Digital conference features sessions for propane marketers

March 31, 2020 By    

National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) President and CEO Steve Kaminski will kick off the Energize 2020 Digital Conference on April 8 for a day of educational sessions from propane marketers and technology solution providers. The new online event is designed to share best practices that will help propane marketers cut costs and improve profitability in 2020.

Please Fill Out The Following Fields.The conference, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern, features 14 speakers and eight sessions, including topics such as:

  • The state of the delivered fuel industry.
  • The future of innovation in delivered fuel.
  • Marketing ideas to wrangle will calls.

Propane marketer panels comprise two sessions in particular. “Delivering fuel in an uncertain time” will cover the challenges of warmer winters, competing energy sources and the current national emergency brought on by the COVID-19 coronavirus, and how businesses are even more crucial to their customers. “Tank monitoring at scale” will focus on propane marketers running a large percentage of their business using tank monitoring data and share what that means for their operations.

Cargas, Cetane Associates, Qualpay and Tank Utility are serving as sponsors for the virtual event, which also features a vendor hall showcasing products from conference partners.

The Energize 2020 Digital Conference gives fuel dealers the opportunity to connect and participate in educational sessions despite the cancellation of the 2020 NPGA Southeastern Convention & International Propane Expo, the companies say. The Propane Expo was scheduled for April 6-8 in Nashville, Tennessee, before the coronavirus pandemic forced its cancellation.

Registration is free and provides access to the educational sessions and session recordings.

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