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European Demand Response & Dynamic Pricing

01-10-2011 12:57 PM CET | Energy & Environment

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SMi Group

SMi Group

European Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing
18th & 19th May, 2011
Crowne Plaza The-City, London, UK

SMi are excited to announce their upcoming European Demand Response & Dynamic Pricing conference taking place on the 18th & 19th of May, 2011, the first and only conference of its kind in the EU.

The promise of Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing could save utilities billions in capital expenditure on peak demand infrastructure. Creating synergies between network, producers and customers that will assist in managing cost, and reduce the environmental impact of power generation and consumption.

We will addresss Key Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing issues such as:
• EU Policies
• Regulatory framework
• The role of smart metering
• Creating a secure and balanced energy supply
• Dynamic price structures for networks, proucers and consumers
• Commercial, industrial and consumer engagement

To view the full agenda please visit:

Major European utilities and leading industry bodies will present in-depth case studies on Demand Response programs for Germany, Poland, Denmark, Spain and Ireland.

We will hear from Telecom Italia, Italy’s leading telephone operatpr who will help us understand the big consumer and their Direct Digital Control contribution to the Smart Grid.

Key Presentations From:
• Paolo Bertoldi, Action Leader, Energy Efficiency, European Commission DG JRC
• Maxine Frerk, Partner, Sustainable Development, Ofgem
• Michael Edgar, Strategy Development Manager, Future Transmission Networks National Grid
• Dave Openshaw, Head of Future Networks, UK Power Networks
• Jim Cardwell, Head of Regulation & Strategy, CE Electric UK
• Chris Harris, Head of Retail Regulation, RWE Npower
• Dr Furong Li, EPSRC Advanced Research Fellow, University of Bath
• Jessica Strömbäck, Senior Partner, VaasaETT
• Tahir Kapetanovic, Co-Chair, CEER Electricity Network and Market Task Force
• Dr Jacopo Torriti, LSE Fellow in Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science
• Flavio Cucchietti, Network Technology, Senior Project Manager, Telecom Italia
• Susana Banares, Head of Demand Response, Red Electrica De Espana
• Rocio Millan Navarro, AMM and Metering Field Works, Deputy Director, Endesa
• Harald Schäffler, Managing Director, ENCT GmbH
• Yoav Zingher, CEO, Kiwi Power Ltd
• Leslaw Winiarski, Head of IT Systems, PSE Operator
• Rasmus Tengvad, Consultant, Dansk Energi
• Alessandra Suardi, Algorithm & Control Design Team Leader, Indesit
• Siobhán McHugh, Operational Services and Performance, EirGrid
• Seán Connolly, Operational Services and Performance, EirGrid

Who should attend?
• Head of Energy Efficiency and Demand Response
• Head innovation and strategy
• Future Networks
• Marketing and Sales
• Customer Relations
• Metering
• Energy Efficiency
• Data Management
• Customer Relationship
• Information Systems
• Billing and Payment
• Tariff
• E-Business Strategy
• Special Markets
• Chief Technical Officer
• Energy Advisory
• Product Manager
• Network Specialist
• Network Development
• Strategy & Development
• Demand Side Management
• Business Development
• Business Planning

For more information on the event and to book:

Contact: Jamison Nesbitt
Tel: +44 (0)20 7827 6164

SMi have had an established portfolio of Pharmaceutical, Defence, Energy, Finance and PPP/PFI events running since 1993. We are at the forefront of linking businesses with information, organising over 150 Conferences, Workshops and Masterclasses every year. All our events are research driven and highly targeted towards senior level professionals, designed to help you make informed decisions and remain at the cutting edge of business information.

SMi Conferences offer you an unrivalled opportunity to network within your area of business and our Workshops and Masterclasses provide an intimate, interactive forum in which to learn about the latest techniques and developments.

SMi Group Ltd,
Unit 122, Great Guildford Business Square,
30 Great Guildford Street,
London, SE1 0HS,
United Kingdom.

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