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SGW 2012 : SMART GRID WORKSHOP - Smart Grid: Innovation to Reality


When Jul 5, 2012 - Jul 5, 2012
Where Singapore
Submission Deadline Jun 29, 2012

Call For Papers

With the commitment from various countries’ government to increase energy efficiency, reduce carbon emission, and improve power reliability, the emergence of smart grid coupled with digital technology brings new approaches and insights to the energy industry.

Following the success of our first workshop organized in March 2011, technical experts and industry leaders from the utility services, equipment vendors, system integrators, semiconductor companies, research institutions, and regulatory bodies are invited to discuss status and trends of smart-grid innovative technologies and businesses as well as to identify the remaining gaps between smart-grid vision and reality in this upcoming workshop on 5th July 2012. Professionals working in the area of smart grid should seize this opportunity to exchange ideas and network with the top minds in this industry.

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