Cargas hosts 15th Energy Summit, looks ahead to 2025

October 9, 2023 By    
The next Cargas Energy Summit will be held in 2025. (Photo by Farid Widjaya)

The next Cargas Energy Summit will be held in 2025. (Photo by Farid Widjaya)

Cargas hosted its 15th annual Energy Summit at the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square from Sept. 19-21. A total of 277 professionals from 92 organizations attended this year’s user event.

The event invites all Cargas Energy users – service technicians, back-office employees, and owners and executives – to gather for educational sessions, sneak peeks at upcoming product enhancements and opportunities to connect.

Cargas President and CEO Nate Scott (Photo by Farid Widjaya)

Cargas President and CEO Nate Scott (Photo by Farid Widjaya)

Since 2022, Cargas Energy has seen 67 new software features released over the course of 24 main and beta version releases. The company also added 26 new team members.

“I just want to say thank you to everybody for making the trip to Lancaster,” Cargas President and CEO Nate Scott said to attendees. “It means the world to us. This is such a special event for us, and we gain so much valuable feedback from you.”

The company revealed that it will be implementing artificial intelligence (AI).

“AI can generate amazing images,” Vice President Aaron Cargas said, “but it cannot deliver propane.”

The Cargas Energy Summit is transitioning to a biennial schedule, and the next event will be held Sept. 16-18, 2025.

Cargas, based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is an employee-owned software company for fuel delivery and HVAC service companies. The company recently published its fourth annual Top Technology Trends in Fuel Delivery Benchmarking Report. The research includes data collected from more than 100 fuel dealers about how they’re using technology in a changing industry.

Recently, P3 Propane Safety and Cargas Energy released Phase 2 of their integration, which includes new features developed on behalf of mutual customers shared by the two software platforms. Learn more about this functionality that allows users to quickly view relevant propane safety documentation.

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