Our partners

  • Supporting Associations

    • 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 Electricity Distribution System Operators (DSOs) cooperating to bring smart grids from vision to reality.  The development of smart grids is a prerequisite to reaching the EU’s ambitious energy, climate and internal market objectives. EDSO and its members are committed to this challenge whilst at the same time promoting the reliability, optimal management and technical development of the electricity distribution grids. Our association is the key interface between the DSOs and the European Institutions, promoting the development of Smart Grid technology, new market designs and regulation. Have a look at our brochure.

      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

    • “Energy Networks Association (ENA) is the voice of the networks, representing the electricity and gas transmission and distribution network operators in the UK and Ireland. Our members are diverse, from major international companies to independent network operators. 

      ENA is actively engaged with government, regulators and the EU Commission as well as producing a wide range of industry standards. The impact of regulation, the increasing influence of European legislation, the challenge of new technologies and the importance of securing our energy future, all against the background of the 2020 renewable energy targets, are just some issues ENA deals with.”

      For more information please visit: http://www.energynetworks.org/

    • Founded in 1985, EPIA – 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.

      EPIA’s mission is to give its global membership a distinct and effective voice in the European market, especially in the EU. EPIA activities focus on three main pillars: supporting the development of a strategic framework for sustainable PV markets in Europe; contributing to the proper integration of PV in the electricity grid and market; and enabling access to financing and R&D funding.

      For more information please visit: www.epia.org

    • The European Smart Metering Industry Group (ESMIG) is the European industry association that provides knowledge and expertise on Smart Metering and energy-related consumer services within the Smart Grid area at a European level.

      ESMIG covers all aspects of multi-commodity metering and consumer energy management. Member companies cover the entire value chain from meter manufacturing, software development, installation and consulting to communication services, home energy management products/services and system integration. 

      By giving support to European Union institutions, member states, national organisations and standardisation organisations, the industry group aims to assist in the development of national and European wide introduction, roll-out and management of Smart Metering solutions and technologies related to energy management.

      ESMIG is open to any supplier of Smart Metering, Smart Grids or energy management solutions and services within the European Union.

      For more information please visit: http://esmig.eu/

    • 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

    • The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) finances R&D and Demonstration projects on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells. It is a unique public-private partnership between the European Commission, Europe's fuel cell and hydrogen industry and research organisations. It aims to accelerate the market introduction of these technologies. Fuel cells, as an efficient conversion technology, and hydrogen, as a clean energy carrier capable of being generated from renewable energy sources, have significant potential. They can help fight carbon dioxide emissions, reduce Europe’s dependence on fossil fuels, and create growth and jobs in Europe. The FCH JU has built a real, strong, reliable and committed platform in Europe for fuel cells and hydrogen research and development. Industry, research, and local, national and European officials can all act to harness the technology to address major socio-economic and environmental challenges.

      For more information please visit: www.fch-ju.eu

    • GEODE is European 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

    • HomePlug® Alliance is a group of about 60 companies working together to develop technology specifications and certification & logo programs for powerline networking. With over 120 million devices in the market, HomePlug products are used worldwide by consumers and service providers to improve home networking performance while expanding coverage and Wi-Fi® mobility.

      For more information please visit: www.homeplug.org/

    • The Interoperable Device Interface Specifications (IDIS) Industry Association is a non-profit, association established to maintain and promote publicly available technical interoperability specifications based on open standards and supports their implementation in interoperable products.

      IDIS is an association for smart metering companies which are committed to providing interoperable products based on open standards. The current members include Elster, Iskraemeco, Itron and Landis+Gyr.

      For more information please visit: http://idis-association.com/

    • 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

    • The Israeli Smart Energy Association, ISEA, serves as a national platform, bringing together local and global Smart Energy players and stakeholders to share knowledge, drive initiatives, and build partnerships.

      The goal of the ISEA is to position Israel as one of the leading countries in the Smart Energy domain; both in terms of developing a local innovative industry, as well as local adoption and deployment of Smart Energy solutions. The ISEA enables its members to interact with the most relevant local and global leaders in the space, taking an active role in shaping the local industry and driving economic growth.

      For more information please visit: www.isea.org

    • The International Water Association (IWA) is an organisation that brings together people from across the water profession to deliver equitable and sustainable water solutions for our world. As a global network of water professionals, the IWA seeks to engage and partner with anyone that is concerned about the future of water. It aims to connect people with a diversity of backgrounds to generate innovative solutions and new opportunities to tackle urban and basin-related water challenges and pioneers science and furthers technological innovation. It believes that leading edge practices will come about when people from across the world, across sectors and across disciplines come together and take action.

      For more information please visit: www.iwahq.org

    • The Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF) is a global stakeholder organization committed to creating smarter, cleaner electrical systems around the world. GSGF is comprised of national smart grid organizations from fifteen countries and the European Union. GSGF brings together the intellectual capital of smart grid stakeholder organizations from around the world to:

      • facilitate the collaboration of national and international Smart Grid nongovernmental organizations and governmental organizations from around the world to conduct and foster research in the application of Smart Grid technologies;

      • support rapid implementation of Smart Grid technologies by establishing itself as the global center for competency on Smart Grid technologies and policy issues;

      • foster the international exchange of ideas and best practices on energy issues, including reliability, efficiency, security, and climate change;

      • create avenues for dialogue and cooperation between the public and private sectors in countries around the world on issues relating to the deployment of Smart Grid technologies.

      These and other activities help member organizations initiate changes to their countries' electric systems to enhance security, increase flexibility, reduce emissions, and maintain affordability, reliability, and accessibility.

      For more information please visit: www.globalsmartgridfederation.org

    • Korea Smart Grid Association (KSGA) was founded on May, 2009 to represent the private sector and contribute to the development of the smart grid industry. KSGA works on delivering various voices from the private sector to the government so as to ensure the industry’s efforts are reflected in the government’s policies, creating synergy between the public and private sectors. In order to secure member companies’ competitiveness and develop the smart grid sector at the private level, it is also conducting various business activities that individual companies cannot do alone, such as the establishment of essential infrastructure and international cooperation and standardization projects.

      For more information please visit: www.ksmartgrid.org

    • The OSGP Alliance, founded in 2006 as the Energy Services Network Association (ESNA), is an independent global, not-for-profit association that promotes the adoption of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) and related services and infrastructure for smart grid applications. 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.

      Products & Services: Device Developers, AMI / AMR, Meter Data Management, Meter Manufacturers / Components , Electricity Metering , Load Management, Monitoring & Control Systems, Outage Management, Smart Grid Solutions, Standards

      For more information please visit: http://www.osgp.org/

    • The Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC) is an industry group 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.sedc-coalition.eu

    • Smart Grids Flanders (SGF) is an independent networking platform that brings together relevant actors working on smart grids technology.

      It is looking to improve cooperation in order to accelerate smart grid deployment in Flanders and abroad. The platform initiates projects, facilitates networking and spreads information. Its members include prominent research and industrial players.

      For more information please visit: www.smartgridsflanders.be

    • VaasaETT is a research and advisory consultancy dedicated to customer related issues in the energy industry. VaasaETT conducts research projects into our core expertise areas: Demand response, active demand, smart billing, household energy prices (residential energy prices), margins & profits, energy market liberalizations, customer loyalty and lifetime value, switching, competition in the global energy markets and smart energy solutions such as smart meters and smart grids. We track 60 markets globally (every liberalised market since they opened) to bring in-depth research and elaborate analysis to the table of our clients. They bring the questions, we deliver the answers.

      For more information please visit: www.vaasaett.com

  • Supporting Associations

    • The Smart Energy Demand Coalition (SEDC) is an industry group 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.sedc-coalition.eu

  • Official Community Partner

    • 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

  • Official Publications

    • metering.com is the leading global news and information source and online community for utility processionals. Updated daily, this leading industry news portal is the first choice for utility professionals from around the world when looking for current and topical content in the ever-changing global utilities market.

      For more information please visit: www.metering.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

  • Training Partner

    • Clarion Training is a provider of global technical and professional development solutions.

      Our aim is to be a leading company in the training industry by providing a unique learning experience, developing and empowering individuals through behavioural change, enhancing skills and making a positive and measurable impact in the performance of every business.

      For more information please visit: www.clariontraining.com

  • Media & Knowledge Partners

    • Slovak professional monthly focusing on industrial automation, measurement, control and information systems. We inspire professionals since 1994. 

      For more information please visit: www.atpjournal.sk

    • 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. In addition to M2M/IoT, we are also active within Location-Based Services, mobile Value-Added Services and Next Generation Technologies. We have provided analytical services to 700 clients in 69 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.

      For more information please visit: www.berginsight.com

    • Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) is the definitive source of insight, data and news on the transformation of the energy sector. BNEF has staff of 180, based in 14 offices around the world.

      BNEF Insight Services provide financial, economic and policy analysis in the following industries and markets: wind, solar, bioenergy, geothermal, gas, nuclear, energy efficiency, digital energy, energy storage, advanced transportation, carbon markets, REC markets, and power markets. 

      For more information please visit: www.bnef.com

    • Canal Energeia raises the profile of the opportunities, the new technologies for the enterprises, the technical clerks, the managers and the end-users who currently constitute the sector's chains.

      It is an "open" and multimedia channel, an occasion for debates, discussions, opinions that accompanies the development and integration of energy and efficiency for a new industrial growth of the national economic system. For this reason, besides the energy companies, we involve enterprises, technical clerks from the sector and users that need qualified information to reduce their consumption, improve proper efficiency and as a result, increase their margins. CE also offers a look at the end consumers, providing them with guidelines to understand the energy sector.

      For more information please visit: www.canaleenergia.com

    • Clean Energy Pipeline is an award-winning independent source of news, data, research and analytics about the Clean Energy sector. Our news team delivers real-time business news and identifies the latest and most relevant regulatory and policy announcements, investment, M&A and project finance news, new funds and fund closes. This news is supplemented with opinion-pieces based on in-depth interviews with senior-level executives, advisers, investors and policy-makers. Sign up for our free newsletters 

      For more information please visit: www.cleanenergypipeline.com

    • Founded in 2002, Cleantech Group’s (CTG) mission is to accelerate sustainable innovation. Core to this mission is i3, an online platform that connects corporates with innovation, at scale, by allowing them to find, vet, and connect with start-ups—efficiently building an innovation pipeline. In conjunction with i3, we offer premium Advisory Services for corporates in need of expertise designing and executing strategies for sustainable innovation, and managing the pipeline created in i3. The i3 platform comes to life at our global Events, which convene corporates and start-ups, along with other players shaping the future of sustainable innovation. CTG is headquartered in San Francisco, and has offices in London and New York.

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

    • The magazine ees INTERNATIONAL – The Electrical Energy Storage Magazine is the most important international trade magazine for storing electrical energy, serving manufacturers, suppliers, project developers and distributers.

      The quarterly magazine addresses the increasingly rapid growing market of the future, energy storage, and provides an ever-growing target audience with international news, background stories and market information.

      In addition to the printed copies of the magazine, it is also available in digital form and is distributed to more than 75,000 qualified industry contacts worldwide. 

      For more information please visit: www.ees-magazine.com

    • Energie & Management is one of the leading trade journals within the energy markets in Germany, Austria and Swiss since 1994. 

      For more information please visit: www.energie-und-management.de

    • Electrical Review is the longest established UK electrical journal. First published in 1872, it is by far the longest established journal serving the UK electrical engineering industry.

      The magazine is aimed at electrical engineers, project managers, consultants and electrical contractors. Essentially any key personnel specifying electrical systems in buildings and industry, including manufacturing, retail, local government/health authorities, data centres, electricity supply industries and utilities and hi tech building services.

      Electrical Review remains the electrical engineer’s favourite read. With pressure on us all to use energy more efficiently, Electrical Review takes an in depth look at the technologies, legislation and application of energy efficient processes, as well as emerging forms of renewable energy. Power generation, transmission and distribution, standby power, UPS systems and batteries are all covered in-depth.

      For more information please visit: www.electricalreview.co.uk

    • Energy Storage Report: the latest energy storage news and intelligence

      Energy storage is increasingly critical to all sectors of the power industry. However, it’s also a complex, rapidly evolving field.

      Stay on top of it with Energy Storage Report, a free weekly newsletter, website and Twitter feed that scrutinises the energy storage market. We offer in-depth analysis of the technologies, trends and issues that are part of this exciting sector.

      So whether you’re a developer, operator, researcher, policy maker or anyone else with an interest in the future of energy, take a look at our website, sign up for our weekly email newsletter or follow us on Twitter to get the latest on storage.

      For more information please visit: www.energystoragereport.info

    • 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.energetica-international.com

    • Enerope is the expert encyclopaedia for the European energy industry. Conceived as a professional energy portal, enerope is aimed at experts from across the energy spectrum from bio energy to wind energy.

      For more information please visit: www.enerope.eu

    • The Engineer is the UK’s leading engineering and technology news magazine and website. Published monthly, The Engineer Magazine provides news, features and analysis of emerging technologies, explores innovation across all sectors of industry, and features regular interviews with the world’s top engineers.

      The Engineer’s website publishes breaking news and provides its readers with expert views, analysis, a lively debating forum and an industry leading jobs board.

      Launched in January 1856, The Engineer was one of the world’s first professional publications and over the past 150 years has become established as the most widely read and respected publication for the industry. Register here for our newsletter!

      For more information please visit: www.theengineer.co.uk

    • IDC Energy Insights offers industry-focused technology research and advice covering: Entire energy industry value chain to maximise the business value of IT investments; Emerging and existing technology and market developments such as smart metering, intelligent grid, renewable and distributed energy, and digital oilfield programs; Developments in technologies, manufacturers and vendors, regulatory issues and market preferences; and comprehensive and up-to-date market data on Smart Meter, PV Module and Solar Inverter through Trackers.

      International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services and events for the information technology market. IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the world’s leading technology, media, research, and events company.

      For more information please visit: http://www.idc-ei.com

    • IHS is a global information company with world-class experts in the pivotal areas shaping today’s business landscape: energy, economics, geopolitical risk, sustainability and supply chain management. We employ more than 8,000 people in more than 31 countries around the world.

      For more information please visit: www.technology.ihs.com

    • Business opportunities and market watch to promote green technologies and sustainable growth in North Africa

      Massolia is, since April 2010, the referent public affairs agency for green techsoperators toward engineers, policymakers and industrialswithin the industry and institutions of environmental technologies , offering  solutions in three stages :

      • Business intelligence through news, pressreleases and corporate events to present the latest technological achievements.
      • Influence through presenting advantageous and cost-effective  environmental technologies in water, waste, renewable energy and sustainable development. 

      For more information please visit: fr.slideshare.net/Massolia/massoliacopprateenglish2014

    • Focused on machine to machine communications, M2M Now is a blog-led website supported by a quarterly print magazine, regular webinars and industry videos.  The website provides a forum for industry experts to debate key issues, a resource centre for learning and up to the minute news. The inaugural issue of the magazine launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona – and will be available at all key M2M events worldwide through  2012. For more information contact: Cherisse Draper at  c.draper@m2mnow.biz

      For more information please visit: www.m2mnow.biz

    • Parks Associates is an internationally recognized market research and consulting company specializing in emerging consumer technology products and services.  The company's expertise includes digital media and platforms, entertainment and gaming, home networks, Internet and television services, digital health, mobile applications and services, support services, consumer apps, advanced advertising, consumer electronics, energy management, and home control systems and security. 

      For more information please visit: www.parksassociates.com

    • 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

    • Power Info Today is one of the leading online service provider in the Global Energy Industry. We feature latest news, industry project updates and trends. www.powerinfotoday.com provides senior staff and other purchasing decision makers with all that is required to stay top in this growing market.

      For more information please visit: www.powerinfotoday.com

    • Power Insider Asia is the regions leading bi-monthly power report, focussing on the energy markets across the continent. The publication runs features, interviews and case studies on all of the major power segments, from combined cycle to supercritical, photovoltaics to solid oxide fuel cell and desalination to wastewater treatment. We have fantastic contributions from industry experts, leading utilities such as EGAT and NTPC, and major equipment manufacturers and contractors such as Alstom and Veolia.

      For more information please visit: www.pimagazine-asia.com

    • 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: serviziarete.it

    • The Smart Grid Library delivers consulting and information services.  SGL Partners is its strategic advisory group focused on Smart Grid and M2M business sectors.  We deliver transformational consulting services and insightful analyses to clients.  Our experts help vendors and utilities build and deploy actionable strategies that enhance immediate and long-term business objectives.  We provide pragmatic guidance and targeted deliverables to address complex business challenges. Our consultants have extensive experience working with startups and established companies to create roadmaps for success in the Smart Grid sector.  The Smart Grid Library delivers information generation | transmission | distribution.

      For more information please visit: www.smartgridlibrary.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 quarterly Smart Grids Poland. In the Smart-Grids.pl to date are published the latest information from the smart grid market. The website discussed the following topics: Smart Grid, Smart Metering, ICT systems, Smart Lighting, Smart Cities, energy efficiency, distributed generation, electric vehicle etc.  We also handle issues of legal conditions for the development of Smart Grids and we present trends in the market. 

      For more information please visit: http://smart-grids.pl/

    • Quarterly Smart Grids Polska is published since March 2012. It is the first magazine in Poland, which moving themes of smart grids (electricity, gas, water, heat). Magazine was based on www.smart-grids.pl. Quarterly Smart Grids Poland is aimed to professionalist involved in research, production and service smart grid market. The magazin discussed the following topics: smart grid, smart metering, ICT systems, smart lighting, smart cities, energy efficiency, distributed generation, electric vehicle etc. We also handle issues of legal conditions for the development of smart grids and we present trends in the market. Distribution channels: sales of subscriptions or individual copies, direct mail, trade fairs, conferences and training. 

      For more information please visit: http://www.smartgridspolska.pl/

    • Smart Grid Technology Review provides news, research and authoritative analysis on key developments and innovation in Smart Grid Technology and Applications.

      For more information please visit: http://www.smartgridtechnology.net/

    • a&s SMAhome magazine is published bi-monthly, six times a year on every odd month, by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Taiwan Branch.

      It is a professional trade magazine for smart home professionals in the worldwide smart home industry since 2014. a&s SMAhome magazine and mySMAhome.com are the authoritative sourcing guides to provide comprehensive coverage of significant trends, latest technologies, innovations and successful business models on the smart home industry.

      For more information please visit: www.asmag.com/SMAhome

    • SWAN - The Smart Water Networks Forum, is a worldwide industry forum promoting the use of data technologies in water networks, making them smarter, more efficient and more sustainable.

      SWAN brings industry leaders together to create and accelerate awareness and effective use of smart data systems for water networks.

      For more information please visit: www.swan-forum.com

    • For over 80 years, Staffetta Quotidiana has been in the vanguard of energy information. Independent and authoritative from the outset, it has always been a sure point of reference for the energy business.

      Staffetta Quotidiana publishes more than 10,000 news reports a year and is an essential tool for keeping current with what is happening in the field of energy, thanks to its concise information, comments, and expert analysis, along with accounts of market moves, consumption, statistics, laws, decrees, regulatory agencies’ activities, tenders and events. 

      For more information please visit: www.staffettaonline.com

    • Today there is no shortage of information on issues related to energy – magazines, newsletters, national newspapers, email newsletters, dedicated Internet sites – the list goes on. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper.

      The Energy Industry Times is a monthly newspaper dedicated to providing forward-looking reporting on the key issues driving this exciting sector. At last, an easy way to keep abreast of the latest news in the power and energy sectors – from a source you can trust. 

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

    • Verdantix provides authoritative data, analysis and advice to help organisations succeed with their energy, environment and sustainability strategies.

      We advise organisations on how to achieve: Faster internal sign-off for project funding and annual budgets; Improved strategic decision-making on energy and sustainability; Enhanced understanding of competitive position; Accelerated revenue growth for energy and sustainability offerings; Reduced risk in supplier selection; Increased brand profile in the energy/sustainability ecosystem.

      For more information please visit: verdantix

    • Water21 is the official magazine of the International Water Association, which is partnering with European Utility Week on the new Smart Water conference track. Water21 is published six times a year and provides a global perspective on the most important business, technology and environmental issues affecting the sector. To receive trial copies, visit www.iwapublishing.com/register

      For more information please visit: www.water21online.com