Venue: Washington, DC
Date: October 1–3, 2013
GridWeek is the only event with a proven history of attracting the complete diversity of Smart Grid stakeholders from around the world to explore Smart Grid’s impact on the economy and global business, utility infrastructure, consumers, and the environment. Planned by a representative committee of industry stakeholders, GridWeek offers an agenda packed with 40+ sessions that cover the most relevant industry topics, gathers 200+ industry-leading speakers, and provides unique networking opportunities with stakeholders leading the Smart Grid movement. The show offers attendees opportunities to understand the key trends affecting the industry and their business; meet and network with leading technology vendors and thought leaders; discover new opportunities for strategic partnerships and global business relationships; and participate in game-changing dialogue that will set the agenda for Smart
Seminars: GridWeek offers two plenary and 40 breakout sessions over four days.
Exhibitors: 41 (2010)
Industries: Advanced metering infrastructure, asset management software, automatic restoration system, building automation systems, communication networks & infrastructure, computer hardware, customer care & billing software, cyber security software, demand response hardware, software & services, distributed energy resources, distribution automation hardware & software, electric & gas service delivery, electric, water & gas meters, energy management software, energy management systems, enterprise software, fault detection & diagnostics software, feeder automation, high & medium voltage power delivery equipment, in-home displays, internet hardware & software, international standards, IT consultancy, systems integration, outsourcing, mesh network systems, meter data management software, microprocessors, mobile workforce management software, monitoring & control systems, network management software, network planning software, power line communication systems, power systems engineering software & services, private voice & data communication, regulatory compliance software, residential energy management systems, risk management software, ruggedized mobility solutions, situational awareness software, Smart Grid consulting services, smart outlets, smart thermostats, standards development organizations, storage systems, smart sensors, solar photovoltaic technology, substation automation solutions, system integration services, thermostats, utility valuation, planning & operational software, weather stations, wireless communications systems, wireless data services, and work & asset management software.
Target Buyers: Governments, utilities, regulatory agencies, integrated utilities, generator/independent power producers, transmission & distribution, energy market retailers, energy end-users, power and energy equipment manufacturers, software/IT/communication/automation solution providers, smart home solution providers, consulting companies, analysts research organizations industry associations/groups/consortia, financiers & investors, R&D, engineers, IT and automation, cyber and physical security professionals, system integrators, customer service/billing, purchasing/supply chain/sourcing, sales and marketing, and public affairs.
Benefits for Attendees registered through the U.S. Commercial Service