Itron continues to monitor and navigate through the coronavirus pandemic, keeping the safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers and partners first and foremost in our decisions. As a result of the near-term dynamic environment, we have decided to cancel this spring’s 18th Annual Energy Forecasting Meeting and Workshop. We look forward to seeing you next year in New Orleans (rescheduled to April 20-23, 2021).

While social distancing and shelter-in-place mandates mean that we can’t meet in person, Itron will still be hosting several webinars throughout the originally planned dates – April 22 through April 24 – to keep you informed. We hope that you will join us!

Participation for these webinars is free, like our Brown Bags, but prior registration is required. Each seminar will last approximately one hour, allowing 45 minutes for the presentation and 15 minutes for questions. If you can’t attend or if you miss one, each session will be recorded and a link to the recording will be sent to you automatically after the event.

Wednesday, April 22

  • 8 a.m. – EIA Residential and Commercial Updates – Erin Boedecker, Energy Information Administration
  • Noon – EIA Electric Vehicle Forecast – Michael Dwyer, Energy Information Administration

Thursday, April 23

  • 8 a.m. – Economic Outlook – Ryan Sweet, Moody’s Analytics
  • Noon – Addressing Co2 Emissions Standards and Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets – Arthur Maniaci, New York Independent System Operator

Friday, April 24

  • 8 a.m. – Forecasting Challenges with COVID-19 – Itron’s Forecasting Team

For more information on these webinars and other forecasting events, please go to our forecasting workshop page at http://www.itron.com/forecastingworkshops.

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Paige Schaefer
Sr Forecast Analyst - Itron
Paige Schaefer directs various web-based projects, including brown bag seminars, internet surveys, and other web-based projects and services. Schaefer manages Itron’s Energy Forecasting Group (EFG), which supports end-use data development, the Statistical End-use Approach (SAE) and coordinates their annual meeting for discussing end-use modeling and forecasting issues. In addition, Schaefer develops, manages and executes marketing campaigns for forecasting products and services and provides software support and documentation. She is responsible for project accounting and support, financial budgeting, accounting and invoicing. Schaefer received a B.S. in Business Administration from San Diego State University with an emphasis in Marketing.