The energy transformation of Scandinavia is built on a simple premise that we need to move away from the traditional model of demand dictating supply and towards demand intelligently responding to supply.
Bearing in mind the carbon emission targets, progressive policy, abundance of wind and hydro, and new technologies capable of balancing demand, the Nordic countries are in a strong position to be the first global region to roll out smart energy.
This opens unparalleled opportunities for all market players – from incumbent energy giants to small energy suppliers, from technology companies with established products to new market players, and to consumers themselves entering energy markets.
Attached here is the Smart Utilities Scandinavia 2013 brochure with the full conference programme showcasing Nordic’s best smart approaches and projects, presented by some of the most renowned regional experts.
Have a read and find out how you can benefit from all the insights and practical tips provided at the event.
Join us in Stockholm on 17-18 April to make sure you are prepared for the exciting, but also challenging times ahead, as we are taking the route towards full energy transformation in Scandinavia.
- More varied energy companies’ perspectives than any related Scandinavian conference
Find out about strategic and business perspectives of regional utilities in the Nordics and their plans for smart transformation. Our speakers include representatives from: Vattenfall, Fortum, E.ON, Dong Energy, European Commission, Dansk Energi, SINTEF, City of Malmö and many others
- Some of the most advanced regional projects, setting a blueprint for future development
Learn about Smart Grid Gotland, EcoGrid, Smart City Malmö, Fortum’s advanced consumer engagement programmes, Norwegian DeVid pilot, The Faroe Island PowerHuband many more
- Most significant in European developments and projects
Hear about the latest in heat pump and VPP technologies by Delta Energy UK; Europe’s most advanced e-mobility projects by ESB, Ireland; consumer behaviour by a premium Dutch research institute, TNO; the Moma smart grid project by MVV Energie, Germany
- Find out the latest in the market through open discussions
Take part in a number of open debates and panel discussions – your time to question and learn first-hand from the experts
Be part of the Nordic smart energy community – register by 15 March for a special offer saving you € 300 off the conference fee.
I look forward to seeing you in Stockholm in April!
P.S. We invite you to have a look at the Smart Utilities Scandinavia 2013 brochure to see what role you can play in Europe’s most mature energy region