to excellence.” Wolf will participate in the panel, “Sustainable Power Supply,” during the DNV KEMA forum, May 14–16, 2012, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC.
Wolf, who leads the non-regulated, renewable business of Duke Energy including wind and solar, will provide in-depth knowledge of the industry and unique insights on sustainable power supply.
“Viewpoints about energy supply trends are as dynamic and diverse as the energy markets today,” said Mr. Wolf. “This discussion with industry thought leaders creates a forum to hear different experts and an opportunity to improve our thinking. Our business is focused on growing safe, reliable, and renewable energy for our customers, and I look forward to discussing its role in the dynamic energy supply market.”
The 2012 Utility of the Future Leadership Forum features one and one-half days of discussions about the dynamic changes facing the utility industry and the paths that innovators have taken toward a sustainable energy future. Two CEO panels will explore the challenges of building the future utility in very different economic environments, while other panels will feature topics such as customers at the helm, managing in a slow economy, and engaging customers in sustainability. Throughout the forum, there will be high-level networking opportunities to share perspectives, collaborate, and engage in dialog.
Senior executives are invited to join their peers in the Utility of the Future discussion to share ideas and discover opportunities that can help shape a more sustainable, reliable, and profitable utility of the future. Register and learn more about the 2012 Utility of the Future Leadership Forum.
About Duke Energy Renewables
Duke Energy Renewables, part of Duke Energy’s Commercial Businesses, is a leader in developing innovative wind and solar energy generation projects for customers throughout the United States. The company’s growing portfolio of commercial renewable assets includes 10 wind farms and 11 solar farms in operation in eight states, totaling more than 1,000 megawatts in electric-generating capacity. Duke Energy Renewables will complete five additional wind farms in 2012. Learn more at www.duke-energy.com/renewables.
About DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability
DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, with more than 2,300 experts in over 30 countries around the world, is committed to driving the global transition toward a safe, reliable, efficient, and clean energy future. With a heritage of nearly 150 years, we specialize in providing world-class, innovative solutions in the fields of business & technical consultancy; testing, inspections & certification; risk management; and verification. As an objective and impartial knowledge-based company, we advise and support organizations along the energy value chain: producers, suppliers & end-users of energy; equipment manufacturers; as well as government bodies, corporations, and non-governmental organizations. DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability is part of DNV, a global provider of services for managing risk with more than 10,000 employees in over 100 countries. For more information on DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability, visit www.dnvkema.com.Follow DNV KEMA: Utility of the Future blog; Twitter; LinkedIn.