POWER-GEN Europe Speakers Set

By Jack Burke02 June 2017

POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe 2017, a conference and exhibition for the international power and renewable industries set for June 20-22, has unveiled the line-up for this year’s opening keynote.
Representing three very different organizations – including Europe’s most important energy region, a global renewables leader and a pan-European electricity association – the speakers are:
· Frank-Michael Baumann, MD, Energy Agency North Rhine Westphalia
· Antonio Cammisecra, CEO and General Manager, Enel Green Power
· Kristian Ruby, Secretary General, EURELECTRIC
“Europe’s power industry is changing beyond recognition. That’s why we’ve brought together an enviable speaker-line up that can help our delegates make sense of the current state of the industry as a whole,” said Nigel Blackaby, POWER-GEN Europe Conference Director. “This is the only event offering expert content across the power generation value chain – and this is a must-attend session for today’s industry professionals. Our experts will provide exclusive insights on the increasingly digitalised, decentralized and decarbonized power system and its implications for the sector.”
The keynotes, which take place on day one, will set the scene for the 25th anniversary event. The speakers will present their unique perspectives on the most important trends impacting Europe’s power market, including digitalisation, energy storage and cyber security.
The conference and exhibition is taking place at the Koelnmesse, Cologne. Delegates will receive an exclusive Frost & Sullivan white paper, with valuable market intelligence on distributed power, demand response and solar PV.


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