Under the patronage of h.h sheikh maktoum bin mohammed bin rashid al maktoum, dubai deputy ruler

Co-located with

Global Smart Energy Summit Agenda

 

The first edition of the Global Smart Energy Summit will take place alongside Middle East Electricity from the 6th-8th March 2018.

This much-anticipated event is the ideal platform to connect with over 700+ senior decision makers from various industries as highlighted in our conference brochure.

Explore the agenda sessions below or download the full conference brochure here:

 

N.B. the agenda is subject to change and includes the companies confirmed to date



DAY ONE - TUESDAY 6 MARCH 2018

GLOBAL KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Keynote Theatre - 12.00 - 14.45

Companies:

  • Tesla
  • Ministry of Energy, UAE


ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES DRIVING INNOVATION

Track B - 14.45 - 17.00

Companies:

  • The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
  • Municipality of Frederikshavn, Denmark
  • greenbird Integration Technology, Norway

ENGAGED DISCUSSIONS 1

Track D - 14.45 - 16.00

Discussions Include:

  • Business Models for Utilities
  • Applying International Best Practice for Regional Learning
  • The Influence of the Energy Mix on the Future Grid

REFORMS, POLICY AND INCENTIVES

Track A - 14.45 - 17.00

Companies:

  • Ministry of Electricity & Water, Kuwait
  • Regulatory & Supervisory Bureau (RSB Dubai), UAE
  • Energy Council of Malaysia
  • The Policy Practice, United Kingdom
  • Dubai Surpreme Council of Energy, UAE


DEMAND RESPONSE ADVANCES

Track C  - 14.45 - 17.00

Companies:

  • Nord Pool, Norway


DAY TWO - WEDNESDAY 7 MARCH 2018

GLOBAL KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Keynote Theatre  - 09.00 - 10.45

Companies:

  • The Emerson Collective/Google X, USA

DEVELOPMENTS IN SMART GRIDS

Track B  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (DEWA), UAE
  • ETRA for Nobel Grid, Spain
  • Dutch Power, The Netherlands
  • Veriown Global

ENGAGED DISCUSSIONS 2

Track D - 10.45 - 16.00

Discussions Include:

  • Q&A Session with Andy Karsner
  • Technological Breakthroughs Shaping the Future of Energy
  • Addressing Cyber Security
  • Smart City Business Models

SMART CITIES & URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE

Track A  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • Engie
  • Digital Greenwich, United Kingdom
  • Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association, Norway
  • World Energy Council
  • Municipality of Middlefart, Denmark

UTILITY SCALE SOLAR AND OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Track C  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), USA
  • DNV GL – Energy, UAE
  • Ministry of Infrastructure Development, UAE


DAY THREE - THURSDAY 8 MARCH 2018

GLOBAL KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Keynote Theatre - 09.00 - 10.45

Companies:

  • Booz Allen Hamilton/Former NASA Astronomy Data Center, USA

ENERGY STORAGE: THE FUTURE

Track B  - 10.45 - 17.00

Companies:

  • Village of Minster, Ohio, USA
  • MEED
  • Alectra, Canada

 

ENGAGED DISCUSSIONS 3

Track D - 10.45 - 16.00

Discussions Include:

  • Q&A Session with Kirk Borne           
  • Overcoming the Barriers Funding of Renewable Energy Projects
  • Accelerating the Development of Automated Driving Systems
  • Electric Vehicles (EVs) And Smart Grid Interaction

MENA PROJECTS OPPORTUNITIES

Track A  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • MEED Projects, UAE
  • Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Jordan
  • Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP), Kuwait
  • Ministry of Electricity and Energy, Egypt
  • Yemen Power, Yemen

DATA & DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Track C  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • NASA
  • United Nations Environment Programme, France
  • Ministry of Environment, Water & Agriculture, KSA
  • DNV GL-Energy, The Netherlands
  • Masdar Institute of Science and Technology