Building up an intelligent grid is the trend of future electricity process from generation to consumption. Many countries have been implementing their smart grid strategies. As an emerging economic entity with 13 million people, China is facing a huge challenge of electrical power shortage. Therefore, China has come up with a 300 billion yuan worthy strategy to support the development of “strong and smart grid”. Who would NOT grasp a piece of such a big cake? It is an opportunity for both foreign and domestic enterprises to make a fortune of it. But how could you get cutting-edge information without spending tons of money on it?
“It has three distinguished features: first, a strong and smart grid is an integration of strong grid and smart technologies; second, a strong and smart grid is a highly coordinated, efficient and interconnected system; third, a strong and smart grid is a new public service platform in the modern society. Through consistent innovations, the overall size, energy distributing ability, technology and management level of SGCC are all upgraded to a new height”, said Mr. Liu Zhenya, President of State Grid Corporation of China.
By 2020, a strong and smart grid that is safe, reliable and interactive will be established, with a UHV synchronous grid at its center and featuring coordinated development of UHV AC/DC grids and power grids at different levels between power grids at different levels and wide-range, large-scale, high-efficiency allocation of energy resources.
2nd World Smart Grid Series China Focus 2011 is UNMISSABLE with profound insights of keynote speeches, state-of-art technology updates, leading hardware and software vendors’ dynamics and so on. More importantly, adding governmental policies and regulators’ strategies into this event makes it worthy to attend. From November 8th to 10th in Beijing, a 5-day conference will provide you with absolutely MORE THAN YOU THINK.
Hear the latest views and forecasts from key industry speakers from along the entire value chain, Speakers under prior consideration:
Zhixuan WANG, Secretary-General, China Electricity Council
Yinbiao SHU(TBA),VP, State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)
Ronnie Belmans, Chairman,European Smart Grid Technology Platform
Pramod Deo,Chairman,Central Electricity Regulatory Commission, India
André Pepitone da Nóbrega, Director, ANEEL, Brazil
George Bjelovuk,Managing Director, Marketing, Research & Program Development, AEP
Chuck Adams,President,IEEE Standards Association
Juergen Bender,Lead AMI & Smart Grid Architect, APAC, Accenture
Leping WEI,Director,Science and Technology, China Telecom
Les Brown,Chair, Smart Grid Focus Group, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
Keith K. Krom, VP and General Counsel,AT&T
C. C. Chan, President, World Electric Vehicle Association & Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific
Goh Chye Boon, Chief Executive,Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment & Development Co.
Laurent Schmitt, Vice-president for Strategy and Innovation, Alstom Power Energy Management Business, Alstom, France
Alan Claypool, Chief Information Officer, Austin Energy
Fabio Borghese, Head of International Business Development Network Technologies, Enel Distribuzione SpA
Jong Ku Yoon, Director, International Standards Cooperation Division,Korean Agency for Technology and Standards
Klaus Ziegler, Officer, EU-standards for China
Jin-woo Kim, President,Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
Xuehao HU ,PrincipalExpert,China Electric Power Research Institute, SGCC
Jianming Liu, General Manager,State Grid Information & Telecommunication Company Ltd, SGCC
Yusheng XUE, Honorary President, State Grid Electric Power Research Institute, SGCC
Changlin ZHU,General Manager,Beijing Electric Power Corp., SGCC
Xiaomin BAI, Chief Engineer,China Electric Power Research Institute, SGCC
Xuzhu DONG, Director,Technology Research Center, China Southern Power Grid
Key Highlights in World Smart Grid Conference Series China Focus
International Smart Grid Implementation Experiences
New Business Models for Utilities
Challenges and Opportunities in Smart Grid Standardization
Renewables Integration into an Intelligent Grid
ICT & Next Generation Interconnectivity Technologies
AMI and Smart Metering
EV Charging Infrastructure and Smart Community
On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to invite you and other senior executives to attend the 2nd World Smart Grid Conference Series China Focus. With your attendance in WSG China Focus we believe it will bring up the profile of your firm in the smart grid industry and probably bring more potential business to your company.
Organizing Committee of 2nd World Smart Grid Series China Focus 2011
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