Smart Grids Middle East, taking place December 5-7 in Dubai, is the region’s biggest assembly of smart grid leaders from the utility and private sectors. Utilities large and small will be attending three packed days of workshops, panels, and presentations on subjects of critical importance to the region’s power sector, such as smart metering, AMI, automated distribution, MDM, grid security, interoperability, and more.

The conference includes speakers from Europe, the United States, and across the Middle East who will present case studies on smart metering and smart grid projects worldwide and analyse their usefulness for local conditions.

As well as offering practical insights on how to implement and manage smart grid projects, Smart Grids Middle East is a strategic forum for the debating of commercial, regulatory, and technological changes affecting the power sector across the region.

Case studies will be presented on smart grid projects in various stages of development from the following utilities and projects: DEWA, ADWEA, Saudi Electricity Company, FEWA, EHC Oman, Masdar City, Xcel’s SmartGridCity in Boulder Colorado, E.On, and more from Europe.

More information on the conference, including the full agenda, is to be found at www.smartgridsme.com