Sponsor the Premier Grid Modernization Event in the Northwest

Become a sponsor for the GridFWD 2018 event on October 10-11, 2018 at the Pinnacle Harbourfront Hotel in Vancouver, BC. You’ll have the chance to help shape the agenda about how to build a more resilient and efficient modern grid for our region. Raise the level of awareness for what your organization is planning and doing in demand management, system flexibility, analytics, automation and other grid modernization efforts in the Northwest. Click here to download the prospectus.

Three Levels of Sponsorship

Being a sponsor is the best way to ensure you have access to the people, content and ideas at the Summit. Now is the time to lock in your place at the show. Email Bryce at by@smartgridnw.org.

    Lead – $7500

    • 6 passes to GridFWD
    • Top recognition at event and in marketing materials (brochure, signage, website, emails, etc.)
    • Preferred display table space (Details TBD)
    • Mention during introduction, lunch and plenary sessions
    • Mutually determined prominent speaking opportunity at the Summit
    • Invitation to VIP activity (Details TBD)
    • Invitation to core event steering committee
    • List of attendees (before and after event)

    Premier - $5000

    • 4 passes to GridFWD
    • Recognition at event and in marketing materials
    • Display table space (space permitting, details TBD)
    • Opportunity for session speaking opportunity at the Summit
    • Up to 3 direct introductions/connections
    • List of attendees (before and after event)

    Supporting - $3000

    • 2 passes to GridFWD
    • Recognition at event and in marketing materials
    • List of attendees (after event)

    Sponsor GridFWD

    Contact Bryce Yonker, by@smartgridnw.org

    Thank You to Our Initial Sponsors


    Smart Grid Northwest is a trade association with a mission to promote, grow and enable the smart grid industry and infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest. Our membership comprises utilities, technology solution providers, universities, government agencies and industry advocates from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. These members, our advisors and our partners all work together to advance the smart grid through education, public policy and planning and implementation. Learn more at www.smartgridnw.org.