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September 26 - September 28

Regions 1 & 2 Meeting

Baltimore, MD

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Regions 1 & 2 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 Baltimore, Maryland, from September 26-28, 2023.

Registration Information

Registration Rates:
Utility Registration Rate – $300 for the 1st member from your organization and $90 for every additional person**
UTC Associate Member Registration Rate: $450
Non-Member Vendor Rate – $695
**Utilities – Once you have completed the registration for your first attendee please email to receive instructions to share with your colleagues to register at the discounted rate of $90.
All speakers will be registered complimentary by UTC staff.
Sponsors & Exhibitors:
Sponsors & Exhibitors 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.
Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received by September 3, 2023, will receive a refund less a 25% cancellation fee.  Cancellations must be received in writing to
If you have questions or need assistance please click here to email us.

Exhibit & Sponsorship Information

Exhibit & Sponsorship Information

For questions please contact

Cheryl Stratos | Sales Executive
E: | P: +1.703.926.5615

Conference / Registration Information

Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor

401 W Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

About Regions 1 & 2

Region 1 include:

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

Region 2 include:

  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • Ontario, Canada

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

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


Harper Anderton
Harper Anderton
Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Planning, Onyx Spectrum Technology

Harper Anderton is Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Planning at Onyx Spectrum Technology, focused on delivering technology solutions that address the critical issues of sustainment of legacy technologies together with cybersecurity concerns, to the power, gas, water and federal government sectors. He has over 25 years’ experience delivering technology solutions to the critical infrastructure markets. He worked extensively in both Europe and the United States. Previous companies include British Telecom, 3Com, , Ascom Timeplex, Computer Network Technology, Expand Networks and Quest Controls. He has founded three technology companies, Real-E Marketing, FAE Telecom and Unified Technology and Communications Advisory Group.


Ron Beck
Ron Beck
Interim President and CEO, UTC

Ron has extensive experience in electronic and communications system design, deployment, and operation – focusing on utility telecommunications, power generation, electric distribution, and their associated industrial control systems (ICS) platforms. He is an advocate of the connected grid, a frequent speaker on subjects related to utility telecommunications modernization, and an active supporter of all things networked.

Matt Brown
Matt Brown
Head of Strategy & Business Development, Noteworthy AI

Matt Brown, Head of Strategy & Business Development, Noteworthy AI

Matt is an experienced climate and energy professional and leads Noteworthy AI’s strategy and business development efforts. Noteworthy provides fleet vehicle-mounted smart cameras + AI that help utilities evaluate the condition of the electric distribution grid at-scale while reducing O&M costs.

Matt brings over 15 years of expertise in renewables, distributed energy resources (DERs), energy storage, electric transportation, digital infrastructure for the built environment and carbon markets. Matt has worked within early- and growth-stage climate tech in roles spanning venture investing, startups and consulting.

Previously, Matt led global commercial functions for LO3 Energy, including business development, customer success and corporate strategy. LO3 had commercialized a

first-of-its-kind transactive platform for the power and utilities sector to accelerate the adoption of DERs. Matt developed and executed complex international business development and deployment activities and led product development within a highly regulated, emergent sector of the utilities market.

Chrissy Carr, PE
Chrissy Carr, PE
Chief Engineering Officer, Milhouse Inc.

Chrissy has 33 years of experience in Critical Infrastructure. Experienced and successful in scaling operations, building strategic partnerships, instilling client confidence, and consistently delivering large-scale, highly complex projects on time and on budget. Leads with authenticity and integrity, develops individuals to excel, and fosters a culture of engagement, collaboration, innovation, and accountability. Key member of the executive leadership team, knowledgeable resource, and valued partner in creating critical infrastructure and strengthening productivity. Navigates effectively across organizational levels, functional areas, and colleagues, clients, and team members. Chrissy spent 32 years at Burns & McDonnell Engineering and the past year starting Critical Infrastructure at Essentia.

Tim Doughty
Tim Doughty
Associate, Keller and Heckman LLP

Timothy (Tim) Doughty is an Associate at Keller and Heckman LLP. He works with corporate clients, service providers, and trade associations on legal and regulatory matters before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), courts, and state agencies. Clients seek Tim’s counsel on a broad variety of policy, regulatory, and transactional telecommunications and information technology matters.

Robert Finch
Robert Finch
President, Select Spectrum

Robert Finch is the president and founder of Select Spectrum which provides FCC spectrum license consulting, marketing and brokerage services. Bob was previously VP Spectrum Development for Sprint Nextel where his team was responsible for aggregating 100 MHz of wireless broadband mobile spectrum rights nationwide. Bob holds engineering degrees from U.C. Davis and Stanford.

Jerry Hogan
Jerry Hogan
Director of Engineering & Marketing - Solara Technical Sales

BSEE from the University of Colorado and MBA from the University of Chicago Booth. R&D and technical marketing in power electronics and power systems: AT&T Bell Labs, Texas Instruments, Siemens and Rockwell. Executive management positions at several smaller technical companies.

Saba Khalid
Saba Khalid
Manager in the Energy and Utilities Practice, West Monroe

Saba Khalid is a Manager in the Energy and Utilities Practice at West Monroe. During her tenure here, she has managed telecommunications projects ranging from deployment to strategic roadmaps consolidating and upgrading networks for utility clients. Before West Monroe, Saba worked as an Electrical Engineer within the former GE Energy businesses in various roles and departments. Saba has a Masters in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech and Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook.

Brett Kilbourne
Brett Kilbourne
Senior Vice President, Policy and General Counsel, 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.

Jim McClanahan
Jim McClanahan
Senior Principal, Energy & Utilities practice, West Monroe

Jim McClanahan has over three decades of experience in utility telecommunications and is currently a Senior Principal in West Monroe’s Energy & Utilities practice. Jim has been involved in the business and technical evaluation of PLTE for various clients. He is currently working with a client to evaluate the suitability of various AMI options with a client’s planned PLTE network. He has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tulsa and a Master’s in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University.

Randal Neck
Randal Neck
Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Lockard & White

Randal Neck is Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Lockard & White. His career spans several decades in a variety of networking and telecommunications roles serving the energy industry, including senior and executive positions in engineering, sales and marketing. His experience includes time with businesses of all shapes and sizes, from equipment manufacturers to service providers to energy companies, and from Fortune 50 & 100 multinationals to a sole proprietorship, and several in between. Randal graduated with honors from the University of Louisiana with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

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.

Chris Timberg
Chris Timberg
Senior Manager, Energy & Utilities, West Monroe

Chris Timberg is a Senior Manager with West Monroe Partners in the Energy & Utilities Practice. Chris has been involved in the delivery of several strategic advisory and large capital telecom deployment programs throughout his career. Chris earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and ITIL Foundation certified.





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