2nd Annual Smart Grids Asia

Venue: Pan Pacific Hotel

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Nov 02, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 05, 2010
Registration Date: Nov 01, 2010
Early Registration Date: Oct 01, 2010
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2 – 5 November 2010, Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore

Smart Grids are a necessary step to overcome inefficient and unreliable electricity infrastructure, where sources of supply are constrained to mostly coal fired generation sources that are contributing to massive carbon emissions.

Great opportunities exist to implement a Smart Grid that can provide sustainable and clean distributed energy resources and thus reduce Asia’s carbon footprint. Moreover, Governments in Asia have realized the importance of the smart grid and are beginning to formulate frameworks to support future deployment.

The 2nd Annual Smart Grids Asia Summit this 2 – 5 November 2010 in Singapore is the premier power transmission and distribution industry event for the region and provides an important platform for you to invest in Asia’s future smart grid opportunities and projects.

Smart Grids Asia 2010 will bring together local and international representatives from the power transmission and distribution sectors, electricity policy drivers and regulators with information, communication and technology companies to discuss the implementation of leading edge digital technology to enable an intelligent and efficient electricity network.

Find out what Singapore, Australia, India, Japan and Korea have in store to achieve their national smart grid and learn from internationally renowned smart grid case studies and demonstration projects all the way from the US, UK, Canada, Netherlands, Greece and Sweden.

Following on from the successful Smart Grids Asia 2009 conference that attracted 250+ delegates from across the region, Smart Grids Asia 2010 will identify new partnerships and business opportunities in Asia, the fastest growing transmission and distribution market in the world.

What’s New For 2010?
 Updates on investments, frameworks and legislations in Asia driving Smart Grid development
 Asia focused sessions from Singapore, Japan, Korea, China & India
 An interactive Asia Smart Grid roadmap panel including leading electricity providers and energy regulators
 Leading international Smart Grid demonstration and pilot projects for Asia to learn from
 2 dedicated streams focusing on Smart Distribution & Advanced Metering Infrastructure
 A special focus Post Summit on Microgrids & Distributed Energy Resource Management
 A Targeted Pre-Conference Workshop examining Smart Distribution Management Systems & Feeder Automation

Key Conference Themes To Be Discussed Include:
 The business case for Smart Grids
 Best practice regulatory frameworks & standards
 Roadmaps & key milestones for Asia’s smart grid development
 Global smart grid case studies & demonstration projects
 Smart distribution & grid reliability
 Advanced metering infrastructure & the next generation smart grid consumer
 Microgrids & distributed energy resource management

Companies That Previously Attended Smart Grids Include:

A*Star • Aboitiz Power • Accenture • Alcatel-Lucent • Alstom • Alto Power • Areva T&D • Austin Energy • Cisco • CLP Power • Conal Holdings Corporation • Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry • CSIRO • Current Group • Philippines Department of Energy • Australian Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts • Duke Energy • Economic Development Board Singapore • Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand • Electric Power Research Institute • Enel • Energy Market Authority of Singapore • Energy Market Company Singapore • European Commission • General Electric • Honeywell • Intel • IBM • Itron • Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy • JTC Corporation • Korea Electrical Research Institute • Landis + Gyr • Meiya Power • Ministry of Knowledge Economy Korea • National Grid Corporation Philippines • US National Institute of Standards & Technology • Nilsen Networks • Oracle • Pauwels International • Philippine Electricity Market • Power Seraya • Precise International Corporation • Red Line Communications • Scottish-European Green Energy Center • Senoko Power • Siemens • SP Powergrid • SP Services • ST Electronics • Tenaga Nasional • United Premas • Worley Parsons • World Alliance for Dencentralised Energy

Visit the Smart Grids Asia website at www.smartgridssummit.com for more information on the expert speaker line-up and full conference agenda.

Ms Eileen David
IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd
Tel: +65 – 6508 2458 / +65 – 6508 2400
Fax: +65 – 6508 2407
Email: Eileen.david@ibcasia.com.sg


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