E.ON Czech Republic presents asset management best practices in Prague


50% increase of electrical energy demand in the next 20 years – will demands exceed network capabilities?


The electrical energy demand is expected to grow with 50% in the upcoming 20 years. As a result, network operators will have to invest in their infrastructure to ensure security of energy supply. The difficult task to match supply and demand will raise some tough questions. Nobody really knows what the impact of the smart energy transformation will be. However, one thing is clear – network investments have to be made to move forward.

Utilities are therefore forced to make massive strategic decisions in terms of:

  • Investment strategies – how to ensure ROI and secure energy supply?
  • How to avoid an overload in the current system when integrating massive amounts of renewable energy sources?
  • How to implement new systems to ensure efficient network management?
  • How to use smart meter data for effective load balancing?
  • How to achieve grid optimisation to avoid costly upgrade investments?

Do you know what needs to happen to prepare for the smart energy transformation and secure future energy supply?

Don’t be left in the dark and join the 2-day Smart Utilities Central & Eastern Europe conference. This is the platform to meet the leading minds of regional utilities. Hear their perspectives on how to achieve smart network management and prepare your infrastructure for the smart energy transformation to come.

Join the debate in Prague on 15-16 May and learn from:

Mr. David Safar, Head of Asset Management Strategy, E.ON, Czech Republic, who will discuss the impact of new challenges such as renewable energy integration on current grid infrastructures. Make sure to benefit from his perspective on grid optimisation to avoid costly investments in capacity upgrades.

Mr. Zdenek Hruska, Member of ENTSO-E, who will present the 10-year network development plan to coordinate future grid development, followed by scenarios and visions into the year 2030. Take advantage of the experience from an entire European network of transmission system operators.   

Attend Smart Utilities Central & Eastern Europe and maximise your time out of the office by returning with new contacts, fresh perspectives and practical tips from the region’s key players – all in just 2 days!

I look forward to seeing you in Prague in May!

Kind regards,

Elisabeth Brusse
Portfolio Director

P.S. With limited seats available, make sure not to miss out on CEE’s leading smart utility event and register today!