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Reuters Events: Utility Transition 2022

© Supplied by Reuters EventsTo go with story by Aaron Drummond. Utility Transition 2022 Picture shows; Utility Transition 2022. London. Supplied by Reuters Events Date; 30/01/2021
To go with story by Aaron Drummond. Utility Transition 2022 Picture shows; Utility Transition 2022. London. Supplied by Reuters Events Date; 30/01/2021

Reuters Events: Utility Transition 2022 (21 – 25 March, Online) unites global energy leaders to deliver the utility of the future, by harnessing the power of digitalisation and exploring the roadmap for a decarbonised and decentralised grid.

Name – Reuters Events: Utility Transition 2022

Date – 21-25 March 2022

Location – Virtual, Online

Link – Join here

Description

Reuters Events: Utility Transition 2022 (21 – 25 March, Online) unites global energy leaders to deliver the utility of the future, by harnessing the power of digitalisation and exploring the roadmap for a decarbonised and decentralised grid.

Run as part of our flagship energy transition program, we look forward to welcoming global utility leaders to learn, engage and action meaningful change. Join us as we chart the path to net zero power and deliver the utility of future, today.

Key Themes for 2022 include:

• Grid Modernisation & Integration: How can we upgrade existing infrastructure, ensure more efficient transmission, and deliver a grid fit for the energy transition?

• Digital Transformation & Utility 4.0: With utility 4.0 upon us, how can companies turn the avalanche of data into meaningful information to inform business decision making?

• Clean Grid Technology: How can the energy sector develop new technologies at commercial scale, whilst ensuring cost competitiveness with existing energy sources?

• Cybersecurity & Connected Workforce: We are witnessing the dawn of a new wave of engaged and empowered workers and consumers. How can both harness this?

The world’s leading utility companies will be joining us, will you?

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