– decreasing greenhouse gas emissions, increasing energy efficiency and the strongest driver of
all, increasing the share of renewable energy connected to our networks. EDSO and its members
are committed to taking on this huge challenge, while at the same time ensuring the reliability of
Europe’s electricity supply to consumers and enabling them to take a more active part in our
energy system. EDSO is the key-interface between Europe’s DSOs and the European institutions,
promoting the development and large-scale testing of smart grid models and technologies in real-
life situations, new market designs and regulation.
More than 4,200 utilities, in over 118 countries, in power generation, transmission, distribution,
retail, gas, water, waste and recycling run SAP Utilities software focusing on improving energy
efficiencies and sustainability.

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EPPSA actively promotes technologies for highly efficient and sustainable power generation in a
carbon constrained world. EPPSA believes increased investment in Research, Development and
Demonstration is a key factor in driving EU competitiveness as well as ensuring affordable near
zero emission power supplies. Virtually all power plants in the EU are built by members of EPPSA
or are equipped with their components. For further information please call +32 2 743 29 86 or
e-mail :
info@eppsa.eu  | Web: www.eppsa.eu
The Power Europe Sponsors
#  to improve national energy regulation in member countries,
#  to foster development of stable energy regulators with autonomy and authority and to improve     
cooperation among energy regulators.
#  In addition, the Association strives to increase communication and the exchange of information,
research and experience among members and increase access to energy regulatory
information and experience around the world and promote opportunities for training
continents. The association was formed as a result of a merger in December 1999 of the sister
sector bodies UNIPEDE and EURELECTRIC. EURELECTRIC's mission is to contribute to the
development and competitiveness of the electricity industry and to promote the role of electricity in
the advancement of society. As a centre of strategic expertise, EURELECTRIC identifies the
common interests of its Members. EURELECTRIC is then able - through in-depth and specialized
research into the market place, technologies, legislation, etc. - to assist its Members in
formulating common solutions to be implemented and in coordinating and carrying out the
necessary actions.

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In an era of big data, increasing volatility in energy markets, and declining margins, how do you
manage your risks and make the right trading and strategic decisions?

Genscape provides a unique range of fundamental data and analytical solutions to give your
business unparalleled insights into European power markets.   Part of the Daily Mail and General
Trust group, we deliver innovative solutions across a number of asset classes including: Oil,
Power, Natural Gas and LNG, Agriculture, Petrochemical and NGLs, and Maritime.

Our PowerRT platform brings together a vast array of quality and fit-for-purpose fundamental
European power market data.  This includes data from our proprietary monitoring systems which
constantly track production and interconnection in real time.  And the EPSI platform provides fast
and easy-to-use scenario analysis and price forecasting capability for short term trading analysis
through to longer term planning and strategy.

Genscape is uniquely placed to meet your power market data and analysis needs, whether you
are analysing market movements, actively trading the markets, or evaluating longer term strategic
Members include utilities, software, hardware and service providers, and solution integrators that
share a common goal and vision for promoting open standards for energy demand side
management, smart grid and smart metering systems.

The alliance promotes the change in perspective of the current metering business, from selling
isolated units, into offering interoperable smart meter management systems as an embedded
element in the total value chain of energy sales and distribution. In addition, AMM, based on OSGP
AMI architecture, offers added value in achieving the political objectives such as; saving energy and
reducing CO2 blast and ensuring stability of the grid. Last but not least it will also contribute to more
consumer satisfaction, in supporting a better understanding of energy consumption and as basis
for a competitive energy purchase.
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EDSO for Smart Grids gathers leading European
distribution system operators (DSOs) for electricity,
cooperating to bring smart grids from vision to reality in
Europe and is focused on guiding EU RD&D, policy and
member state regulation to support this development.
Smart grids are a prerequisite to achieving the EU’s
ambitious energy and climate objectives to 2020 and
The European Power Plant Suppliers Association
(EPPSA) is the voice, at European level, of companies
supplying power plants, components and services.
EPPSA members, located throughout Europe, represent
a leading sector of technology with more than 100 000
employees and annual revenue of over 30 billion euros.
As the coordinating center for addressing issues involving energy, Oesterreichs Energie works
closely with political institutions, governmental and non-governmental organisations and provides
a voice for the power industry in communicating with its customers. Oesterreichs Energie brings
together some 140 member power utilities; combined, these generate over 90 percent of Austria‘s
electricity and are responsible for the country‘s power transportation and distribution. With a
workforce of nearly 21 000, the member companies in 2016 produced around 65 billion kilowatt
hours, about 70  percent of which was generated from sustainable hydropower resources..

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SAP is the leading provider of premise and cloud based
utilities solutions worldwide. SAP for Utilities solutions
help improve operational efficiency, mitigate risk and
increase profitability, helping clients gain
enterprise-wide visibility for better decision making and
improved responsiveness in mission-critical areas.
Oesterreichs Energie has
represented the combined
interests of the electricity industry
vis-à-vis political and
administrative partners as well
as the general public since 1953.
The Union of the Electricity Industry
is the sector association which
represents the common interests of the
electricity industry at pan-European level, plus
its affiliates and associates on several other
OSGP Alliance, founded in 2006 as the Energy
Services Network Association, is an
independent global, non-profit association that
promotes the adoption of the Open Smart Grid
Protocol (OSGP) and related services  and
infrastructure for smart grid applications.
Founded in 1985, SolarPower Europe (the European
Photovoltaic Industry Association)  is the voice of the
photovoltaic industry in the world’s largest PV market,
with Members active along the whole solar PV value
chain: from silicon, cells and module production to
systems development and PV electricity generation
as well as marketing and sales.
The Association's main objective is to increase exchange of
information and experience among its members and to
expand access to energy regulatory experience around the

The Founding Members identified the purpose of ERRA as
COGEN Europe promotes the widespread development of cogeneration in Europe and worldwide.
To achieve this goal, COGEN Europe works at the EU level and with member states to develop
sustainable energy policies and remove unnecessary barriers to implementation.

COGEN Europe is involved in a wide range of functions such as:
•  Representing the interests of COGEN Europe members and of the cogeneration sector
•   Organising the COGEN Europe Annual Conference.
•   Participation in European projects.
•   Coordination of internal expert Working Groups.
•   Production of COGEN Europe publications.

The COGEN Europe network covers the whole of the European Union, Central and Eastern
Europe, and also includes Japan, Australia and the United States.
COGEN Europe’s status is that of a Belgian non-for-profit organisation
COGEN Europe is the European association for the promotion of
cogeneration. Its principal goal is to work towards the wider use of
cogeneration in Europe for a sustainable energy future. Cogeneration or
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) is the most efficient way to deliver
heating, cooling and electricity. It is based on the simultaneous
production of electricity and thermal energy, both of which are used. The
central and most fundamental principle of cogeneration is that, in order
to maximise the many benefits that arise from it, systems should be
based on the heat demand of the application.
Successful market players stay ahead of the game – adapting their strategies, business models
and operations to lead through change. If you’re after sharp independent advice, we’re here to help.
Working closely with you, we bring informed best practice to your project and business strategy,
gained from decades of energy industry expertise. Our clients gain from our deep insight
accumulated by specialist energy sector consultants, who are passionate about your projects and
draw upon extensive knowledge across the value chain. Working hand-in-hand with our clients, we
ensure organisations achieve sustainable success - from strategy creation, through
implementation roll-out to operational excellence and M&A.

Whether you’re a business leader, investor or policy maker, you can depend on Pöyry’s full breadth
of strategic advisory services for the energy sector, helping you maximise your return on investment
and stay one step ahead.
The world’s energy markets are undergoing
massive change and transformation. What’s beyond
2020? How will decarbonisation be delivered, whilst
keeping the lights on?
The European Industrial Insulation Foundation is a European non-profit
foundation registered in Switzerland.  The EiiF was established in 2009 by
the European contractor's association FESI and 11 other Partners. It
comprises Europe’s leading insulation contractors and manufacturers. As a
neutral and non-profit institution it promotes insulation as a top-of-mind
method of enhancing sustainability and profitability. It strives to raise the
awareness of the growing, much needed benefits of insulation. Since its
foundation EiiF has established itself as a resource for industries that need
to reduce CO2 emissions and save energy.
European Distributed Energy Resources Laboratories e.V.
(DERlab) is an association of over 30 leading laboratories
and research institutes in the field of distributed energy
resources equipment and systems. The association
develops joint requirements and quality criteria for the
Power Europe Supporting Associations & Marketing Partners
connection and operation of distributed energy resources (DER) and strongly supports the
consistent development of DER technologies. DERlab offers testing and consulting services for
distributed generation (DG) to support the transition towards more decentralised power systems.
Find out more about DERlab here: at
GeoConnexion International and GeoConnexion UK bring
you the latest news and stories plus reports from
geotechnology industries in UK, Europe, the Middle East,
Africa, North America and Asia.
Coverage of topics such as 3D Visualisation, Remote Sensing, LiDAR, Cloud, Mobile Mapping,
Navigation with emphases on healthcare, public safety, retail, the environment, utilities, surveying,
LBS, transport/ logistics, telecommunications and more.  
View the magazines at:
Tel: +44 1223 279151; mail info@geoconnexion.com
Utility Services, Inc.’s primary directive is to ensure
client compliance, reliability, and security programs
meet or exceed the expectations of the North American
standards. In 2007, federal, state, and provincial
governments throughout North America established
mandatory standards for the electric industry.  The
program is administered through the North American
Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) and overseen by
the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission under the
US Government.
For sponsorship, Exhibition or Marketing Partner Enquiries please write to
Efacec is a Portuguese company with a strong exporter profile and international presence in over
65 countries. Facing the future and prepared for new and important challenges, we are recognised
as a prestigious brand and one of the largest industries in the country, based on our resilience
and flexibility but, above all, based on our continuous ability to innovate.

We create value with energy, environmental and transportation solutions that improve everyone’s
daily life, by integrating different competencies and integrating different competencies and
innovative technologies.

Efacec is historically a reference for its transformers that power several top utilities in Europe and
United States. More recently Efacec has also become a reference in EV Charging, where it is the
market leader for Fast and Ultra-Fast EV Chargers.

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Lead Demand Flexibility Partner
a transformative real-time energy-balancing platform that optimizes distributed energy assets,
leveraging their power system flexibility to increase renewable energy adoption and reduce fossil-
fueled generation.
Symphony by Enbala.TM  distributed energy resource management platform provides a
revolutionary, highly flexible approach for creating controllable and dispatchable energy resources.  
In 2016, it was named the #1 virtual power plant (VPP) software in the world by Navigant Research.
Symphony unobtrusively captures and aggregates customer premise generation and consuming
loads, energy storage and renewable energy systems to form a network of continuously controlled
resources. It intelligently and dynamically optimizes and dispatches these energy resources to
respond to the real-time needs of the power system.

Enbala’s customers include regulated and unregulated energy service companies and vertically
integrated utilities looking to leverage or deploy customer premise assets for wholesale and retail
energy markets, power system balancing operations, distribution grid operations and aggregation
applications. Customers using the Enbala platform have been able to firm renewable energy
resources, leverage customer-side assets for ancillary services like frequency regulation, mitigate
substation upgrades and reduce the use of traditional generation resources for spinning reserves.  

Through the better management of distributed energy resources enabled by Enbala, reliance on
fossil-fuel-based generators is minimized, greenhouse gasses are reduced, capital asset
construction costs are deferred, the problems of renewable intermittency are solved, grid efficiency
and reliability are improved, new revenue generation opportunities are created, and stronger utility-
consumer partnerships are forged.  

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Enbala Power Networks has a single,
defining passion – to make the world’s power
grids greener and more reliable, efficient and
predictable by harnessing the power of
distributed energy. We are doing this with
Energy Business Review (EBR) is a well established online
knowledge portal for the entire energy community, covering Oil & Gas,
Power and Mining. It has an audience of over one million hits a year in
addition to more than 150,000 registered, opt-in subscribers across
the group. Each industry sector has its own landing page with
homepages and network sites drilling down into the relevant subsectors, providing you with the
latest industry news, whitepapers, feature articles, suppliers directory, newsletters, and more.
Lead R&D and Innovation Partner
Utility Services has developed its Securing the Grid program providing companies the opportunity
to assess their preparedness against various security and reliability threats and vulnerabilities.  
The exercises have received international recognition for their assessment performance,
providing confidence in participating organizations ability to respond during emergencies.

Utility Services assists distribution, transmission, generation, and other industry participants in
their registration, compliance, standards development, and other reliability and security
programs.  In over 10 years, our customers have been able to successfully demonstrate
compliance to the standards and develop ongoing programs to meet the continuously developing
requirements.  USI staff serves as an additional resource to aid customers when their own
resources are tight.

Our staff stays engaged in the standards development processes and serves on many industry
committees and teams.  Additionally, USI staff currently chair planning and security based
committees, participate on committees dedicated to assessing essential reliability services and
the integration of distributed energy resources as they begin to impact to the broader bulk power
system throughout North America.

For more information please visit:
European Power Strategy & Systems Summit
& Power Project Financing and New Technologies Forum
28-30 November 2018 | Radisson Blu Amsterdam | Netherlands