Today’s utilities are not only looking at educating their consumers about the benefits of the Smart Grid but also to better understand their energy consumption needs. The smart home market is accelerating at a fast pace. With government’s increased emphasis and support of energy efficiency programmes and technology providers leading the way with innovative solutions the next boom will be the evolution of smart technologies and appliances for “griders”, the future smart grid consumers.
- How to actively involve the consumers to achieve the energy targets and control peak demand
- What is needed for the utility to link to the smart home system
- What are the results of the latest smart housing development projects in the region
- Who will provide and support the smart home technology to the customers?
- What are the smart appliances drivers and trends
If you wish to receive the latest insights in allowing your customers to “opt-in” to the Smart Grid the Smart Utilities Australia & New Zealand 2010 post-event conference SMART HOMES ANZ 2010 will be the perfect platform for you to hear about the latest developments from the leading stakeholders in this growing area of interest to the utilities.
Smart Utilities Australia & New Zealand 2010, incorporating the 8th Smart Metering, Billing & CRM and Smart Grids conference is the region’s largest conference and exhibition focusing on the latest in smart metering, smart grids and smart homes. The event will provide you with a comprehensive programme focusing on the latest developments in the electricity and water utility industry, providing you with new insights, lessons learned from abroad and great networking opportunities with utility industry colleagues from the region and beyond. Whether you are representing a retailer or a distributor the 3-in-1 concept will provide interesting content tailored to your needs.
Take this opportunity to share your view with the international smart metering, smart grids and smart homes experts from leading regional electricity distributors, retailers and water utilities including CitiPower and Powercor, SP AusNet, UED, EnergyAustralia, Simply Energy, AGL, Synergy, TRUenergy, Hydro Tasmania, Red Energy, ActewAGL, Powershop, Ergon Energy, ENERGEX, Yarra Valley Water, Jemena, South East Water, Goteborg Energi Sweden, Vector New Zealand and Western Power.