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The Transformation of Utility Analytics: The Rise of Autonomous

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Aug 28, 2020 11:34 AM

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Caitlin Aburrow
Senior Director, Global Product Marketing @Oracle Utilities
Caitlin Aburrow leads global product marketing for Oracle Utilities, working with utilities around the world to understand the challenges they face and opportunities available as the industry continues to transform at a rapid pace. Before joining Oracle, Caitlin was a founding member of a start-up that delivered real-time financial impact analysis for energy conservation strategies. Caitlin holds a Master’s degree in International Conflict from King’s College London, where she studied the impact of resource-driven global conflict. Caitlin believes that at the intersection of energy and technology we can unlock innovation that is critical to the well-being of all people.
William R. Ellis
Sr. Portfolio Manager, Energy Efficiency @Pepco Holdings, An Exelon Company
As Senior Portfolio Manager of Energy Efficiency, William is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic vision for increasing Demand Side Management programs across Atlantic City Electric, Delmarva Power and Pepco. Work includes increasing adoption of behind the meter technology and programs to help customers better manage their energy usage, while leveraging these assets to maximize grid utilization. His previous role was a Performance Assessment Manager with Exelon Utilities, developing and driving strategic priorities for core functions across all of Exelon. Work includes identifying and ensuring adoption of best practices by benchmarking and drawing expertise from across the OpCo’s, the industry and outside the industry.
Alex Panchula
Director of Product Management for Data Science @Oracle Utilities
Alex Panchula is currently the Director of Product Management for Data Science at Oracle Utilities focusing improving all products with machine learning and analytics. Previously, Alex led engineering and analytics teams at Tesla and First Solar. He started his career in Silicon Valley working in both semiconductors and magnetic nanostructures industries for Lam Research and Grandis (now Samsung). Alex received his BS in Physics and Mathematics and a BA in English from Iowa State University and Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University. Alex has also been a lecturer at San Jose State University, teaching photovoltaic systems and has co-authored more than 30 publications in the fields of correlated electron behavior, magnetic based memory and photovoltaics.