European Utility Week is the annual landmark event for the entire smart utility market, accumulating over 10,000 smart energy stakeholders.
The event comprises an exhibition and conference and is a truly dynamic environment in which you can learn from, network amongst, and do business with international decision makers including representatives from 400+ utility companies.
The exhibition reflects a multitude of organisations from all the major value streams stretching from transmission to the end-user. A syndicate of industry solutions combines to form zones for Innovation, IoT, Storage, Energy Management and Transmission & Distribution so that you have easy access to your areas of interest.
Recently, RWE Effizienz, Verbund, ENGIE and Wiener Netze came on board as Utility Partners, complementing technology giants such as Siemens, Bit Stew, Huawei, Oracle, Cisco, GE Digital Energy, Alstom, Ericsson, Intel and many more. In addition to the exhibition is the notable multi-track Strategic Conference Programme where you can learn from over 130 highly revered industry speakers who gather to discuss future trends and impending implications for the smart energy industry.
The speaker line-up includes CEOs, CTOs, CIOs and VPs from companies such as: Austrian Power Grid, RWE, EDP Distribuição, Fortum New Business, Aspern Smart City Research, UrbanDNA, ERDF, Verbund Solutions, EASE, ProKlima, Riga Energy Agency, Vilniaus Energija.
Hub sessions on the exhibition floor
Unique to this 3-day event is the free content from the conference programme that spills onto the exhibition in the form of Hub Sessions. These sessions include 31 dedicated utility project sessions focusing on real life, first hand utility project experiences and technology innovation. They are available for free to visitors of the exhibition.
European Utility Week is THE platform connecting the global smart energy community. Join us on 3-5 November 2015, Vienna, Austria.
This year’s European Utility Week will be focusing on the introduction of young talent and start-ups into the energy industry.