Network with leading European Utilities and hear about the latest developments in Distribution Automation

Hear case studies from and network with DONG Energy, SSE, UK Power Networks plus many other utilities at SMi's second annual Distribution Automation Europe conference.

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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 3 October 2012

SMi's second annual Distribution Automation Europe conference is packed with Utility Case Studies and is the only event in Europe with a sole focus on DA, providing the latest insights into technology advances, regulatory changes and lessons learnt from recent DA projects. The keynote presentations and case studies featured throughout the two-day event are designed to improve commercial strategy and enhance business development.

Hear Utility Case Studies at Distribution Automation Europe from:
DONG Energy – Insight provided into the function of renewable integration and the effects on the future of Distribution Automation

SSE –SSE’s recent DA results will be shared, providing unique insight into the results of the Isle of Wight/ Eco Island trials

UK Power Networks – Discusses how DA has affected the Smart Grid evolution

Union Fenosa Distribucion – Sharing viewpoints on the role DSOs play in smart grid and energy efficiency

Enexis – Enexis outline their long-term plans and investment strategy for DA

Distribution Automaton Europe will provide an unparalleled opportunity to meet key industry stakeholders face-to-face and develop relationships crucial for future business development. The conference will also address industry complications and evaluate the business case for Distribution Automation, in addition to exploring the long-term future where you will receive an insight into the next step after a 1st DA implementation

For more information and to register, visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/2012distribution-automation50.asp


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  • Sonal Patel
    SMi Group Ltd
    0207 827 6106
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