Industry Partners

  • Supporting Associations

    • AFBEL (the Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Electric Capital Goods) has the mission to boost the development and the growth of the Spanish Electric Capital Goods Sector by promoting the integration and the competitive utilisation of the most efficient technologies.  

      Our main goal is both to shape and to influence the future direction of the Spanish Electric Sector as an essential part of modern society, bringing invaluable economic, social and environmental benefits. 

      AFBEL is arranged around 9 vertical committees: Transformers, Switchgear, UPS, Lighting Protection, Steel Structures, Converters, Generating Sets, Motors LV and Smartgrids. All members of AFBEL are companies with a great deal of technological expertise, deep quality standards and a broad international experience. 

      For more information please visit: www.afbel.es

    • AFME, the Spanish Association of Electrical Equipment Manufacturers, is a non-profit professional organization operating on the national level which covers the various sub-sectors of the electrical industry. Its active presence in many national and international bodies grants the Association great prestige and influence, providing it with a solid position from which to optimally represent Spanish industry. Its team of professional specialists, allow the Association to respond to the needs of the sector at both national and international levels, and keep it directly connected to all levels of the sector.

      For more information please visit: www.afme.es

    • Federazione ANIE is a Confindustria member representing the Electrical Engineering and Electronic companies operating in Italy in the following industrial sectors: Power Production, Transmission and Distribution, Electrified Transports, Lift and Escalators, Lighting, Cables, Components and Devices for Electrical Installation, Household Appliances and Catering Equipment, Electronic Components, Factory and Process Automation, Security, Fire Safety and Building Automation, Industrial Plant Engineering

      For more information please visit: www.anie.it

    • bne members are the future of the energy industry. Electricity and gas suppliers as well as energy service companies such as advanced metering and billing firms, information technology companies, virtual power plant operators, demand response providers and load management firms, all have a voice in this dynamic and changing energy sector. bne member companies provide electricity, natural gas and energy services to more than 7 Mio customers in Germany today. We invite you to join our community.

      For more information please visit: www.bne-online.de

    • The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) is a not-for-profit think-tank supporting evidence-based policy making in the field of energy performance in buildings throughout Europe and beyond and promoting policy support to further improve regulatory measures, financial incentives and market conditions. The focus is on ensuring the vigorous implementation of the EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) across EU Member States, as well as to enhance financing of deep energy renovation of the existing buildings. BPIE provides open-source research, analysis, knowledge-sharing and advisory activities. BPIE has established country initiatives in Central and Eastern EU to support the implementation of the EU buildings policies and related efforts to capacity building. 

      For more information please visit: www.bpie.eu

    • CEDEC represents the interests of more than 1500 local and regional energy companies from ten European countries, serving 85 million electricity and gas customers and connections. These predominantly medium‐sized local and regional energy companies have developed activities as electricity and heat generators, electricity and gas distribution grid and metering operators and energy (services) suppliers. The wide range of services provided by local utility companies is reliable, sustainable and close to the consumer. Through their high investments, they make a significant contribution to local and regional economic development.

      For more information please visit: www.cedec.com

    • The Covenant of Mayors is the mainstream European movement involving local and regional authorities, voluntarily committing to increasing energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources on their territories. By their commitment, Covenant signatories aim to meet and exceed the European Union 20% CO2 reduction objective by 2020. Over 6,000 signatories represent over 200 million inhabitants.

      For more information please visit: www.covenantofmayors.eu

    • 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 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. 

      For more information please visit: der-lab.net

    • The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) is the voice of the energy storage community, actively promoting the use of energy storage in Europe and worldwide. It actively supports the deployment of energy storage as an indispensable instrument within the framework of the European energy and climate policy to deliver services to, and improve the flexibility of, the European energy system. EASE seeks to build a European platform for sharing and disseminating energy storage-related information and supports the transition towards a sustainable, flexible and stable energy system in Europe. 

      For more information please visit: www.ease-storage.eu

    • EDSO for Smart Grids gathers leading European distribution system operators (DSOs) for electricity, cooperating to ensure the reliability of Europe’s electricity supply for consumers and, in the process, enabling them to take a more active part in our energy system. How? By bringing smart grids from vision to reality. 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. 

      EDSO is focused on guiding EU research, development and demonstration (RD&D), policy and national energy regulation to support this development. 

      For more information please visit: www.edsoforsmartgrids.eu

    • The European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS) is a non-profit member organization that brings together critical infrastructure stake owners and security experts to deploy secure European critical energy grids and infrastructure. Founded in 2012, ENCS has dedicated researchers and test specialists who work with members and partners on applied research, defining technical security requirements, component and end-to-end testing, as well as education & training. ENCS uses its network in academia, government and business to provide cyber security solutions and counsel dedicated to the needs of national Distribution System Operators (DSO) and regulators. ENCS’s core focus is around educating and solving cyber security challenges in the development and operation of energy grids and other critical infrastructure grids across Europe.

      For more information please visit: www.encs.eu

    • ESMIG is the European voice of smart energy solutions providers. Our members provide products, information technology and services for multi-commodity metering, display and management of energy consumption and production at consumer premises.ESMIG drives the timely introduction of efficient and scalable consumer–friendly products and services fundamental to the participation of end-users in the smart energy and water systems of Europe’s future. 

      Our activities are focused around systems for smart metering, consumer energy management and safe and secure data transfer.We work closely with EU policy makers and other EU associations to make Europe’s energy and water systems cleaner, reliable, more efficient and the European consumer informed, empowered and engaged.

      For more information please visit: esmig.eu

    • eu.bac is the European Building Automation and Controls Association. It represents the major European manufacturers of products and systems for home and building automation. Its vision is a world where energy efficient, sustainable, healthy and comfortable buildings are achieved through the optimal application of home and building controls, automation systems and services. 

      A full and updated overview of our membership is available on our website.

      For more information please visit: www.eubac.org

    • The European Association of Energy Services Companies (eu.esco) has been founded for promoting Energy Performance Contracting as the economically sustainable solution for improving the energy performance of existing buildings using the guaranteed energy savings to pay for the installation.

      A full and updated overview of our membership is avilable on our website.

      For more information please visit: www.euesco.org

    • EUROBAT, the Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers, acts as a unified voice in promoting the interests of the European automotive, industrial and special battery industries to the EU institutions, national governments, customers and the media. With over 40 members from across the continent comprising more than 90% of the battery industry in Europe, Middle East and Africa, EUROBAT works with stakeholders to help develop new battery solutions to issues of common concern in areas like electro-mobility and renewable energy storage.

      For more information please visit: www.eurobat.org

    • FOSG represents the key sectors active in the electricity grid industry, i.e. global multi-industrial companies with a combined turnover of €190 billion representing close to 1 million jobs. The main purpose of FOSG is to support the creation of an integrated European electricity market supported by a pan-European offshore and onshore electricity network, the Supergrid, which will significantly foster Europe’s energy independence.

      For more information please visit: www.friendsofthesupergrid.eu

    • The Spanish Electrical Grid Platform was created to foster the technological evolution of Spanish electricity transmission and distribution systems in order to promote the technological leadership, the sustainable development and an increased competitiveness.

      FUTURED tries to develop the main objectives of the Spanish energy policy, increasing the independence from foreign energy and consistently reducing the environmental impact caused by electrical system infrastructures. The primary strategies to achieve these objectives consist of saving and using energy rationally, via the most effective electrical systems, and taking greater advantage of domestic resources.

      For more information please visit: www.futured.es/

    • GEODE is Europe's association of public and private local distribution companies for both electricity and gas, mainly providing a customer-focused service, with a high quality of supply and energy efficiency to homes, businesses, and local communities. It represents their interests at European level, by keeping its members fully informed on energy related developments being discussed and decided by all the European institutions. GEODE supports their members by regular engagement and communication as well as provides them with an excellent platform for sharing experiences and exchanging knowledge.

      For more information please visit: www.geode-eu.org

    • India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF) is a public private partnership initiative of Ministry of Power (MoP), Government of India for accelerated development of smart grid technologies in the Indian power sector. Mandate of ISGF is to advise government on policies and programs for promotion of Smart Grids in India, work with national and international agencies in standards development and to help utilities, regulators and the Industry in technology selection, capacity building and outreach programs.

      ISGF has over 100 Members covering ministries, government institutions, regulators, utilities and private companies from the industry, non-profit organisations, educational and research entities and students from renowned institutions. ISGF has constituted 10 working groups examining different aspects of Smart Grids. The members of ISGF participate in focused working groups to develop required use cases, standards, technology recommendations and guidelines. ISGF has been actively providing advisory services to MoP on matters related to smart grids in India and conducting monthly technology workshops.

      For more information please visit: www.indiasmartgrid.org

    • ISGAN is an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) that was formally established as an IEA Implementing Agreement at CEM2 in Abu Dhabi, in 2011. ISGAN fulfils all IEA Implementing Agreement reporting and coordination with the Technology Collaboration Program (TCP) under the responsibility of the EUWP and continues its close relationship with the CEM. This relationship provides high visibility to ISGAN and its achievements, including access to high-ranking government and private-sector decision makers. The bridge between the IEA and CEM created by ISGAN is of paramount importance in view of the transfer of the CEM Secretariat under the coordination of IEA. 

      The smart grid concept captures a range of advanced information, sensing, communications, control and  energy technologies, resulting in an electric power system that can intelligently integrate the actions of all connected users – from power generators to electricity consumers to those that both produce and consume electricity (“prosumers”) – to efficiently deliver sustainable, economic, accessible and secure electricity supplies. Due to the pervasive nature of smart grid technologies and the involvement of the entire electricity and energy system, single government initiatives on smart grids cannot work in isolation. ISGAN plays an amalgamating role between government and related private sector in both informal and formal ways. ISGAN focuses its activities on those aspects of smart grids where governments have regulatory authority and expertise, with emphasis on the 5 following strategic objectives: Policy, Standards and Regulations; Finance and Business Models; Technology and System Development; User and Consumer engagement; and Workforce Skills and Knowledge. 

      In its initial stage, in 2011, the number of signatories of ISGAN amounted to 14 countries. At present ISGAN membership spans over 25 countries, namely: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, European Commission, Finland, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Korea, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and United States of America. Continuous action is undertaken to enlarge membership towards countries active in the field of smart grid field. The action is both pro-active and reactive. To date, official contacts have been established with the governments of Brazil, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Israel and Chile.  

      The activities of ISGAN are achieved through its Annexes and there are currently 7 operational Annexes in progress as follows:
      -Annex 1: Global smart grid inventory (Completed)
      - Annex 2: Smart grid case studies
      - Annex 3: Cost-benefits analysis and toolkits
      - Annex 4: Synthesis of insights for decision makers
      - Annex 5: Smart grid International research Facilities Network (SIRFN)
      - Annex 6: Power T&D systems
      - Annex 7 : Smart grid transitions
      - Annex 8 : ISGAN Smart Grid Academy

      The Annexe’s Operating Agent is responsible for leading, promoting and coordinating the activities of the Annex, reporting to the ExCo, and leveraging its communication and outreach strategy. Programs of Work are revised and approved on annual basis. 

      For more information please visit: www.iea-isgan.org

    • KNX the worldwide STANDARD for home and building control

      Be part of the KNX Community and enjoy all its benefits: One standard (ISO/IEC 14543), One software tool for commissioning (ETS), All Communication Media supported (IP,RF,TP,PL), All applications in home and building control, ranging from lighting and shutter control to security systems, HVAC, monitoring, alarming, water control, energy management, smart metering as well as household appliances, A/V and much more.

      For more information please visit: www.knx.org/knx-en/

    • The Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC) is the European industry association dedicated to making the demand side a smart and interactive part of the energy value chain.

      The energy transition requires the intelligent cooperation between consumption, distribution, transmission and generation, acting as equal partners in a holistic energy system; in other words, the Smart Grid. Our focus is to promote demand-centred programs within the areas of Demand Response, energy usage feedback and information, smart home, in-home and in-building automation that form the heart of the Smart Grid. Our vision is a strong participation of the demand side in the European electricity markets, which will lead to the long-term goals of the Smart Grid: affordability, security of supply and reduced carbon emissions.

      For more information please visit: www.smartenergydemand.eu

    • In its aim to create a Team France of smart grids stakeholders the professional association Think Smartgrids, created in April 2015, ensures the development of the French Sector among the world’s greatest economies and in a global market estimated to be worth 30 billion Euros.  

      The think smartgrids association is responsible for:
      - Federating and developing the smart grids Sector in France ;
      - Promoting the sector in Europe and across the world ;
      - Representing its members and their accomplishments among the industry’s key stakeholders.

      Think smartgrids gathers 80 members which activity address the following issues: integration of renewable resources, new uses, role of the prosumer, use of data, research and expertise, Network management and exploitation.

      For more information please visit: www.thinksmartgrids.fr

    • The U.S. Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and in more than 75 countries help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets.

    • VaasaETT is a research and advisory firm focusing on the interplay of consumer behaviour, competitive energy market dynamics, and the development of smart and other offerings in energy markets globally. Research projects are tailor-made to client needs and form the basis of sound decision-making and guidance on complex issues facing the energy sector today. VaasaETT delivers the answers to your questions. Through our global network and 19 years of experience and market monitoring, VaasaETT brings best practice from over 60 markets to our clients across five continents.

      For more information please visit: www.vaasaett.com

  • Partners

    • Engerati.com - An international online community for the smart energy professional, it is part of the Clarion Events global series of smart energy events. Engerati is the best of the electric industry – the best people, ideas and technologies transforming our global electric energy usage.

      At Engerati.com you'll get access to energy related articles, analysis, white papers and more from around the world, covering the entire Energy eco-system. All our content also includes an Engerati Enhanced Search tool, meaning that, with one click, you can see the latest information the web has to offer. Content is also organized with deep taxonomies and meta tagging, making searching the site quick and easy, saving you time while providing the news, information and knowledge you want. Become an Engerati member today and you will join part of an elite global community of energy professionals.

      For more information please visit: www.engerati.com

    • There is only one truly global, Metering and Smart Energy publication – Metering International: the global leader in delivering smart utility news and information to over 200 countries. We reach those responsible for AMI and smart metering, data management, billing and customer services, on a worldwide basis. For 15 years we have been at the heart of the Metering industry, trusted by the utilities and used by the engineers, specifiers, and real decision makers who have been responsible for roll out, implementation and maintenance. We have evolved with the industry into the world of Smart Energy and examine smart grid technology, interoperability and integration, smart cities, homes, cars and regulation in the context of the global utility industry.

      For more information please visit: www.metering.com

    • Berg Insight is a dedicated M2M/IoT market research firm based in Sweden. We have been specialising in all major M2M/IoT verticals such as fleet management, car telematics, smart metering, smart homes, mHealth and industrial M2M since 2004. Our vision is to be the most valuable source of intelligence for our customers. Berg Insight offers numerous market reports, detailed market forecast databases and advisory services. We provide custom research tailored to your requirements including focussed research papers, business case analysis, go-to-market strategies and bespoke market forecasting. We have provided analytical services to 850 clients in 70 countries on six continents to date. Our customers range from many of the world’s largest mobile operators, IT companies and telecom vendors, to venture capitalists, technology start-ups and specialist consultants. Find out more at www.berginsight.com

      For more information please visit: www.berginsight.com

    • Canale Energia is a free of charge daily centering on business opportunities and new technologies for enterprises and end users who would like to gain specialized knowledge of the energy sector. The main issues approached on daily basis included strategic decisions based on international benchmarks, understanding how energy efficiency, the construction sector, bioarchitecture as well as the production and supply chain of more sectors are strictly related with the aspects of energy. Apart from its online version, www.canaleenergia.com, Canale Energia publishes a monthly newsletter in English “Energy from Italy” and an extract in pdf of the previous thirty days “Il Mensile di Canale Energia” [“The Monthly of Canale Energia”].

      For more information please visit: www.canaleenergia.com/rubriche/speak-english

    • Since 2001 CH4, the Italian magazine of gas, has been a point of reference providing information about a sector which year by year becomes increasingly technological and intertwined with the market. The magazine encompasses the issues related to transportation, distribution and sale, dealing with the current regulatory aspects and development of networks towards interoperability of the IT system and the IT security. The magazine is available, quarterly, in digital format and as hard copy. Each issue is sent out to a mailing list of around 9,000 addresses.

      For more information please visit: www.qemag.it

    • Cities Today is the only global magazine containing analysis, comment and best practices on sustainable urban development, connecting local governments with public and private sector solutions. 

      With an expert editorial advisory board comprising the World Bank, UN-Habitat, UNEP, and city associations ICLEI, C40, UCLG ASPAC, UCLG Africa, UCLG MEWA, Sister Cities International and FLACMA, the publication highlights the challenges facing city leaders and local governments in mobility, finance, smart technology, health care, energy efficiency, water, sanitation, security and housing.

      For more information please visit: www.cities-today.com

    • Domonetio.com is an excellent platform for those companies interested in promoting their products and services worldwide. From just a web banner to a video reportage about an specific product o market event. We are there where something is happening to inform the KNX community about what is going on in the world.

      More than twenty companies trust Domonetio for the press release promotion, product advertisement, specific marketing campaigns about a product or an event, etc. Thanks to a close and direct contact with the professional and KNX partner, we promote your ideas with success. All our marketing campaigns are measured in order to get feedback that allows us to make decisions.

      For more information please visit: www.domonetio.com

    • e7 is an occasion to embrace the trends of the energy sector. The magazine is released weekly and contains articles, in-depth analyses, video interviews, multimedia content, inquiries and features. All materials are original and structured as a comprehensive overview of a sector, such as that of energy, whose importance in the current economy and the world of entrepreneurship is constantly growing. The magazine is intended for online and interactive reading on tablet and PC. It is also available in PDF version which is sent out to a mailing list of around 9,000 addresses.

      For more information please visit: http://e7.mag.quotidianoenergia.it

    • efocus.sk - portal for the knowledge society and new technologies

      For more information please visit: http://www.efocus.sk/

    • Energetica Magazines-Power generation and Energy efficiency print and online platforms. Energetica International is part of the Group of Publications Omnimedia with Head office in Spain, well-known with its publications-Energetica21 in Spanish, and Energetica India with office in Mumbai, India. 

      All print issues are published with 10,000 copies/issue. The digital version reaches more than 50.000 professional subscribers from the energy sector. 

      The print and digital editions present the current market and product trends from the Solar PV, Wind, Biomass, Diesel&Gas, Energy Storage, Solar Thermal, CSP, Smart Grids industries. Each edition has got a country special: UK, Turkey and Chile, USA and South Africa, MENA, Morocco and Europe.

      For more information please visit: www.energetica21.com

    • We’re celebrating our anniversary! For 30 years energiespektrum has been a leading energy magazine in the German-speaking world. The exclusive super-size magazine format addresses the decision-makers and experts of the energy business and energy-intensive manufacturing, as well as cities and other local authorities.

      For more information please visit: www.energiespektrum.de

    • Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants. For more than 50 years, we have been developing growth strategies for the Global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community. Is your organization prepared for the next profound wave of industry convergence, disruptive technologies, increasing competitive intensity, Mega Trends, breakthrough best practices, changing customer dynamics and emerging economies? 

      For more information please visit: ww2.frost.com

    • FuturENERGY is a new concept in technical publications, highly focused on the reader and advertiser with an innovative, vibrant design providing up to date information, a unique bilingual Spanish/English format and a highly effective international distribution.

      Dealing with all energy topics from renewables, energy efficiency, smart cities, smart grids, e-mobility, etc and including technical plant reports of great interest, FuturENERGY publishes 10 issues per year, both printed and online.

      A totally free digital edition, downloadable and printable, allows greater access to our content and guarantees maximum exposure for our advertisers.

      Recently FuturENERGY has launched two new thematical webs specially focused on Energy Efficiency (read more) and on Sustainable Mobility (read more)

      FuturENERGY is going into the future – Are you coming with us?

      For more information please visit: www.futurenergyweb.es

    • GreenMatch is a guide to green energy, useful to those who are considering investing in green energy or just interested in the topic. We provide practical information about green energy solutions. We also provide updated data regarding governmental programmes and incentives in the UK. Plus, you can use GreenMatch.co.uk to compare prices and supplier standards by requesting customised quotes for free.

      For more information please visit: http://greenmatch.co.uk/

    • Greentech Media delivers market analysis, business-to-business news and conferences that inform and connect players in the global clean energy market. Our coverage extends across the clean energy industry with a focus on solar power and the electric utility market's evolution. Greentech Media's industry-leading coverage is provided by world-class journalists and a global network of expert contributors, supported by a team of analysts from our market intelligence arm, GTM Research. 

      For more information please visit: www.greentechmedia.com

    • This is the invaluable  quarterly digital publication for policy makers, scientists and researchers involved in the EU’s largest ever RDI run-on investment programme. The publication features interviews and articles from top European politicians as well as leading scientists undertaking H2020-funded research in their fields of expertise.

      For more information please visit: horizon2020projects.com

    • IDC Energy Insights assists energy businesses and IT leaders, as well as the suppliers who serve them, in making more effective technology decisions by providing accurate, timely, and insightful fact-based research and consulting services. Staffed by senior analysts with decades of industry experience, our global research analyzes and advises on business and technology issues facing the utility and oil and gas industries. International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology market.

      #IDCEI

      For more information please visit: www.idc.com/prodserv/insights/energy/index.jsp

    • "Inteligentne miasta i regiony" (eng. "Smart Cities and Regions") is a technical trade magazine B2B / B2G. This is the first in the Poland publishing initiative, which aims to combine the key suppliers of technology for smart cities and regions, along with the recipients of their services. Please visit our website: www.inteligentnemiastairegiony.pl.

      For more information please visit: www.czasopismo.inteligentnemiastairegiony.pl

    • IoT Now - How to run an IoT enabled business.

      With exclusive analyst reports and specialist journalists, IoT Now is the leading global brand covering the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine communications (M2M), embedded devices and connected consumer devices. Delivering webcasts, bi-monthly magazines, white-papers, daily news and expert opinion pieces, IoT Now focuses on the deployment of these technologies across the enterprise, automotive, logistics, healthcare, utilities, travel, security and smart city verticals.


      To join our community, register at: www.iot-now.com 
For more information, contact: Charlie Bisnar at c.bisnar@wkm-global.com

       

      For more information please visit: www.iot-now.com

    • Distributing to almost 250,000 key European figures, including policy makers, legislators, influential academics and leading industrialists, the journal covers not only advances in scientific discovery, but also the important supporting frameworks that drive European science forward.

      For more information please visit: http://www.paneuropeannetworks.com/

    • Based in Brussels, the European edition of POLITICO covers the politics, policy and personalities of the European Union. Since its launch in April 2015, the publication has built a newsroom of more than 50 journalists spanning four offices—in Brussels, Berlin, London and Paris—making it the first publication to truly connect the dots between the continent’s biggest power players. Its journalism lives online at POLITICO.eu, which reaches on average of one to 1.5 million unique visitors per month; through daily newsletters, including as Ryan Heath’s POLITICO Brussels Playbook, Francesco Guerrera’s Morning Exchange and Florian Eder’s German-language Morgen Europa.

      For more information please visit: http://www.politico.eu

    • Navigant Research is a market research and consulting team that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The team's research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of these industry sectors.

      For more information please visit: www.navigantresearch.com

    • New Power provides expert information for all those with an investment in the UK’s energy future. 

      Subscription includes: 

      -New Power Report, sent to you monthly, with: News and comment, Expert analysis of the UK energy industry, Well-informed opinion on industry issues, Interviews with UK energy industry leaders.

      -Website services: Search and sort data on over 1500 UK power projects, in the development pipeline and in operation, continuously updated; with 10 data points including status, size, owners and developers, financial support etc.; Track competitively awarded network assets; Access our editorial archive.

      For more information please visit: www.newpower.info

    • Since 2005, Quotidiano Energia, with more than 10,000 current news a year, columns, indexes and prices of energy products, has been a reference point in terms of specialized information of the sector. It is a recognized tool for work as well as in-depth analysis of oil, gas, electricity, water and environment market;

      a focus on legislation and tax regulations; an agenda with appointments at the Parliament .It also offers a daily monitoring of fuel prices applied in Italy. Besides a website, www.quotidianoenergia.it, every evening Quotidiano Energia publishes its newspaper in PDF version. The subscribers have also access to QE24, available for tablet and smartphone to allow reading the news published in the last 24 hours.

      For more information please visit: www.quotidianoenergia.it

    • From 2002 Servizi a Rete is the Italian news network dedicated to underground services.

      Through studies, updates and case histories it develops articles about water, gas, sewer system, energy, TLC and district heating.

      This network includes “Servizi a Rete” magazine, www.serviziarete.it website, “Servizi a Rete e-news”, social networks posts, training courses and conferences.

      All these activities give an in time overview on italian utilities market with also an international vision.

      For more information please visit: http://www.serviziarete.it

    • a&s SMAhome magazine is brought to you by a&s Magazine, the world’s leading security media. It is a global resource for engineers, researchers, procurement professionals providing comprehensive coverage of home security, home control and smart home, including technologies, products, and markets. Great buyer guide for product sourcing manager or professional if you're looking for home/wireless cameras, alarm, DIY kits, door solutions, sensors, software and accessories! 

      For more information please visit: mysmahome.com/

    • At the beginning of 2012, the Polish smart grid market lived to see the inauguration of the first professional portal about the industry – Smart-Grids.pl. On the basis of the website Smart-Grids.pl was issued the magazine Smart Grids Poland. In the Smart-Grids.pl to date are published the latest information from the smart grid market. The website discusses the following topics: Smart Grid, Smart Metering, ICT systems, Smart Lighting, Smart Cities, energy efficiency, distributed generation, electric vehicles, etc. We also handle issues of legal conditions for the development of Smart Grids and we present the market trends.

      For more information please visit: www.smart-grids.pl

    • Reference independent online magazine specializing in smart grids. With a presence in Europe, Latin America and the United States, SmartGridSpain covers the latest news, trends and projects being developed worldwide. It also organizes sectoral forums with the main speakers and opinion leaders of major European companies

      For more information please visit: http://smartgridspain.org/web/

  • Co-located Events

    • The Circular Economy is a new economic model that aspires to build long-term prosperity into society by decoupling economic growth from resource consumption, based on a systemic approach inspired by natural systems. It is an alternative to the current linear model, betting on a sustainable supply chain.

      Cities lend themselves particularly well to circular business models as they act as central infrastructure hubs for key resource flows. If a city wishes to capture and recirculate nutrients more effectively – for example, through industrial symbiosis – then the close proximity of citizens, industry, retailers, service providers and municipal authorities offers an ideal platform to fast-track collaboration.

      The Circular Economy European Summit is the ideal platform to make the circular transition happen by meeting the right people: institutions, investors, corporations, entrepreneurs, delegates and decision makers. A supply chain conference about the circular economy.

      For more information please visit: www.circulareconomysummit.com/

    • Climate change, global warming and the increased demand for water, amongst other factors, will reduce our hydric resources by almost half, turning the water crisis into humanity's greatest threat.

      With its global vision, Iwater is intended as an international meeting point for all the stakeholders who will define the evolution of the water sector, offering innovative high-tech solutions that effectively address challenges such as the efficient management of resources and infrastructures,, the increase in water demand in a context of hydric stress, and new models of public-private collaboration.

      For more information please visit: www.iwaterbarcelona.com/en/

    • Where cities meet cities
      The worldwide leading event for the smart city industry.
      Through activities, the exceptional congress featuring world renowned speakers, and popular side events, the SCEWC attracts thousands each year, making it consistently the top event for exhibitors and visitors alike.

The SCEWC seeks to give everyone involved the chance to be inspired, share experience and knowledge, strive for innovation, network and do business.

      For more information please visit: www.smartcityexpo.com/en