43rd PLMA Conference Online

Join us for the 43rd PLMA Conference

Conference Registration Fees






  • PLMA members must sign in with an authorized user account for member rates or a member pass.
  • If you need information on member passes, contact Rich Philip at [email protected].
  • If you are not a PLMA member, click on "Register Today" and follow the directions to create a free user profile and receive our non-member rate.

Registration includes one admission to all core conference sessions. Attendees who pay the full registration rate and whose organizations are not already PLMA members will receive the incremental registration fee as a membership credit if they join before June 30, 2021.


Training Class: 
The Evolution of DR to DER, April 21-22, 2021 

This PLMA Training is offered separately from the 43rd PLMA Conference and requires its own registration. It is a two-day live online class that explains how today’s demand response initiatives are evolving to interact with an emerging future with distributed energy resources for peak load management. Course materials are provided electronically in advance of the class. 

Click here for Information and to Register! 

PLMA 2021 Spring Board Meeting, May 3, 2021

This business meeting for Board members and At-Large Representatives listed at www.peakload.org/plma-leadership.

Post-Conference ULME Spring 2021 Meeting, May 13, 2021

Private post-conference meeting for utilities only. Learn more at ULME 2021 Spring


Planning to register multiple attendees? Consider a sponsorship that includes free conference passes.

Academic Members receive 50% off the standard member rate. See www.peakload.org/join-plma for membership details.

Scholarship: A limited number of scholarships are available. Applications must be received by April 15. Contact Judy Knight, [email protected].  


The meeting sessions for the 43rd PLMA Conference will take place online. 

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. Some policies are highlighted below, but are not the entirety of the 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.

Conference Promotion Policy: PLMA recognizes that one of the benefits of a PLMA event is the interaction among the attendees and the open environment provided. It is the intent of PLMA that participants attending PLMA events be allowed to fully participate without outside distraction.

Free Time: You are welcome to conduct your own special events or meetings that do not compete with PLMA agenda time.

Read the PLMA Code of Conduct posted at Policies.


Video recordings, screen shots, and still shots are taken throughout the event and may be posted afterward as conference resources. By completing registration you agreed to have your image captured and all such images may be used for PLMA promotional purposes.


Please get in touch with Rich Philip, [email protected].