How to transition to an open, competitive and consumer-embraced sustainable energy economy?


We are happy to announce that Smart Utilities Russia is back in Moscow! On 29-30 January 2013, we will discuss the above and offer a comprehensive portrayal of the Russian power sector – from policy to specific on-the ground-projects.

The conference will have a look at a complex economic and political mix governing the Russian power sector, map out its future development and explore the vast commercial potential for all who take part in the grid modernisation.
The first day of the programme will be dedicated to the strategy, investments and markets vs. policy discussions; the second day will be focused on smart grid projects that have been rolled out nationally, together with European and global perspectives by our guest speakers.

For more information on the conference programme, please go here

At Smart Utilities Russia we guarantee you can:  

  • Learn, network and broker partnerships with 250+ Russian and international utility and power sector experts
  • Assess the market and uncover Russia’s vast and largely untapped commercial potential in electric power developments
  • Benchmark cutting-edge technologies and expertise in the niche international supplier pavilion

Registration is open! Do not miss the chance to meet 250+ industry experts to debate Russia’s energy future.

ALL utility representatives get free passes  – if you work for an energy supplier, network operator, or distributor please contact before December 1st  to claim your complimentary pass for Smart Utilities Russia.

If you are a technology and services provider or industry consultant – book now and save €400! Register before December 1st and SAVE €400 off the full registration fee.
For more information, please contact us:
Speaking Opportunities

Aida Mezit
Conference Manager
Phone: +31 346 290 814

Exhibition / Sponsoring
Farid Soebrati
Head of Smart Energy Sales – Europe
Phone: +31 346 290 789

PS: Join Smart Utilities Russia and discuss how to transition to a sustainable energy economy in Russia