Table 1: Communications technology considerations based on various utility’s business needs and regulatory structures Hosted by: Trilliant

Delegates will have the opportunity to reserve a seat at the table of their choice to discuss in-depth specific themes in their interest field. The discussion will be moderated by a specialist in the field.

Beyond Meter Data Management: entering the era of big data in Utilities

  • The problem: Huge data challenges face distributors and retailers in enabling the smart grid. How can we plan for and manage the coming data avalanche?
  • The opportunity: Next, we need to understand the new value in integrating new and existing data sets. What valuable additional insights would be available?
  • The enabling technologies: What are the key characteristics of the platform and architecture to support integrated analytics for our business?
  • The evidence: This has been done before.

Energy retailers’ perspective on the deployment of smart grids in Europe

  • The importance of the customer in the transition to a new smart energy ecosystem
  • The position of the retailer/supplier in the new value chain and the challenges and the opportunities for the retailer/supplier
  • The impact on the information exchange between customers, retailer/suplliers and other roles in the energy ecosystem

Energy retailers’ perspective on the deployment of smart grids in Europe

  • The importance of the customer in the transition to a new smart energy ecosystem
  • The position of the retailer/supplier in the new value chain and the challenges and the opportunities for the retailer/supplier
  • The impact on the information exchange between customers, retailer/suplliers and other roles in the energy ecosystem