The present and the future
The aim of the Forum is to stimulate thought processes that are freed from the technology or commercial restraints of ordinary Smart Grid events. It will build on real world cases and just the right level of technical insights to:
- analyze and crystallize key Smart Grid success factors
- develop the decision matrix that will bring projects to broad implementation
- outline a clear path forward.
The challenges ahead
After establishing what the Smart Grid situation is today, the Forum will spend time identifying the future challenges posed by the development of complex interconnected and interdependent systems, including:
- risk Management (energy security and safety)
- implications for present day planning
- major trends and migration steps (what, when and where)
- potential short, medium and long-term cost savings
- evaluation of energy efficiency potential
- policy and regulatory requirements
- opportunities of innovation and value creation.
Who should attend?
In hosting the World Smart Grid Forum 2013, IEC, SGCC (State Grid Corporation of China) and VDE, the German Association for Electrical, Electronic & Information Technologies, will bring together CEOs and technical experts from the global Smart Grid scene to share their expertise, listen and learn to derive concrete lessons from Smart Grid experience so far.
The event will provide participants with a framework of interactive sessions, as well as invaluable networking opportunities with other key global stakeholders from industry, regulators and utilities.
Decisions and recommendations published in strategy paper
The concrete outcomes of the Forum will be published immediately following the event in a strategy paper comprising decisions and recommendations that will define the path towards strong Smart Grids, Smart Communities and Smart Cities.
Be part of the solution
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to draft the most efficient path forward to make the Smart Grid vision a reality. Register today!
IEC work on Smart Grids
Smart Grids are key to future energy security because without them, existing power networks will become increasingly unreliable, will not be able to integrate renewable energy sources or decentralized power generation.