The European Utilities Market: Powering Up and Open for Business

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Europe-wide Smart Grid initiatives have recently grown in number and scope. Substantial public and private investments have been made in research and development, pilot projects and deployment. Projected investment in European Smart Grids is over $700 billion.

It almost goes without saying: the European utility market offers unparalleled opportunities for innovative U.S. technology providers.

The U.S. Department of Commerce invites you to participate in an informative webinar about Europe's utilities market and Europe's most important Smart Grid event, European Utility Week 2017. The event takes place Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on October 3-5, 2017.

The 45 minute webinar includes an overview of how the market is structured, who the key players are, the business opportunities available, and tips on how to succeed in the European utility space.

Recorded Date: Thursday, June 8, 2017
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Program & Speakers

  • Welcome Remarks by U.S. Department of Commerce, Shannon Fraser, International Trade Advisor, U.S. Export Assistance Center – San Jose, CA

  • Power Investment in Europe – The Future of Smart Grid, Microgrids and Energy Storage, Jonathan Robinson, Principal Consultant - Energy & Environment Practice, Frost & Sullivan

  • Opportunities in European Utility Analytics: Deriving Value from 158 Million Smart Meters in 2020, Ben Kellison, Director of Grid Research, GTM Research, Greentech Media

  • How Can European Utility Week Help You Succeed in the European Market, Paddy Young, Director – European Utility Week, Synergy Events

  • Q&A

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Direct questions to Jason Sproule or Claudia Colombo.

Jason Sproule
U.S. Export Assistance Center
Los Angeles, California
(949) 283-0690
Jason.Sproule@trade.gov

Claudia Colombo
Embassy of the United States
London, UK
+44 (0) 20 7894 0443
Claudia.Colombo@trade.gov

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