41st PLMA Conference Online

41st PLMA Conference Attend Online

Conference Registration Fees







PLMA members must sign in and register with an authorized user account.
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If you are not a PLMA member, click on register and follow the directions to create a free user profile to register.

Registration includes Interest Group meetings, all general and break out sessions, and post-event online access to proceedings; Utility Load Management Exchange registration is also on this form.

41st PLMA Conference Update: Moved from Arizona to Online 

The 41st PLMA Conference, originally scheduled to be presented in Scottsdale, Arizona, will instead be presented online with a mix of live and pre-recorded content presented at no charge to members and non-members alike. The updated conference agenda includes live 2-hour-long webcasts on Tuesday, April 21 and Wednesday, April 22 as well as pre-recordings of much of the rest of the previously scheduled conference content as practical. The pre-recordings will be made available to all conference registrants for your binge-watching pleasure starting on April 20.

We hope you will make time to view and share the online conference content at www.peakload.org/41st-conference-agenda to reinforce the value of networking and learning among our load management practitioner community during these challenging times. Together, let’s make this the biggest and best conference that PLMA never had... and set our sights on being together again this November 9-11 for the 42nd PLMA Conference in Baltimore.

Concurrent Activities, April 20

Interest Group Activities
Interest Group activities on April 20 are included with conference registration.  Anyone is welcome to attend. 

PLMA 2020 Spring Board Meeting, April 20

This business meeting with working dinner is only for Board members and At-Large Representatives listed at www.peakload.org/plma-leadership No charge to attend. RSVP required.

Post-Conference ULME Spring 2020 Meeting, April 23

Private post-conference meeting for utilities only. Join ULME for a live broadcast of this utility only discussion manufacturer-driven thermostat-centric programs demand response programs. We will summarize the requirements of such programs and gather information on the overall concerns that utilities are faced with, followed by discussion. Please join us and be ready to summarize your challenges, experiences, lessons learned and advice.
Moderator(s): Dana DeRemigis, Baltimore Gas and Electric and ULME Steering Committee.  

Cancellation Policy

PLMA always provides full refunds on registration cancellations with at least 24 hours’ notice.


All attendees or others who interact with attendees must comply with PLMA's Code of Conduct posted at Policies as it may be updated from time-to-time. Two of these policies are highlighted below, but are not the entirety of either policy or the Code of Conduct. You are encouraged to review the Code of Conduct in its entirety, and ensure you and your organization are in compliance during PLMA Events. A few key highlights are noted below, but do not represent the full text of either policy or the Code of Conduct.

Anti-Harassment Policy: PLMA is dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, color, ethnicity, political position, or religion.

Read the PLMA Code of Conduct posted at Policies.


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