Supported by worldwide leading associations - Independent Power Producers Forum (IPPF), India Smart Grid Forum, Energy Services Network Association and World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE), the Organizing Committee is honored to announce that Smart Grid Asia Congress 2013 (SGAC 2013) will be held in Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort, Indonesia, Dec 17 – 19, 2013.
The theme of this year is: Place yourself at the forefront of the smart energy revolution. Featured government official and utility speakers invited are from Indonesia, South Korea, China, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, etc. As these countries are experiencing or are planning to roll out smart grid technologies.
We expect that 30+ industry leaders and 200+ senior executives will join this high profile event. We are confident that SGAC 2013 will offer attendees an unparalleled look into what’s new and what’s on the horizon in smart grid business in Asia. The 3-day event aims to bridge the connection among government officials, utilities, vendors, industrial power users, etc. so that they could discuss the current status of smart grid roll-out activities, share the technological advancements, and promote the development of this technology towards a smart energy revolution. SGAC 2013 is your annual MUST attend event!
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