Smart Grid International Forum


Senior Editor
Gruppo Italia

There are several active smart grids technology implementations, but the system still does not take off driven down by the cost of hardware implementation and the need between distributed generation and grid stability. Are there business models that foster this sustainable process without allowing it to fall on taxpayers? And what are the obstacles to develop the system as a whole? We will try to understand it by comparing players at the antipodes of the globe with different realities and issues, to better understand how to deal with change and how, from success stories and challenges, guiding the development of an industry that, at least it is certain, is our next tomorrow.

Session Location / Room: 
Hub Theatre A
This Session is part of the following track: 
Tue 15 Nov 11:45 to 13:00

India Smart Grid Forum

Managing Director
Advanced Energy Centre

Panel: Smart Grid International Forum: Opportunity, Financial Model and Best Practices to Export in the World

  • What are the obstacles to develop the system as a whole?

  • What business models to consider that foster this sustainable process?

  • What similarities or differences do we see when comparing players at the antipodes of the globe?

  • What success stories and case studies are out there that we can learn from?

More panelists to be announced


Senior Editor
Gruppo Italia
Tue 15 Nov 13:00 to 13:30

Senior Analyst
Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Global Overview of Smart Grid and Smart Energy Developments and Investments

From Global Utility Week Series in partnership with Bloomberg Energy Finance

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