A business, regulatory and technical executive perspective
Nations bring diverse drivers and approaches to the Smart Grid. But there is a unanimous, confirmed urgency to accelerate the development of strong, low-carbon energy systems that help address global issues around energy security, economic growth and climate change. This evolution needs to be accompanied by innovative business models, well-designed policies and suitable technology systems in order to meet the challenge of securing energy that is affordable, safe and sustainable.
The World Smart Grid Forum 2013, which will be held in Berlin from September 23th - 25th, aims to stimulate thought processes that are freed from the technology or commercial restraints of ordinary Smart Grid events.
The forum brings together leaders and technical experts of the global Smart Grid scene to simultaneously intervene, share their expertise and listen.
Matteo Codazzi, CEO at CESI, will take part at the conference on day 3 - Session A4: Evolution of the distribution grid” - with a speech: “Smart distribution grids: different local conditions affect the priorities”.
CESI, a world leading technical consulting and engineering company with over 50 years’ experience, is very active in smart grid both for distribution and transmission with unique references and expertise in economic and technical studies, tailor made software and solutions as well as deployment support.