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

The much-anticipated event was the ideal platform to connect with senior decision makers from various industries as highlighted in our conference brochure.

Below you can see highlights of the 2018 agenda, or click on  the link below to download your copy

 

N.B. the agenda was subject to change and included 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
  • Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority (SEWA)


ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES DRIVING INNOVATION

Track B - 14.45 - 17.00

Companies:

  • The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
  • Municipality of Frederikshavn, Denmark
  • Sky Comm Techno, India

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


UTILITY SCALE SOLAR & OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY

Track C  - 14.45 - 18.00

Companies:

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


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 ANALYTICS

Track C  - 10.45 - 17.15

Companies:

  • Utility Analytics Institute, USA
  • Entergy, USA
  • ESB Innovation, Ireland
  • Duke Energy, USA
  • Tata Power Delhi Distribution, India


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
  • 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