The European Utilities Telecom Council is getting ready for its annual conference that will be held in the Marriott Hotel in Warsaw 24 – 26 October 2012. So should you!
The European Utility Telecom Conference is the largest gathering of telecommunications and technology executives from Europe’s utilities and their technology partners.
Four reasons to join us in Warsaw
Registration IS OPEN!
A unique event
The European Utility Telecom Conference is the only European event dedicated to energy & utility professionals from Europe’s gas, water and electricity utilities, and increasingly those from the Middle East, Africa, and South America. The conference is designed to meet the needs of senior European executives from utilities, pipelines and other critical infrastructure companies as well as their technology and financial partners who have responsibilities for managing all internal telecom networks as well as developing new telecom ventures. Government regulators looking for innovative ways to promote economic development and consultants looking to provide advisory services should also attend.
A modern European city with a vibrant cultural life
Warsaw, the capital of Poland is a bustling city and features an unforgettable history. With its museums, palaces and art scenes, Warsaw is a historical city among some of the most amazing in the world. At the same time, Warsaw is a modern commercial and financial centre with chic restaurants and luxury shopping as well as a vibrant nightlife.Fascinating historic districts, great shopping, and a hopping events calendar are only some of what you can expect when you visit Warsaw.
Warsaw also boasts a friendly population of hospitable people that are welcoming and genuine, giving travelers a unique look into the culture of this natural beauty.
Don’t miss our EUTC conference held in a unique atmosphere !
Be challenged with a new way of thinking about smart Grids
The conference will address the ICT issues facing utility companies as all sectors look to develop greater intelligence in core infrastructure networks. The challenge is to explore "Evolution Rather Than Revolution to the Creation of Smart Networks.
It’s all about networking
Sessions offer a dynamic approach, allowing great interaction between attendees and speakers. We also offer plenty of occasions to network with your peers during our informal breakfasts, coffee breaks and lunches and a prestigious gala. Meet a provider that has a product that is the answer to your needs, at the exhibition connected to the conference.
All networking breaks will take place in the exhibition areas, allowing you to take time to tour the exhibition and meet the different technology representatives.
Who should Attend?
The conference is designed to meet the needs of senior European executives from utilities, pipelines and other critical infrastructure companies as well as their technology and financial partners who have responsibilities for managing all internal telecom networks as well as developing new telecom ventures. Government regulators looking for innovative ways to promote economic development by encouraging utility telecom ventures should also attend.
European Utilities Telecom Council or EUTC is the trade association for telecom and IT professionals at European utilities. EUTC understands that technology is rapidly changing the role of telecom in Europe’s electric, gas and water utilities, energy companies, and other critical infrastructure companies. As utilities use their vast knowledge to create networks to support energy interconnections as we move to 2020, EUTC supports their efforts with education, networking, benchmarking and resources. For more information visit www.eutc.org.
In November 2008, EUTC was selected by the European Commission to lead a Thematic Network on ICT for Smart Distributed Generation. The European reference place where stakeholders in the telecommunications services sector will meet with stakeholders within the local distributed power generation sector, the manufacturers of local renewable sources and the distribution system operators. The Network will allow both communities of stakeholders to step forward towards a consensus on the best technologies and applications that will benefit our society. For more information visit ict4smartdg.eutc.org