The response to Smart Utilities Scandinavia has been exceptional, and we are delighted to have attracted some of the most renowned energy experts and key policy & market influencers.
With their fingers firmly on the industry pulse, they will be discussing the region’s hottest issues, such as socio-economic rationale for smart energy, investments and markets, what is next for renewables and how to bring the consumer to the heart of smart grids.
We aim for open debate and bringing opinions of all parties to the fore – be they opponents, proponents or harbingers of new ideas.
To give you a flavour of the event, I list here some of our key speakers:
- Manuel Sánchez Jiménez, Team Leader Smart Grids, DG Energy, European Commission
- Bo Normark, Chief Executive Officer, Power Circle, Sweden
- Jessica Stromback, Executive Director, Smart Energy Demand Coalition
- Peter Børre Eriksen, Head of Systems Analysis, Energinet, Denmark
- Mats Nilsson, Economist, Vattenfall, Sweden
- Timo Liiri, Head of Products and Delivery, Fortum Markets, Finland
- Christian Bang, Partner, EA Energy Analyses, Denmark
- Ingrid Arus, Head of Electricity Markets Department, Elering, Estonia
- Anders Birke, Lead IT Architect, DONG Energy, Denmark
- Einar Hoffmann, Managing IT Architect, DONG Energy, Denmark
- Cecilia Berg, Account Director Industry and Society, Ericsson AB, Sweden
- Hanne Sæle, Research Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway
- Klaus Kursawe, Director Research & Development, European Network for Cyber Security
- Timo Patana, CEO, Oulun Seudun Sähkö, Finland
- Johan Söderbom, Head of Department, Distribution and Sales R&D, Vattenfall AB, Sweden
- Maike van Grootel, Project Manager, Essent/RWE, Netherlands
- Frieder Schmitt, Head of Corporate Department Technology and Innovation, MVV Energie AG, Germany
- Jonas Kamleh, Deputy Head, Urban Development and Climate, Environmental Department, City of Malmö, Sweden
- Peter Sigenstam, Vice President, Head of E.ON Innovation Centre Distribution, Sweden
- Senan McGrath, Chief Technology Officer, ESB E-cars, Ireland
- Susanna Hurtig, Project Manager, E-mobility, Vattenfall, Sweden
With the opening keynote focusing on policy & markets, two simultaneous tracks with over 30 top Scandinavian and European case studies and longer panel debates and discussions with the audience, we are certain there will be a plenty of learning, meeting and networking and many valuable insights to take away.
Join the debate in Stockholm on 17-18 April, and enjoy a special rate saving you € 300 if you register by 15 March.
Plus: use the presentations as a great reference tool throughout the year by adding the audio package to your booking for only € 199.
I look forward to seeing you in Stockholm in April!
P.S. Hear from the best at Smart Utilities Scandinavia 2013 – secure your space before 15 March and save € 300