Tackling the Smart Grid Value Challenge

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GridWeek Recognizes Industry Initiatives

Extracting Value:
Pecan Street Project

Taming Complexity:
SGIP

Smart Policy:
Green Button Initiative

Tackling the Smart Grid Value Challenge:
Managing Utility and Industry Complexity

The utility industry is facing complexity on two levels. The external complexities of a changing energy industry -- including policy uncertainty and the falling price of natural gas -- as well as the internal complexities of managing their own Smart Grid systems -- complete with a broader system view, big data, and cyber security challenges.

Today’s utility professionals are buried in the day-to-day challenges of managing new Smart Grid systems, while evaluating Smart Grid’s future amidst changing industry dynamics.

GridWeek will explore how -- despite complexity -- utilities can derive value from: (1) existing Smart Grid systems and (2) future Smart Grid investments.  These issues will be explored in tracks dedicated to:

  • Big drivers, including global and industry challenges and opportunities
  • Utility business, including intra-utility challenges, such as value creation, new business models, and managing system complexity
  • Showcase, providing a closeup view of Smart Grid progress to date
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International Audience Adds Perspective

Connecting U.S. Solution Providers with Global Customers

As utilities grapple with new industry and utility challenges, GridWeek is gathering the largest-to-date delegation of international Smart Grid experts in 2012 as part of the Department of Commerce (DOC) International Buyer Program (IBP). The international delegation at GridWeek will:

  • Offer insights and lessons learned from global deployments that have overcome similar complexities -- with at least one non-U.S. participant on each GridWeek panel.
  • Include international utility buyers looking to understand U.S. technologies and best practices.
  • Provide opportunities for global networking and relationship building.

More about International buyers...

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Who Should Attend

Once a year, leaders gather in Washington DC at the only international conference focused on Smart Grid.

A must for Utilities...

  • US Utility executives
  • Global Utility leaders
  • Public and private Utilities

Government leaders...

  • National, state & local
  • Policy makers
  • Regulators & commissioners

Industry leaders...

  • Integrators & consultants
  • Power & technology vendors
  • Innovators and R&D

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