GridWeek International Summit: A Gateway to the Global Smart Grid Market
It’s a small world, after all. Despite global differences in Smart Grid deployments, many nations are facing the same early-stage hurdles -- consumer education, standards, interoperability and the development of a grid-friendly regulatory environment. International collaboration is key for Smart Grid success, and GridWeek 2011 provides the global forum for international best-practice sharing and networking.
GridWeek Makes the World … Smaller: Exposing and understanding the latest global trends, GridWeek 2011 will bring international delegates together to make the Smart Grid community feel smaller, while creating a networking environment to enable tremendous business opportunities. Key topics addressed will include:
GridWeek’s International Summit to Foster Global Trade: Recognizing huge opportunities for international trade, key U.S. government agencies have played an instrumental role in driving a robust Smart Grid agenda for GridWeek’s International Summit. These agencies include the:
International Summit to Bring Best Global Speakers and Perspectives to Forefront: The International Summit in 2011 is bringing together high-powered Smart Grid leaders representing all parts of the world:
A focus on emerging markets: India
In effort to highlight huge Smart Grid growth markets, like India, GridWeek 2011 will bring key leaders to explore the issues and opportunities related to these massively expanding markets. A tribute to GridWeek’s role in Smart Grid, three high-level, energy-focused government dignitaries from India -- including the highest level cabinet member Sushil Kumar Shinde, Secretary of Power-- will shed light on these opportunities at GridWeek.
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