It's hard to manage what you don't measure!

Learn how to track and analyze 15-minute energy usage data to optimize your energy use and reduce costs. In one hour, you’ll learn how EIS can help you:
  • Visually track your energy use
  • Identify opportunities to reduce your peak demand
  • Evaluate the impact of equipment and operational changes on your energy costs
  • Analyze your historical data to compare service plans

Register today.
Wednesday, April 26th, 2023
11:00 am to noon

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About the Speakers

1643304838-13b7a9c45e3ae46e Trevor Swanson
Program Manager, APS

Trevor Swanson is the Program Manager for the APS Solutions for Business Program. Trevor was in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, working as an electrician and nuclear propulsion plant supervisor on submarines. Since retiring, Trevor spent 14 years in healthcare facilities management before joining APS. Trevor holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Nuclear Engineering Technology from Thomas Edison State College, a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and has held the title of Certified Energy Manager since 2006.

1681324348-53d37ddc464aeb9c Cody Graves
President, Automated Energy Inc.

Cody Graves is President of Automated Energy, Inc. (AEI –, a leading provider of Customer Engagement tools for utilities and Energy Information Services for businesses. AEI is currently monitoring over 5,000 MW of electric consumption on a daily basis for businesses and utilities across all 50 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

Graves is a former Chairman of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, where he served as a member from August 1991 until June 1997. Graves has previously served as a member of the Board of Directors for The Center for the Advancement of Energy Markets (CAEM), the Executive Committee of the National Energy Marketers Association, the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners’ Committee on Electricity, the Oklahoma Natural Gas Policy Commission, the Consumer Energy Council of America Electric Restructuring Forum, and the Harvard Electricity Policy Group.

Prior to his service on the Commission, Graves practiced law at the Oklahoma City law firm of Crowe & Dunlevy and worked nine years on the staff of United States Senator David L. Boren, where he served as Legislative Director and Legal Counsel.

Graves received a Bachelor of Arts degree, with Honors, from the University of Oklahoma. While working on the staff of Senator Boren, Graves earned his Juris Doctorate at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he served as an Editor on The Tax Lawyer.

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