The European Utility Week, the annual event connecting the smart utility community, has conducted a survey around what is expected for a new energy future, a sector that is low carbon, affordable and smart. A total of 22 European Utility Week Advisory Committee Members – a consortium of energy experts and utility executives from across Europe – took part in the questionnaire, and the results highlight members’ views on the catalysts and barriers to a new energy future.
Findings from the survey reveal that more consensus is required on the drivers needed to achieve a new energy future in Europe.
EUW 2016 will take place from 15 to 17 November in Barcelona. As the premier business, innovation and information platform connecting the smart utility community, EUW focuses on regional and global developments in grid optimisation, renewables, energy storage, smart metering, smart cities, smart homes, energy services & efficiency, intelligent buildings, data management, analytics and IoT, cyber security, smart gas and smart water. The Hub Session programme looks to offer practical content in the form of dynamic sessions and engaging experts across those industry segments:
The event serves as an annual meeting point for the community and will be attended by 12,000 international visitors, 450 speakers and 600 exhibitors.
Innovation underlines every element of the show with a special focus on connecting people from all levels of the utility value chain from technology giants to start-ups and from senior-level experts to young talent.