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Smart to Future Cities 2013
Event: Ovum and Informa Telecoms & Media are joining forces to bring you a next generation Future Cities event.
• See over 20 case studies from senior leaders in the Energy, Transport and Technology and Public sectors which will define the Smart City roadmap as well the key developments in this space.
• Ensure the collaborative potential of your community as part of the new Smart world.
• Join the many 1 to 1 discussion sessions, leading CEO keynotes and business catalyst features in this unique meeting of minds in 2013.
Date: 11 -12 June 2013
Location: Dexter House, London
Contact: Behjet Abdulla
Tel: +44 203 377 3352
Online registration: http://smarttofuture.com/register/ quoting TS06
The Smart Grids Asia Summit 2013
Event: Building the empire of smart grids and smart cities in Asia
The Smart Grids Summit, the winner of ‘Best Energy Conference’ award at the Conference Awards 2012 in London, is coming to Asia!
The Asian energy industry is gaining momentum in global smart energy development. The local markets are strikingly versatile with different grid maturity levels, political and economical environments and as a result distinct approaches towards smart energy systems developments. The goal however remains the same ˆ to provide sufficient, reliable and affordable energy for growing populations.
Key learning outcomes from the 2013 summit will include:
• Building reliable and efficient transmission networks and control systems
• standardization and interoperability of the smart grid
• Integrating renewable energy sources into the power grid
• Developing smart home management systems and ensuring successful smart meter roll-out
• Decentralization of electricity generation and deployment of micro-grids
• Transforming into an ultra-low carbon smart city
• Energy storage as a key enabler of the smart grid for efficient energy use and load levelling
• Electric vehicle integration and charging infrastructure development
Date: 26 - 27 June 2013
Organiser: World Trade Group
Contact: Sema Tezel
Telephone: +44 207 202 7690
Local Renewables Freiburg 2013 Conference
Event: Local Renewables Freiburg 2013 Conference
Shaping your solar city. Practical solutions from planning to implementation The Local Renewables Freiburg 2013 Conference will focus on how to shape a solar city and optimise local renewable energy potentials. In the current context of financial austerity, growing energy insecurity and resource scarcity local governments are called to act as drivers, moving towards smart cities and low-carbon economies to enable safe, secure and affordable energy in the long term. The conference will examine the collaboration with local stakeholders, the value of technological innovations and how to identify sources of financing local action. This represents a valuable opportunity for policy-makers, representatives from European institutions, energy service providers, experts and other interested professionals to share their views and knowledge on how to switch to renewable energy and improve energy efficiency while creating opportunities for the local economy. Organised in cooperation with the City of Freiburg, this event is part of a conference series launched in 2007 and explores the different sources of local renewable solutions in order to promote sustainability at a regional and local level Join us and explore how municipalities can embrace clean, sustainable energy solutions, and tackle financial, planning and regulatory challenges when developing their solar city.
Date: 24 to 25 October 2013
Location: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
Organiser: ICLEI European Secretariat, City of Freiburg
Contact: Andrea Rigotti
October / November 2013
Professional Lighting Design Convention
Event: The Professional Lighting Design Convention, PLDC is a global convention focussing on architectural lighting design. The event is built around a three-day professional conference offering approximately 70 presentations given by high-profile speakers from all over the world in four different tracks, addressing the topics of recent case studies, research, new technologies and professional practice issues.
One primary goal of the event is to support the continuing process to establish the lighting design profession. Key decision-makers at a political level will be invited to support and attend the event and take part in discussions with (public) clients, designers and other players in the industry.
Attendees of the event are lighting designers, architects, landscape designers, city and urban planners, official city representatives, interior designers, manufacturers, researchers, educators and university representatives, and students from the above-mentioned professions.
Date: 30 October - 2 November 2013
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Organiser: VIA-Verlag Joachim Ritter e.K.
Contact: Ms. Louise Ritter
Tel: +49 5241 307260
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