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Cox CTO Among SCTE Smart Energy Headliners

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EXTON, Pa. -- Joel Babbit, a leading figure in raising awareness of environmentally responsible strategies, will be a headline speaker at the SCTE SEMI (Smart Energy Management Initiative) Forum 2013 in April, the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) announced today. Babbit, CEO and co-founder of the Mother Nature Network, will join Kevin Hart, executive vice president and CTO of Cox Communications and keynote speaker for SEMI Forum 2013, for a conversation on how Mother Nature Network is helping the business community address energy issues. Following Hart’s opening remarks at the Wednesday, April 10 conference in Atlanta, Babbit and Hart will discuss case studies of energy management strategies that have successfully been employed by some of the nation’s leading companies. The cable telecommunications industry’s leading energy management event, SCTE SEMI Forum 2013 will bring together operators, vendors and other experts for discussion of power, density, performance, sustainability and disaster recovery issues. Preliminary events, including working group meetings of the Sustainability Management Subcommittee (SMS) within the ANSI-accredited SCTE Standards Program, are scheduled for Tuesday, April 9. Additional SEMI details, as well as registration, are at http://www.scte.org/semiforum. Cox Communications Inc.

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