The 2020 UTC Telecom & Technology Conference is your opportunity to join thousands of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professionals and technology partners! Learn from leading experts in the telecom field and enjoy unparalleled collaboration, education, and one-on-one engagement opportunities with the industry’s top decision makers.


Preliminary Agenda NOW ONLINE!! – Click Here


T&T 2020 will consist of 8 educational tracks:


  1. Wireless/Spectrum
  2. Security
  3. IT/OT
  4. Utility of the Future
  5. Infrastructure / Utilisite
  6. Broadband
  7. Policy
  8. Emerging Technology

To learn more about these tracks please visit the bottom of the page.

8/18/2020: Pre-Conference Workshops
Two training options (Not included in the full conference registration fee. You must select either option with your conference registration if you wish to pay for it now)


**Please select “Pre-Conference Training Only” if you will not attend the full UTC conference. If you are attending the full conference with pre-conference training, please choose “Attendee” and select your training option**


  • Training Option 1: Microwave Path Analysis by Nokia
  • Training Option 2:  Fiber Optic Training – Pole-Plant and End-Device By Graybar, Hubbell Power Systems, Signify (Phillips Lighting), VIAVI & OFS


Your 2020 UTC TELECOM & TECHNOLOGY SUPERPASS includes access to networking events such as the Clam Digger Social, after gala cigar party, and 2020 UTC closing party; as well as conference meals, education sessions & full show floor access.

Membership must be in good standing at the time of registration to receive the member rate.

*SUPERPASS Full Conference Rate* (includes networking, education sessions, cigar & closing party & show floor access)

**(Electric, Water & Gas) Full Conference SUPERPASS Rate (includes networking, education sessions, cigar & closing party & show floor access)

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*UTC Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be submitted in writing 10 business days before the cutoff date of the event 3/17/2020, and received by UTC on or before midnight EST 3/17/2020 and will be charged a 25% cancellation fee. After the cancellation date, all registrants will be liable for the full registration fee. Written cancellation notices can be emailed to No verbal cancellations will be accepted, this includes voicemail messages.

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T&T 2020 Track Descriptions


  • Wireless/Spectrum –Spectrum is a necessity for utility wireless communications network. This track will have the latest on industry trends and other essential intelligence that your utility needs to know.
  • Security –  Securing the electricity grid is a never-ending job. In this track, we will explore how different utilities are managing all kinds of threats to their systems. If you are responsible for securing your utility’s networks and/or infrastructure, this track is for you.
  • IT/OT – As utilities modernize their grids, the engagement between Information Technology and Operational Technology (IT/OT) teams is essential. This track will feature case studies and lessons learned. Find out how utilities and their vendor partners are working to integrate these two functions within their organizations.
  • Utility of the Future – The Utility of the Future is here. This track will explore the cutting-edge technologies utilities are deploying across the country. Hear from your colleagues as they discuss trends, case studies, and best practices. The future is here; are you ready?
  • Infrastructure / Utilisite – The hype has certainly preceded it, but 5G technology is coming to a pole near you. With the telecommunications industry prepping for an all-out onslaught to deploy as many small-cellular devices on your infrastructure as quickly and cheaply as possible, this track will give you the insights your utility needs.
  • Broadband –  Utilities are empowering broadband deployment across the U.S. Instead of asking for federal involvement, utilities of all stripes are finding ways to connect their communities to the internet and beyond. This track will feature a broad cross-section of the utility industry and their vendor partners about how they are answering the call to bridge the Digital Divide.
  • Policy – With the energy and telecommunications industries becoming more interdependent, the U.S. approach to energy and telecom policies are under the microscope. This track will cover the latest from Washington and beyond on spectrum, resilience, drone policies, and much more. As these industries converge, so too much the policies governing them. Get the latest info on this track.
  • Emerging Technology – The Emerging Technologies Track will explore developing technologies or technologies new to the utility of ICT industry and the latest technologies practical applications to today’s utility industry challenges.