European utilities exploring new ways of knowledge sharing
As Italian utility companies, European energy distributors are coping with the different challenges of the smart energy transition. Although nobody has claimed the one single solution for the many challenges ahead, many European energy companies are already actively coming up with different solutions as we speak.
European Utility Week (4-6 November, Amsterdam) has a brand new set up moving away from the traditional exhibition format as you know it; it takes you further along the road of the smart energy future following these 3 general principles around facing challenges:
- No challenge is unique
Attend the free Case Study Programme and hear from 80+ utility speakers about their smart grid project experiences and how they approached operational and technical challenges.
- You cannot always solve a problem on your own
Find technology partners that will provide you with essential assets outside your companies’ expertise, enabling you to approach your challenge with full strength! Use the various onsite and online networking tools available to make your shortlist.
- Think outside of the box!
Keep your eyes open and spot new ways of thinking and creating solutions. Visit the Innovation Hub, talk to Start-ups, watch Dragon Den’s competitions among innovators and join the Innovation Booster workshops.
Want to read more? Read this Smart Utility Guide, explaining about all event features.
All this is included in your free Visitor Pass!
Register via Servizi a rete and have access to:
• All sessions of the 3-day Case Study Programme
• Innovation Workshops at the Innovation Hub
• Networking tools to find your match among 350+ solution providers
• All presentations on demand via Engerati.com (both the Strategic & Case Study Programme sessions)
European Utility Week focuses on five megatrends: The Grid and Renewables – Energy Storage – Smart Metering, ICT & Grid security – Smart Home end users & cities – Smart Water