Final preparations are underway for the 2nd Annual Smart Grids Europe, which will take place from March 29-31 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. With less than one month to go, there has already been a phenomenal response from European utility professionals. In 2010, Smart Grids Europe will be co-located with Europe’s premium utility transmission and distribution conference, Transmission & Distribution Europe and expects to attract over 800 professionals together.
The smart grid technology is here, and the potential it offers is enormous. But amid all the hype, you might be asking yourself:
What exactly can and cannot smart grids do?
- Is smart grid actually the answer for my utility or just for a select few?
- If technology is developing so fast, when do I take the plunge to invest?
- How do I go about justifying and procuring a new smart grid?
Project Managers from major utilities such as Alliander, BC Hydro, EDF, EDP Distribução, ENEL, Enexis, ESB, Joulz, Scottish & Southern Energy, and others will give you an inside assessment of the benefits and business case for their smart grid project.
…and best of all, we have assembled 25 of Europe’s leading smart grid executives to guide you through the smart grid menu of choices so that you will leave the conference with the knowledge you need to justify your smart grid implementation.
Smart Grids Europe will provide you up-to-date assessment of major smart grid initiatives, which allow you to define if smart grid is the answer for your utility. Learn about smart grid, understand the benefits it can bring, network with other utilities, consultants and vendors and make sure you stay ahead of the curve! Attending Smart Grids Europe means you will find out how to progress your smart grid implementation and build your smart grid business case.
Register for Smart Grids Europe today. Don’t delay – there is limited space, book now to avoid disappointment.
For more information regarding this event, please contact:
Conference Manager: Marie-Louise van Rossum-Marks
Phone: +31 346 290 778
Event website: www.smartgrids-europe.com