Vandewettering talks analysis, machine learning and the joys of a database

The Utility Analytics Institute’s Executive Advisory Council (EAC) includes up to two representatives from each member utility. Mari Vandewettering, manager, customer insights at PGE, is a relatively new EAC member. We chatted with her about her life at PGE and how she and the company are working with analytics. UAI:  Tell me about your background. Vandewettering: After obtaining an MBA and a law degree, I practiced law for about two years and then joined Lexis Nexis, a company providing research and analysis services to law firms. When they closed their Portland office (and following about a year off), I joined Portland General Electric (PGE) as a key account representative, working with large commercial and industrial (C&I) accounts and subsequently moved into product development. When Enron purchased PGE, I became a…


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