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Regions 1 & 2


Regions 1 & 2 Combined Meeting

This meeting will address options for utilities to build and own a private, highly secure, reliable, and high-capacity 4G LTE network for distribution automation. Explore how it provides utilities with a single platform with continuity for their critical grid applications along with true broadband capacity as the distribution grid evolves with a broader IoT strategy.

This meeting will feature a wide array of sessions, round table discussions, exhibits, and networking opportunities. This is your opportunity to take your private LTE knowledge to the next level, you won’t want to miss this. Join your industry peers and technology partners in Nashua, New Hampshire, from September 21-23, 2022.

Hotel Information:

DoubleTree by Hilton Nashua
2 Somerset Pkwy
Nashua, NH, 03063


Registration Rates:

Utility Rate – $300 for the 1st attendee and $90 for each additional attendee from the same company. Once the initial registration has been entered into the system contact for assistance with processing the additional discounted registrations.

UTC Associate Member – $450
Non-Member Associate Rate  – $695
Exhibitor & Sponsor Registrations:
Exhibitors/Sponsors may receive complimentary or discounted rates depending on their level of participation. Before registering through the website please email us by clicking here to confirm any applicable comps or discounts.
All speakers will be registered complimentary by UTC staff.
Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received by Tuesday, September 6th, will receive a refund less a 25% cancellation fee.  Cancellations must be received in writing at
If you have questions or need assistance please click here to email us.

Exhibit & Sponsorship Information

Exhibit & Sponsorship Information

Questions please contact

Cheryl Stratos | Sales Executive
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Conference / Registration Information

To become a UTC member, contact Karnel Thomas.

Regions 1 & 2 includes:

  • Connecticut
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • Quebec, Canada
  • New Brunswick, Canada
  • PEI, Canada
  • Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada

Have any questions or are interested in hearing more about how UTC can play a role in your company?  Contact your Region 1 and 2 Officers:

UTC Region 1 & 2 Officers:

  • Region 1
    • Chair – Rima Crepeau, National Grid
    • Vice-Chair – Vacant
    • Secretary/Treasurer – Farzin Tahmasbi, Eversource
  • Region 2
    • Chair – Tony Suppa, PSEG
    • Vice-Chair – Shondel McPherson, PSEG
    • Treasurer – Vacant


Daniel B. Burch
Daniel B. Burch
Sr Sync Business Development Manager, NA Energy/Transporation/Public Safety, Oscilloquartz

“Daniel B. Burch has served in national engineering/design & support roles for GTE/Verizon, Director of Research & Development at Terdayne Broadband Test and executive sales/support roles for Timing, Synchronization and Test strategies with CXR Larus/TesCom and now, Oscilloquartz/ADVA.  Since 1987 Dan has remained active with the IEEE and served various international standards development organizations.  Active with many US and Canadian power utilities, Dan resides in the Dallas, TX area and encourages you to connect with him on LinkedIn.”

Enoch Charles Jr.
Enoch Charles Jr.
Technical Analyst SR - Telecom Site Design & Deployment, CenterPoint Energy

Enoch Charles Jr. is a Manager of Telecom Transport Deployment at Center Point Energy in Houston, Texas where his areas of expertise are network infrastructure including radio frequency, fiber Substation Communications buildouts, and Smart Grid installation. He also serves as the Chairman of the IT/OT Committee and Board of director member with UTC. He is a past board member and an outstanding corporate member of the ENTELEC Associations.

Enoch was fortunate to be involved in several “once a career type projects.” These include the design and implementation of several “first of systems,” such as the Trunked Voice Radio, Mobile Data Radio, and Automated Meter Radio systems. He also helped design and turn up over 150 radio/microwave tower sites for the AOC project and managed the project to build the network that connected IT’s primary (ECDC) and backup (AOC) data centers together.

Enoch continued his career in the Telecommunications field working with GTE Mobile Net NOW Verizon Wireless and Lucent Technologies in Houston, Texas on Analog to Digital (CDMA Network conversion in the Houston/Gulfcoast Market). Enoch was honored with The Excellent Award while employed with General Dynamics Worldwide for his excellent design and implementation skills.

In his 28 years in the Telecommunications industry, he has worked with virtually every major Wireless carrier as he continues to make his mark in the Telecommunications and utility world. Since Enoch‘s beginning works with CenterPoint Energy, the company’s investment and response to radio frequency concerns have moved to the forefront.

Enoch is active in several public and private organizations and serves as an active mentor for young men locally as well as in surrounding cities.

Tom Dahlin
Tom Dahlin
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. Senior Communications Application Engineer

Tom has spent over 42 years in the communications industry with emphasis on the transport of mission-critical traffic for the Power Utility segment. Tom spends most of his time designing and supporting communication networks with expertise on the SEL ICON platform.

Prior to joining SEL, Tom worked for GE Digital Energy where he was the northeastern regional sales manager for the Junglemux product line. Prior to GE, Tom worked for RFL Electronics Inc. after graduating from Metropolitan Technical Institute in 1979.  Tom held numerous positions within RFL including product management for their T1 and SONET product lines. Tom spent many years working with protective relaying applications before changing his focus to telecommunications.

Tom is an active member of the IEEE Power & Engineering Society. Tom resides on the Communications Subcommittee under the Power Systems Relaying Committee (PSRC) and is also a member of the Power Systems Communications Committee (PSCC).


Dewey Day
Dewey Day
Chair UTC Board - Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Dewey is a Principal Operational Technology Architect at Pacific Gas and Electric company. He has 28 years of experience designing fiber optic, microwave, and radio communications systems supporting utility needs through the 79,000 square mile PG&E service territory. He served for 15 years on the WECC telecommunications workgroup before joining UTCs leadership team. He served UTC for 4 years as chair of the Public Policy Division prior to being elected to the executive committee. Dewey has a Bachelor’s Degree in electrical engineering from  California State University Fresno.

David Hattey
David Hattey
Consultant, Lockard & White

David Hattey is a seasoned strategic leader with thirty-plus years of successful executive assignments across IT, telecom, wireless, cloud services, and networking companies serving the Utility, Public Service, and Enterprise spaces. He is currently a consultant providing technology and strategy support through Lockard & White. David has held contributing and leadership positions in every area of business while working for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100. He was awarded BS Electrical Engineering and BS Computer Engineering degrees from the University of Michigan, both Magna Cum Laude, as well as an MBA from Duke’s Fuqua School of Business where he was named a Fuqua Scholar. David is a named inventor on 11 US patents.

Ken Hill
Ken Hill
Sr Manager -Safety, Crown Castle

Over 30 years of experience in the telecom, electric, and gas utility business. Currently with Crown Castle as a Program Manager in the Safety Department working on industry initiatives such as NWSA, TIRAP, SEMC, NATE, and various ANSI and TIA Standards working groups. Currently Sr Manager Safety for employee safety.

Mechanical Engineering degree from The Pennsylvania State University.

Brett Kilbourne
Brett Kilbourne
General Counsel and Vice President of Policy, UTC

Brett Kilbourne is the Utilities Technology Council’s General Counsel and Vice President of Policy, the Washington-based association representing vital energy and water utilities on their mission-critical technologies by driving innovation, fostering collaboration, and influencing public policy.

In this role, Mr. Kilbourne provides legal guidance to utilities on telecommunications issues both pending before federal and state agencies and being considered in Congress.

He received his Juris Doctor degree from Catholic University and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of the South. Mr. Kilbourne is licensed to practice law in the state of Maryland and is a member of the American Bar Association and the Federal Communications Bar Association.

Philip Liddell
Philip Liddell
Starlight Technologies, Inc. – Business Development Lead

Philip Liddell began his career as an RF Engineer in the telecom industry.  He has held various engineering and operations leadership positions, including serving as COO for a startup providing LTE connectivity to remote oil and gas operations.  Philip was most recently at Facebook/Meta Connectivity focused on designing sustainable wireless networks in remote regions of emerging markets to connect more people to the internet.  Philip is now leading business development activities for Starlight Technologies, Inc.

Jeff Maze
Jeff Maze
Customer Solutions Architect U.S. Enterprise – Energy, Nokia

Jeff Maze has real-world experience and success leading the modernization of Wide Area Network (WAN) technology for large utilities in the southwest region of the United States.  Over a 12-year career working for the largest utilities in Nevada and Arizona, Jeff provided engineering and technical leadership in various business units and across the technical landscape characteristic of the industry.  Most notably, in 2018, Jeff authored a network modernization strategy/roadmap and led an engineering team responsible for transitioning from multiple TDM and SONET systems to a converged IP/MPLS network.   As a result, hundreds of substations have migrated to a modern network standard with significant numbers of multiplexers, channel banks, TDM MW radios, and DACS systems decommissioned and retired.

Jeff holds an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, and has spent several years serving on the WECC Telecom Workgroup participating in drafting guidelines and standards for utility telecommunications systems.

Tony Suppa
Tony Suppa
Project Manager, Public Service Enterprise Group

Anthony works as a Project Manager with Public Service Electric and Gas in Newark, New Jersey.

Anthony is responsible for the management of wireless co-location on all electric transmission towers and distribution poles for PSEG.

Anthony is a 1981 graduate of Newark College of Engineering ( NJIT ) and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the state of New Jersey.





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