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Cologne, Germany
7-8 March 2017

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    The only European forum on realising the potential of IoT in energy

Internet of Energy Conference at a glance

Early confirmed speakers include

Top 5 IoT case studies you will learn from:

  • Discover how Alliander are using crypto currency to promote a new generation of energy sharing

  • Hear from Enedis on building the correct infrastructure to support the growing ‘Energy internet’

  • Understand how ENGIE are using IoT to deloy a wealth new customer-centric services

  • Discover how ENEL are championing a new era of grid-to-vehicle services enabled though IoT technologies

  • Hear how Duke Energy is leveraging emerging technologies to isolate faults and support the deployment of the self-healing grid

EXCLUSIVE KEYNOTE: The journey towards the ‘Internet of Energy’

The energy industry is changing; traditional forms of generation no longer offer the earning capacity they once did. Moreover, while the development of the next generation of smart grids is crucial if Europe is to achieve its shared goal of 40% decarbonisation by 2030 what business opportunities does this transformation offer? How can energy providers find new ways to profit from grid capabilities in an age of disruption? And how can you establish yourself as a market frontrunner?

In this visionary keynote, discover how the ‘Internet of Things’ is transforming the operational efficiency of the grid and driving significant cost savings. Plus, find out how IoT is enabling new business models and transforming the energy value chain at all levels.

Facilitated by: Christian Buchel – Deputy-CEO, Chief Digital and International Officer, Enedis (ex-ERDF), and Vice-Chairman, EDSO for Smart Grids

Why should you attend the Internet of Energy?

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    Take away proven results

An icon of a user talking on a laptopTake away proven results – See case studies that will strengthen your IoT business case

An icon showing return on investmentUnlock new sources of revenue – Gain understanding of new business models enabled by IoT

An icon of a lightbulbPractical and interactive workshops – Understand how to engage and incentivise customers with the Smart Home

An icon of a blue padlockIndustry experts and regulators – Hear how to stay compliant with changing policy and data privacy concern

An icon of two hands shaking15+ hours of networking – Collaborate with the energy ecosystem and brainstorm how IoT data sharing can enable grid efficiency

Who should attend?

Attendees will include:

This conference has been created to meet the needs of Electrical Utilities, Transmission networks (TSO) and Distribution networks (DSO).

The Internet of Energy will bring together key players in the IoT and energy world, therefore anyone with a keen interest in the energy industry is encouraged to come.

As well as having a group of qualified and interested delegates coming, you can expect to see:

  • C-Levels

  • VPs

  • Directors and Heads of Asset Management

  • Smart Grid

  • Future Networks

  • Innovation and many more.

Sponsors

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The Venue

Our Partners

Organiser and Official Media Partner

 

Research Partner

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Official TV Partner

 

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Media Partners

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Supporting Associations

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Other Partners

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