Bringing the Digital Transformation Ahead
ACI is pleased to announce that the 4th edition of Digital Utilities Europe will take place in London, UK on the 8th & 9th May 2019.
The conference will once again bring together key industry stakeholders to address current challenges of the digitisation in the utilities sector. Join us in London to receive expert insights on business cases, financial aspects and technological advancements in the industry through latest case studies, discussions and interactive networking sessions focusing on latest innovation and technology, cyber security, customer experience and much more.
Early Confirmed Speakers Include:
Luca Ceriani, Chief Digital Officer – Alperia
Holger Wiechmann, Senior Manager Digital & Smart Energy – EnBW
Jouni Pylvanainen, Head of Strategic Development – Elenia
Marina Lombardi, Head of New Technologies & Innovation – Enel
Edwin Edelenbos, Manager of Strategy – Netbeheer Nederland
James Johnston, CEO / Co-Founder – Piclo
Rebecca Yates, Policy and Public Affairs Manager – Smart Energy GB
Klaas Hommes, Business Development Customers & Markets – TenneT
Key Topics Include:
Improving Customer Experience with Seamless Technologies to Activate the Consumer
Resilient Infrastructures – One of the Biggest Challenges for the Energy Transition
Assessing the Operational Advantages of Moving Data to Cloud Services
Benefitting the Industry through Collaboration between DSO’s & TSO’s
Collecting Smart Meter Data to Improve and Develop Grid Management
Maintaining Grid Security throughout the Transition to Decentralised Networks
The Challenge of Forecasting Load Demands alongside Renewable Technologies
Discussing the Implications of Electric Vehicles for the Utilities Industry
Adapting to the Emergence of Residential Photovoltaic Systems and Batteries
2018 Edition Attendee Breakdown:
20% Early Bird Discount Expires on 30th November –
Book Today for £1,355 Only!
The event is designed with special interest of CIO’s, CTO’s, CDO’s and Heads of Digital Innovation, IT, solutions and new technologies of: Power generation, transmission, distribution & supply companies, utilities, electricity retailers TNOs/TSOs & DNOs/DSOs, Water & gas utilities companies, Communications providers, data processing, analytics, services providers & consultants.