The Future of Utilities and The Metering Forum

Venue: London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 10, 2008 End Date/Time: Mar 12, 2008
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Description

Under the twin pressures of security of supply and climate change, the utilities sector is currently at a key juncture in its development. Companies face the challenge of investing to balance supply and demand whilst maintaining focus on sustainability. In addition to this, regulatory frameworks and rising customer demands in a competitive market present a number of financial and operational challenges. The Future of Utilities is now firmly established as a leading industry event, providing a platform for industry leaders to discuss the strategic direction of the sector.

Speakers already confirmed at The Future of Utilities include:

- Sam Laidlaw, Chief Executive Officer, Centrica
- Philip Green, Chief Executive Officer, United Utilities
- José Luis del Valle, Chief Executive Officer, Scottish Power
- Vincent de Rivaz, Chief Executive Officer, EDF Energy
- Ian Marchant, Chief Executive Officer, Scottish and Southern Energy
- Andy Duff, Group Chief Executive Officer, RWE npower
- Basil Scarsella, Chief Executive Officer, Northern Gas Networks
- Nick Winser, Executive Director, Transmission, National Grid
- Dieter Helm, Professor of Energy Policy, University of Oxford

Building on the great success of our 2007 metering event and the established reputation of our industry-leading The Future of Utilities conference, The Metering Forum will provide a platform for key industry figures to explore and debate the key issues currently affecting the sector.

Speakers already confirmed at The Metering Forum include:

- Duncan Sedgwick, Chief Executive Officer, Energy Retail Association
- Philip Davies, Director of GB Markets, Ofgem
- Erik Nordgren, Head of AMR Project, Vattenfall Eldistribution

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Additional Information

Please note: The Metering Forum will be held at different venue to The Future of Utilities conference - The Waldorf Hilton, London on 12th March.