Adam Meranda is director of revenue and rate strategy for Florida Power & Light. In this role, he focuses on emerging trends, technologies and policies which impact FPL’s electric utility, including key regulatory and rate design strategies around solar, battery storage, electric vehicles and energy efficiency.
Mr. Meranda previously served as director of smart grid and innovation where he was responsible for strategies to upgrade grid system technology to improve situational awareness, leveraging the Power Delivery Diagnostic Center (PDDC) and FPL’s data science capabilities. He also served as general manager of central maintenance and construction and manager of the Power Delivery quality and analytics team. In these roles, Mr. Meranda was awarded multiple patents for using smart grid data to predict and prevent customer power outages. He also participated and led teams to win NextEra Energy’s James L. Broadhead Competition in 2016 and 2017, the corporation’s highest quality award.
Before joining FPL, Mr. Meranda worked as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and automated assembly process manager for Harris Corporation, a defense electronic company located in Melbourne, Florida. Adam also worked as an industrial engineer for Cintas Corporation, the largest U.S. supplier of industrial work uniforms.
May 7, 2019
3:15 - 4:30
Our panel of utility experts will share their perspectives on the wave of emerging technologies becoming available to address sustainability and resilience challenges, including solutions in storage, microgrids, and renewables. Join the discussion to learn about the relationship between data and these emerging solutions.