Next Generation Utilities Summit Europe 2011 Malaga, Spain
Next Generation Utilities Summit Europe 2011 Malaga, Spain
Bristol, May 2, 2011 AEST (ABN Newswire) - The Microsoft Worldwide Utility Industry Survey 2011 polled more than 210 professionals within electric, gas and related companies around the world and found that 39 percent of utilities were adopting smart grid technologies.

Smart grids are likely to be top of the agenda at the Next Generation Utilities Summit Europe 2011, which takes place from 15-17 November in Malaga, Spain. This closed-door summit, hosted by GDS International, features some of the leading voices in the European utilities sector.

Along with smart grids, other key topics for discussion include energy management systems, overcoming infrastructural and regulatory challenges in Europe and customer engagement with real time feedback.

Next Generation Utilities Summit Europe 2011 is an exclusive C-level event reserved for 100 participants that includes expert workshops, facilitated roundtables, peer-to-peer networks and co-ordinated meetings.

For more information, visit;
http://www.ngueurope.com


About GDS International

GDS International is a leading business-to-business events company. We offer financial, healthcare, IT service management, telecoms and oil and gas summits for senior executives throughout the Asia Pacific, Africa, China, Europe, North America and Russia markets. Our value proposition is simple: we deliver real results. And we’re very good at it. www.gdsinternational.com

 


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Email: steve.shah@gdsinternational.com

GDS International
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