Kathleen Hyle Speaks at the 2010 KEMA Utility of the Future Forum

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Kathleen Hyle Speaks at the 2010 KEMA Utility of the Future Forum

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    On Thursday, June 24, 2010, Kathleen (Kathi) Hyle spoke to leaders from across the energy industry at the KEMA Utility of the Future 2010 forum in Washington, D.C. about how innovation, competitive markets and policy clarity are the three keys to unlocking the enormous potential the energy industry has to offer to consumers, suppliers and the environment.

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    energy innovation , competitive markets


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