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AEIC’s 140th Annual Meeting – Champions for Change
September 25th-27th, 2024
The Broadmoor • Colorado Springs, CO

AEIC’s Annual Meeting is the one place where you can join your peers to collaborate, network, and share ideas about how we can all be “champions for change” and achieve a modern, more sustainable grid for all.  We can’t wait to see you all again next September in Colorado Springs, CO!

We’ll be sharing more details in the coming weeks, including registration, general sessions, hotel information, and more, so stay tuned!

Please note: AEIC’s Annual Meeting is only open to AEIC members and meeting partners. If your company is interested in becoming a member, click here to find out how you can join.

Looking Back at 2023

AEIC’s 139th Annual Meeting, held Oct 24-26 in Savannah, GA, was our best yet. We hosted more than 250 industry leaders representing major electric utilities, partner organizations, and other stakeholder groups. These professionals came together to address our industry’s greatest operational challenges, from electrification, to virtualization, to the supply chain.

If you weren’t able to attend our 2023 Meeting, scroll down for a recap of what you missed.

General Sessions & Keynote Addresses

A Focus on Safety

Utility Planning Strategies to Address Future Growth

Maintaining Asset Relevance, Reliability, and Operational Flexibility in the Energy Transition

The Inflation Reduction Act

Spotlight on Leadership & Innovation

Keynote Address: Christopher Womack, Southern Company

Grid Transformation

When Renewables and Thermals Collide

The Future of the Energy Transition Depends on Transmission

2023 Achievement Award Winners

Each year, AEIC’s member companies demonstrate their innovation and commitment to achieving a modernized electric grid that delivers a secure energy future for all. To show our gratitude, we presented eight member companies with the AEIC Achievement Awards at our annual meeting. They’re our most prestigious awards for members who have clearly demonstrated significant contributions to advancing the operations of the electric energy industry.

Arizona Public Service


Florida Power & Light

Pacific Gas & Electric

Commonwealth Edison


Orange & Rockland Utilities

San Diego Gas & Electric