30 May 2018
Watt’s next? - Pöyry at Eurelectric Power Summit 2018
The energy industry is at a tipping point.
New players are entering the business. New products are disrupting markets. Customers and business relations are being revamped.
Leaders of change must challenge mind-sets in order that the future of energy is successfully met and shaped by business strategies.
Who knows what's next?
‘Watt’s next?’ - Eurelectric Power Summit 2018 (Ljubljana, 4th-5th June 2018) is the place where industry captains and leaders of change will meet to discuss this question.
As the leading forum where the power sector’s ecosystem connects, the Summit offers unique networking opportunities for European and international power sector executives as well as business stakeholders and partners alike.
Pöyry’s Stephen Woodhouse will be chairing the “Digitalise it!” session, during which it will be explored how the use of digital platforms across the energy system will help deliver enhanced user experience and more resource-efficient industrial processes.
The following questions will also be addressed:
- What’s the value of an increased digitalisation across the value chain?
- How will it contribute to deliver customer engagement, industry integration and efficiency?
Come and join us for two days of debates on the leading-edge business and technology developments in the sector.
The agenda for the conference is now available and bookings are still open.
Did you know?
In 2018 Pöyry is proud to be celebrating its 60th Anniversary.
In 1958 the first integrated circuit was demonstrated by its creator Jack Kilby, which led to much of the technology still used in our computers today.
Pöyry is an international consulting and engineering company. We serve clients across power generation, transmission & distribution, forest industry, biorefining & chemicals, mining & metals, infrastructure and water & environment. Together, we deliver smart solutions and work with the latest digital innovations. Pöyry's net sales in 2017 were EUR 522 million. The company's shares are quoted on Nasdaq Helsinki. Approximately 5500 experts. 40 countries. 115 offices.