Tuesday, May 22nd - Thursday, May 24th
Giel Linthorst, associate director at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: Past Climate Performance is not a Guarantee of Future Climate Performance; Managing your Investments in a Changing Climate Wednesday at 3 p.m. Katja Eisbrenner, director at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: Sustainable Finance – Integrating ESG Criteria Into Investment Decisions Thursday at 11 a.m. Noémie Klein, director at Ecofys, a Navigant company will present: Making the Most of TCFD: from Reporting to Investing Thursday at 5:10 p.m.
Long Lam, managing consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will also be in attendance. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The Innovate4Climate conference offers a new global dialogue of government, multilateral, business, banking, and finance leaders focused on shaping the next generation of climate finance and policy instruments. The two-day conference, consists of workshops and side events, and a networking and exhibition area built around six thematic streams:
- Scaling Up NDCs
- Carbon Markets
- De-risking Investments
- Climate Resilient Development
- Green Growth Policies
- Metrics and Tool
At Innovate4Climate, attendees can connect with the sectors driving the future of climate finance and markets, and network with leading experts, technology and financing providers, institutions, and corporations to explore potential partnerships and emerging business opportunities within the next economic revolution toward low-carbon and climate resilient development.
Onshore and Offshore Wind Engineering 2018
Wednesday, May 23rd - Thursday, May 24th
The two-day conference Onshore and Offshore Wind Engineering 2018 will focus on the engineering of wind power with specific focus on the mechanical engineering of the turbine. The event will feature onshore and offshore engineering experts sharing technical insights that will help you lower costs, reduce maintenance downtime and optimise assets for life extension. Attend the only conference that provides you with research developments, technology updates and guidance to prepare for Spring 2019's CfD auctions.
Grid Modernization Forum
Wednesday, May 23rd - Thursday, May 24th
Michael Hartnack, research analyst at Navigant Research, will be in attendance. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The 3rd Annual Grid Modernization Forum closely examines lessons learned to date by industry leaders pushing the frontiers of grid modernization and reliability. As in previous editions, key technology innovators and executives will come together to share perspectives on how best to leverage smart grid investment, effectively engage customers, and meet the challenges of the changing energy ecosystem. Case studies of improved network performance, resiliency, outage restoration, and distributed energy resources (DER) integration will be examined with an eye toward determining best practices and evaluating technology advances for possible implementation. This is a unique opportunity to network with top industry professionals who are leading the way toward effective grid modernization and the integrated, interoperable, resilient energy network of tomorrow.
Connected Cities USA
Thursday, May 31st - Friday, June 1st
Connected Cities USA covers strategies and technologies to bring smart cities to fruition. Hosted in Chicago, this event will feature a technical session track, exhibit hall, and multiple networking opportunities to learn, collaborate, and educate yourself about connected cities in the US. With the Internet of Things exploding across the globe, cities that once were restricted by shrinking budgets and an aging workforce are now finding they can modernize their infrastructure projects quickly and more efficiently by employing smart technologies.
Innovation and Impact Symposium
Thursday, May 31st
The Innovation and Impact Symposium focuses on the convergence and interdependence of emerging technologies in advanced mobility, energy and the built environment. Join the region’s leaders from the startup, corporate, public, and research communities to examine what it takes to integrate and implement solutions for maximum impact. Click here for more information or to register.
Utilities Industry Day at Sapphire 2018
Monday, June 4th
Utilities Industry Day at Sapphire 2018 again presents an exciting agenda packed with speakers and topics that are valuable for SAP Utility Professionals. Click here for more information or to register.
The Business of Local Energy Symposium
Monday, June 4th - Tuesday, June 5th
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Join Community Choice Agency (CCA) experts and leaders from across the state for The Business of Local Energy Symposium. This is a day-long event about accelerating CCA adoption, sharing best practices, and creating more benefits for our communities. There will also be a pre-symposium workshop on distributed energy resource projects that build local resiliency, provide unique customer services, and contribute to local economic development.
EEI Annual Convention
Monday, June 4th - Thursday, June 7th
Rob Wilhite, managing director at Navigant; Karin Corfee, managing director at Navigant; David Walls, managing director at Navigant; Michael Rutkowski, managing director at Navigant; Hector Artze, managing director at Navigant; Jon Starr, director at Navigant; Chip Wood, director at Navigant; Wendy Jaehn, director at Navigant; Michael Wimert, director at Navigant; and William McCarrick, director at Navigant, will also be in attendance. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The 2018 Edison Electric Institute Annual Convention brings together leading industry CEOs, thought leaders, policymakers, and partners for three days of dynamic keynotes, cutting-edge breakout content, and stimulating dialogue at the industry’s premier networking forum. At a time of dramatic transformation across the electric power sector, this year’s event promises to be a highly immersive experience. Picture yourself in the shark tank with Robert Herjavec, take a trip back in time to enjoy the Heart of Rock ’n Roll with Huey Lewis, and participate in the most unique attendee engagement platform, The Grid, all serving to make this year’s conference one you won’t want to miss.
Annual Grid-Scale Energy Storage Conference
Wednesday, June 6th - Thursday, June 7th
Alex Eller, research analyst at Navigant Research, will present: Global Energy Storage Market Update: Key Trends and Projections. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Attend ACI’s 4th National Grid-Scale Energy Storage Conference to discover the significant market opportunities for energy storage, including government policy and regulatory initiatives, new requirements for transmission and distribution of power in electric markets, increased utilization of distributed energy systems, and the integration of storage into smart grid platforms. This three-day conference will cover all aspects of the implementation of energy storage technologies as a key enabler of grid modernization, addressing the electric grid’s most pressing needs by improving its stability and resiliency. Click here for more information or to register.
Wednesday, June 6th - Thursday, June 7th
TU-Automotive Detroit is the world’s largest conference on automotive technology. This year, the event will feature in-depth tracks on ADAS & Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Cities & Urban Mobility, Connected Services, Data and more. Speakers include experts from across areas of innovation, including connected cars, mobility, and autonomous cars. Click here for more information or to register.
Next Steps for Localised Energy Policies and Community Energy
Thursday, June 7th
Jan-Willem Bode, director at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: Community Based Energy Generation: Innovation, Investment and Implementation Thursday at 9:40 a.m. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The Next Steps for Localised Energy Policies and Community Energy will discuss the future prospects for the development of localized energy policies and next steps for supporting community and cooperative ownership of energy generating infrastructure. Delegates will discuss the role of local authorities and the implications of publicly owned energy providers across the UK. Further sessions will look at the challenges for local energy innovation; the impact of community energy generation and supply on the national grid; forward investment into regional energy; and the financial implications and market impact of collective switching. Click here for more information or to register.
Industrial Efficiency 2018
Monday, June 11th - Wednesday, June 13th
Sonja Kotin-Förster, senior consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present during this event. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Industrial Efficiency 2018 offers a mix of formal presentations and informal events as well as great networking. By devoting a complete event to energy in industry, eceee wants to make sure that industrial efficiency gets the attention it deserves and that we start harvesting the huge potential for savings in the industry sector. Click here for more information or to register.
Smart Transportation & Mobility
Tuesday, June 12th - Thursday, June 14th
Smart Transportation & Mobility is the event where the automotive and transportation communities unite to shape the future of smart mobility. Innovations in autonomous vehicles, data & AI, electric vehicles and shared mobility are set to revolutionise the transportation sector. However, before sustainable, seamless, intermodal transportation can be realised, a brand new ecosystem of cities, automakers, tech & infrastructure companies and MasS providers needs to develop. This event will provide a unique forum for all the key players in this new world to unite in one of the world's most innovate cities; London.
Thermal Engineering for Transport: Design, Measurement and Optimisation
Wednesday, June 13th
With pressure from both government and consumers to make vehicles more efficient, join thought leaders across transport to expand your knowledge of innovative new solutions and approaches. Thermal Engineering for Transport: Design, Measurement and Optimisation will showcase the latest technological advances in heat transfer, energy management, materials engineering and the integration and control of thermal systems within different vehicles. Learn from experts adapting to the changing requirements of electrified vehicles. Understand how design, simulation and testing are adapting across manufacture and operation for aviation, automobiles and rail.
Grid Modernization & Distributed Energy Resources
Thursday, June 14th - Friday, June 15th
The Eversource Energy Center at the University of Connecticut (UConn) is hosting a workshop Grid Modernization & Distributed Energy Resources aimed at identifying key challenges and potential solutions related to the modernization of electric grid. The focus will be on enhancing stability and resiliency of the grid in an environment of increasing penetration of intermittent renewables and other Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) as well as other potentially disruptive factors such as climate, extreme weather events, and the widespread adoption of electric vehicles.
Thursday, June 14th
Hydropower plays an important role in the global energy mix, and will become increasingly important as the percentage of other renewables increases. The UK has a rich history in hydropower and this source of energy offers great potential for the future. Attend Hydropower Engineering to find out about engineering challenges and solutions affecting existing and future hydropower projects. Discover exciting technological innovations and how they are expected to affect hydropower generation. By having the most up-to-date knowledge of key industry and sector developments, delegates can ensure they have the best information in order to realize market opportunities.
Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit
Wednesday, June 20th - Thursday, June 21st
ACI’s Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit is a two-day event bringing together key industry stakeholders from battery manufacturers, car manufacturers, energy storage component material developers, technology providers, grid operators, policy makers, environmental bodies, and consultants. Key topics to be discussed include:
- Multilateral involvement in the European consortium
- Attracting the production and developing the knowledge
- The effect of the electric vehicle's transition to the automotive value chain
- The latest technology developments in the battery sector
- Vehicle to grid: the impact and benefits of batteries in the network
- Energy storage systems for mobile and stationary applications
- New business models and Investment needed
- Case study: vehicle manufacturers’ perspective
- Second life and recycled batteries
- Country case study
West Coast Energy Management Congress
Wednesday, June 20th - Thursday, June 21st
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The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and Host Puget Sound Energy (PSE) are proud to present the West Coast Energy Management Conference (EMC). EMC is the largest energy efficiency conference and technology expo held on the U.S. West Coast specifically for business, industrial, governmental, and institutional energy users. The event is designed to help end users, business leaders, and energy managers find solutions to control their energy costs, improve power reliability, upgrade existing systems and equipment, explore renewable energy options, and leverage financing and performance contracting options to implement new and retrofit projects. The concurrent multi-track conference, technology expo, and lineup of seminars offer an unparalleled training opportunity to stay current on industry trends and to enhance your skill knowledge base. Click here for full details on any of the events at EMC and follow us at @AEE and #EMCexpo.
Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summit
Wednesday, June 20th - Thursday, June 21st
Jan Vrins, managing director and leader of Navigant's global Energy practice will participate in the panel discussion: Sustainability Outlook: Taking Action Wednesday at 2:10 p.m. Preeti Srivastav, associate director at Navigant, will participate in the panel SDG Case Studies: Stories of Successful Business Implementation Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
Jan-Willem Bode, director at Navigant; René Groot-Bruinderink, director at Navigant; Giel Linthorst, director at Navigant; Noémie Klein, director at Navigant; Ruud van Kolfschooten, director at Navigant; Martijn Overgaag, director at Navigant; Jeroen Scheepmaker, associate director at Navigant; and Jeroen de Beer, associate director at Navigant will also be in attendance. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Bloomberg's Sustainable Business Summits bring together leaders in sustainable business and sustainable finance. The summits leverage Bloomberg’s unrivaled business and markets expertise to convene conversations uniquely focused on the risks and opportunities for corporate executives and innovative investors in a 21st century economy. In its fourth year, the series convenes high-level dialogues across the United States, Canada, and Europe to bring together C-suite executives, influential investors, and innovative thought leaders to address how companies are seizing sustainable business opportunities and enhancing business value.
The summits address critical issues in sustainable business and finance, including:
- Driving revenue growth and profitability through social and environmental goals
- Defining and measuring the business value of sustainable practices
- How investors are assessing sustainable investments
- Developing replicable business models that incorporate investments in renewable energy
Energeia Energy Day
Thursday, June 21st
Kees van der Leun, director at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will be in attendance. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Energeia Energy Day is the annual event for energy professionals organized by Energeia, Financieele Dagblad, and BNR Networks. The event will cover all topics around the energy sector. The various subjects will be introduced in the first plenary, and further explored in depth by relevant experts. Topics will include alternatives to natural gas that can be integrated into the existing infrastructure, but also cyber security and digitization. Click here for more information or to register.
International Energy Policy and Programme Evaluation Conference
Monday, June 25th - Wednesday, June 27th
Katja Dinges, managing consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: Unlock Energy Savings Through Guidance on Standardized Measures and M&V Strategies in EED Art. 7 Tuesday at 9 a.m. Frank Stern, managing director at Navigant, will present: Evaluation as a Critical Continuous Improvement Element to Meet Long Term Energy Efficiency Targets Tuesday at 11 a.m. Rob Neumann, associate director at Navigant, will present: What is the Value of a Life? Review and Suggestions on Use of EE Measure Lifetime Savings Tuesday at 2 p.m. Andreas Hermelink, managing consultant at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present: Can SRI (Smart Readiness Indicator) Reduce the Energy Performance Gap Tuesday at 11 a.m. and The Impact of The Quality Homes on Indoor Climate and Health: An Analysis of Data from EU-SILC Database Wednesday at 10:15 a.m. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The International Energy Policy and Programme Evaluation Conference (IEPPEC) aims to exchange new ideas, input for current and upcoming debates, experience, feedback, and lessons learned about all stages of evaluations. The theme for this year's event is a reality check, recognizing that 2020 is tomorrow, and evaluation is keeping us on track. At the conference, attendees will explore how evaluation work can tell us about whether we are on track to achieve 2020 targets. Attendees will also consider the ways that evaluations can help upgrade policies and programs to ensure targets will be achieved in 2020 and beyond. Topics to be discussed include:
- Approaches to evaluating whether countries are on track to meet energy efficiency and greenhouse mitigation goals, including national policy packages
- What works in delivering energy efficiency and associated greenhouse gas emissions in specific sectors and markets
- How national and local governments intend to assess 2020 achievements, particularly considering the attribution of impacts to policy action
- How utilities, NGO, funding agencies, and private companies assess achievements in meeting energy efficiency and greenhouse goals
- How to integrate evaluation to inform the development of policies to meet the expected 2030 energy efficiency targets
Smart City Event
Wednesday, June 27th - Thursday, June 28th
The International Smart City Event is where you will experience the latest smart solutions for the city of the future. Last year, over 700 professionals from different countries and cities, came together in The Hague. This year, experts from leading cities will be on stage to present their unique projects of smart cities. During two days, there will be several keynote speeches, round table sessions, excursions and much more. Click here for more information or to register.
IoT Tech Expo Europe
Wednesday, June 27th - Thursday, June 28th
IoT Tech Expo Europe will arrive in Amsterdam to host 8,000 attendees, including IT decision makers, developers & makers, OEMs, government and council officials, automotive execs, operators, technology providers, investors, venture capitalists, and many more. The IoT Tech Expo will showcase the most cutting-edge technologies from more than 300 exhibitors and provide insight from over 300 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences. Click here for more information or to register.
AI Expo Europe
Wednesday, June 27th - Thursday, June 28th
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AI Expo Europe is a showcase of next-generation technologies and strategies from the world of artificial intelligence (AI), as well as an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2018 and beyond. The high-level conference will bring together forward-thinking brands, market leaders, AI evangelists, and hot start-ups to explore and debate the advancements in AI and the impacts within the Enterprise and consumer sectors. Topics covered include Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, and Virtual Assistants & Chatbots, as well as case-study-based presentations providing an insight into the deployment of AI across different verticals. Click here for more information or to register.
IoT Global Innovation Forum
Tuesday, July 10th - Wednesday, July 11th
The 3rd IoT Global Innovation Forum brings together leading technology innovators, business strategists, and developers from around the world in a focused, executive-level forum for invaluable information sharing at the cutting edge of the Internet of Things (IoT). Speakers will discuss the latest applications for traditional commercial processes as well as new business models and opportunities within the emerging IoT ecosphere across industry verticals. The emphasis is on IoT innovation – recent advances and strategies that are driving profitability in the evolving connected economy. This is a unique opportunity to interact one-on-one with key executives creating the future of IoT.
Tuesday, July 17th - Thursday, July 19th
Sam Abuelsamid, senior research analyst at Navigant Research, will present: Automated Mobility Services and the Grid – Feeding Off Each Other Thursday at 8:30 a.m. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
PlugVolt's July 2018 Battery Seminar is a three-day conference fostering joint development efforts to advance energy storage solutions. Highlights include:
- An entire day of in-depth training by EnerDel on lithium ion battery chemistry, its manufacturing, battery management system (BMS) design, thermal management, testing and validation methodologies, safety processes, etc.
- Latest industry updates on use of energy storage systems in automotive applications by subject matter experts from major OEMs, Tier 1 system developers, and battery makers
- Latest industry updates on use of energy storage systems in large-scale stationary grid/utility storage applications by subject matter experts from major utility companies and Tier 1 system developers and providers
- Poster presentations
- An evening cocktails reception and an exclusive guided tour of Intertek facility
Click here for more information or to register.
West Coast Conference on Microgrids
Wednesday, August 29th - Thursday, August 30th
ACI’s West Coast Conference on Microgrids is coming to Spokane, Washington. Microgrids are getting a lot of attention, not just to support national security, but also to provide more resilient power supply at other types of facilities, and to allow for increased penetration of renewables. Agricultural complexes, academic campuses, health care centers, military bases, and even corporate grounds are exploring microgrid options to secure continuous reliability and quality of power supply. This has spurred creation of new technologies and control mechanisms that allow these systems to operate in a grid-connected mode and also independently for extended periods of time. They also support the modernization of older infrastructures and the containment of costs.
Wednesday, September 5th - Friday, September 7th
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After an impressive show last year with 3,700+ delegates from 59 nations, InterDrone returns to Las Vegas with 125+ sessions for engineers, software developers, executives, investors, regulators, and commercial drone buyers and flyers in more than a dozen vertical market segments with six special enterprise tracks. In addition, InterDrone offers specialized training sessions. Click here for more information or to register.
SmartGrid Canada Conference
Monday, September 10th - Wednesday, September 12th
Rob Wilhite, managing director at Navigant, will serve as emcee. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Established in 2011, the SmartGrid Canada Conference has grown to become the key event for the smart grid industry in Canada. Now that smart grid is entering a state of maturity, our conference looks to provide its audience with real-world learning from smart grid implementations both in Canada and around the world. SmartGrid Canada is hosting multiple inbound trade delegations from Europe, Asia, and the Americas giving delegates an opportunity to understand new perspectives. Click here for more information or to register.
Global Power & Energy Exhibition 2018
Monday, September 17th - Thursday, September 20th
Global Power & Energy Exhibition (GPEX) will showcase the strategies and technologies needed to adapt to the global energy transition. GPEX will bring together the global power and energy community, including government, commercial and industry power users, gas operators, power producers, and distributors. GPEX will provide an exhibition and conference platform at which business and technical thought-leaders will address the commercial, regulatory, geopolitical and technical issues affecting the power and energy industry, and provide a meeting place for buyers and sellers to collaborate and do business. GPEX will co-locate with Gastech, which for over 45 years has been at the forefront of the gas and LNG market.
Change Management for Utilities West
Monday, September 17th - Tuesday, September 18th
Charles Tooman, director at Navigant, will present: Successful Technology, Process, and Culture Change - a Golden State Water Case Study Monday at 1:45 p.m. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Change Management for Utilities West connects utility professionals with the knowledge, experience, training, and contacts to usher change into your organization faster and more effectively while improving your employee and customer engagement, thus producing lasting business benefits. During our seventh event in this series, you will learn actionable lessons on how you can lead and manage your organizational strategies for change to support your utility’s business goals. Click here for more information or to register.
Asia Power Week
Tuesday, September 18th - Thursday, September 20th
Covering every aspect of the power generation industry, POWER-GEN Asia and Renewable Energy World Asia converge again in 2018 as Asia Power Week, taking place for the first time in Indonesia. Benefit from three days packed with technical tours, more than 50 conference sessions, panel discussions, a comprehensive exhibition, and multiple networking events. Join 8,500+ fellow power industry professionals from more than 75 countries worldwide, all under one roof.
Asia Power Week is the industry’s premier conference and exhibition dedicated to power generation across Asia, including renewable, alternative energy, and power finance markets. Industry experts will gather at Asia Power Week conference and exhibition to explore the current and future challenges for the Asian power sector. We invite you to join us in Jakarta for the 26th annual edition.
Process Excellence for Utilities West
Wednesday, September 19th - Thursday, September 20th
Charles Tooman, director at Navigant, will present: The Link Between Strategic Planning and Organizational Readiness - a Golden State Water Case Study Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
Process Excellence for Utilities West is two days of utility process improvement and project management professionals sharing challenges, insights, and lessons learned on continuous improvement. This includes organization, methodologies, key drivers, and successes. Join us for our second in-depth and interactive conference to meet your industry colleagues to learn, share, and grow. Topics Include the elements of a successful continuous improvement strategy, improving your culture by encouraging employees not to fear failure, the use of analytics in processes, and solving the challenge of moving from implementation to continuous improvement.
Grid Analytics Europe 2018
Tuesday, September 25th - Thursday, September 27th
The 4th annual Grid Analytics Europe 2018 draws together 120+ utility big data professionals for 3 intensive days of big data management, analysis, and visualisation discussions to power the smart utility. 16+ utility case-studies reveal how European TSOs and DSOs are implementing cutting-edge tools and technologies for advanced data collection, management, analysis and visualisation to deepen their insights into grid performance, fraud prevention, and new product development in preparation for the energy transition.
World Energy Engineering Congress
Wednesday, October 17th - Friday, October 19th
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The World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC), presented by the Association of Energy Engineers and hosted by Duke Energy, is well-recognized as the most important energy event of national and international scope for end users and energy professional in all areas of the energy field. It is the one truly comprehensive forum where you can fully assess the big picture and see exactly how the economic and market forces, new technologies, regulatory developments, and industry trends all merge to shape your critical decisions on your organization's energy and economic future. The WEEC features a large, multi-track conference agenda, a full line-up of seminars on a variety of current topics, and a comprehensive exposition of the market's most promising new technologies. The WEEC conference and expo target the complete spectrum of technologies and services of greatest importance including: energy efficiency and energy management, renewable and alternative energy, CHP, distributed generation, smart grid, thermal storage and load management, policy and legislative mandates, as well as green and energy efficient buildings. Click here for full details on any of the events at WEEC and follow along at @AEE and #WEEC.
World Circular Economy Forum
Monday, October 22nd - Tuesday, October 23rd
Preeti Srivastav, associate director at Ecofys, a Navigant company, will present during this event. To schedule a meeting at this event, Please Contact Us.
The World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF) brings together more than 1,000 business leaders, policymakers, and experts to present the world’s best circular economy solutions. The WCEF examines how businesses can seize new opportunities, gain a competitive advantage through circular economy solutions, and how the circular economy contributes to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
European Utility Week
Tuesday, November 6th - Thursday, November 8th
European Utility Week is your platform for achieving a fully integrated and interconnected electricity system and market in Europe. We host the environment for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply. Click here for more information or to register.
AI Expo North America
Thursday, November 29th - Friday, November 30th
Santa Clara, California
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AI Expo North America is a showcase of next-generation technologies and strategies from the world of artificial intelligence (AI), as well an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2018 and beyond. The high-level conference will bring together forward-thinking brands, market leaders, AI evangelists, and hot start-ups to explore and debate the advancements in AI and the impacts within the enterprise and consumer sectors. Topics covered include Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, and Virtual Assistants & Chatbots, as well as case-study-based presentations providing an insight into the deployment of AI across different verticals. Click here for more information or to register.