The 2nd annual Grid Asset Management 2020 conference, exhibition and networking forum will bring together leading smart utility asset management leaders from across Europe for an intensive review of the latest asset management case studies. Over three intensive days attendees will have the opportunity to hear from 14+ TSOs and DSOs on topics such as how to implement the roadmap for digitising the asset management function in order to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands of the energy transition, among others.
Please note that all of our LiveConferences have been re-scheduled to September 2020 onwards, and our team are working hard to produce a series of leading-edge WebConferences to plug the information gap in between. Please visit the new WebConferences page on our website for more information and assistance.
Welcome to Grid Asset Management 2020
The 2nd annual Grid Asset Management 2020 conference, exhibition and networking forum will bring together leading smart utility asset management leaders from across Europe for an intensive review of the latest asset management case studies.
Over three intensive days attendees will have the opportunity to hear from 14+ TSOs and DSOs on topics such as how to successfully implement the roadmap for digitising the asset management function in order to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands of the energy transition, how to use multiple data sources to accurately inform grid planning, determining the optimal deployment of condition-based monitoring, implementing DAM systems and strategies for monitoring the impact of adverse weather, among others.
Save €400 on delegate places and €2000 on exhibition spaces.
Event highlights include:
Case-study driven programme
Hear from 14+ European Asset Management experts on the lessons learnt from the implementation of next-generation DAM systems, best practice maintenance strategies and reducing risk in an increasingly dynamic grid topography
Utility Heavy Speaker Line-Up
Selected on the strength of the projects they are involved in, their pivotal roles in implementation decision making, and their insights into lessons learnt and future roadmaps
Digital Asset Management Panel
Transforming asset management departments through systems thinking to better manage the complexities of a hyper connected next generation grid and support the rapid rate of change
Take the opportunity to brainstorm and problem solve with peers from across the smart grid industry, to tackle the greatest asset management challenges at this moment
Evening Network Reception
Taking place the evening of conference day one, this networking event is open to all participants enabling you to relax and unwind, allow new ideas to cement and new partnership opportunities to emerge
Running alongside the main 3-day conference, the solution zone provides a focused display of asset management products and services, with experts on hand to discuss your specific challenges and provide tailored advice to help propel your implementation plans to the next level
14+ utility case studies including:
What Past Participants Had to Say
"It was great to hear the development and challenges of other utilities on this new environment. There were really great presentations including inspirational messages, impressive pilots and great innovative ideas. After Grid Asset Management 2019, we believe we are going forward on the right direction and we bring back additional ideas and contacts for the future business cases."Yamshid Farhat, Smart Grid Engineer, BKW Energie
"Grid Asset Management provided an excellent opportunity to find more ideas, get insights on the cutting edge of asset management and to foster networking with colleagues with different approaches to the same problems."Ricardo Prato, Subdirector Assets & Data Analysis Unit, EDP Distribuição
“The uniform understanding of the importantance of Information Management was excellent. Grid Asset Management is a place where you can share challenges from your organisation and learn about the possibilities from others.”Ramnath Ambathy, Program Manager, Statnett SF
"A great forum to see how other utilities are approaching similar problems in different ways. A more efficient way to learn that from other peoples experiences."Carl Johnstone, Director, i4 Asset Management
"Grid Asset Management 2019 provided clear insight on the main concerns that utilities have when they manage their assets and was a great environment to share experiences."Claudio Silva, Lead Product Manager, Software and Systems, Efacec