Vision, strategy, implementation and outside-in perspectives

Published: Wed 26 Aug 2015
A blog entry by European Utility Week Vienna, Austria

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European Utility Week Vienna, Austria
Europe's leading Smart Energy event

European Utility Week Vienna, Austria's Blog

Big names, gaining momentum!


Being in good company is crucial for doing business, and at European Utility Week you will be doing just that!
Recently, RWE Effizienz, Verbund, ENGIE and Wiener Netze came on board as Utility Partners, complementing technology giants such as Siemens, Bit Stew, Huawei, Oracle, Cisco, GE Digital Energy, Alstom, Ericsson, Intel and many more.
Besides the big names on the show floor, it's the big names in our speaker line-up that make European Utility Week the place for end-to-end learning that helps your company and teams grow.

Join 200 utility leaders on the Hubs


"Utilities gain from looking at other utilities" says ESB Network's Anthony Walsh.
But where can you really meet with the utility and hear from their project experiences? 
European Utility Week's free to attend Hub Sessions give you a first-hand look into the technologies and innovative approaches utilities are using today. 
Featured presentations include: EDP Distribuição, Vattenfall Electricity Distribution, Iberdrola, ERDF, Alliander, ENEL Green Power, EDF, E.ON Gas Storage, SEAS-NVE, ESB, British Gas, EnBW, Wien Energie and Services Industriels de Genève.
It happens on the hubs!
After the successful launch of last year’s Hub Sessions on the exhibition floor, we have extended this programme and have added many new and exciting features, sessions and formats.
We are excited to have such a wide representation of the smart energy community confirmed: from industry heavyweights such asRWE’s Head of Innovation to valuable outside in perspectives from AXA Insurances in France.
As always, your feedback is appreciated and don't forget to reserve your seat before September 26 to get your smart rate discount.
Warm regards,
Paddy Young
Show Director European Utility Week