Watt’s Next? Top line-up at Eurelectric’s Power Summit 2018

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For its 20th edition, Eurelectric’s Annual Convention freshens up to become the Power Summit. As the major event of the EU power sector community, the Summit will get you connecting, moving and engaging with top energy leaders.
Eurelectric’s Power Summit Watt’s Next taking place on 4-5 June in Ljubljana, Slovenia is the ultimate forum where leaders of change and industry captains will challenge your mind-set and shape business strategies to meet the energy future successfully. 
Watt’s Next will bring you this year more panels, interviews and interactive sessions with distinguished panellist and speakers. Join us and let yourself be inspired by exclusive insights from major utility CEOs, including Francesco Starace of ENEL SpA, Magnus Hall of Vattenfall, Alistair Philips-Davies of SSE and Pekka Lundmark of Fortum!
“We are very excited about the level of enthusiasm we have received from speakers, sponsors and attendees to our Summit,” said Kristian Ruby, Eurelectric Secretary General. “Our aim is to inspire participants to look to the future and to discover what’s next in the energy business. We want to be ahead of new players entering the business, new products disrupting the markets and present innovative solutions to enhance consumer relations and engagement.” 
A side event on investment challenges in South-Eastern Europe will be included and an exclusive site visit to a hydropower plant.
To complement our exhibition, an Energy Innovation Space will bring the opportunity for innovative energy start-ups to meet and engage with established industry leaders and pitch projects.
Several social networking events are also foreseen over the two day Summit.
To register for the Watt’s Next Power Summit, and to discover the programme and speakers, please visit www.wattsnext.eurelectric.org.
Background:  The Union of the Electricity Industry - Eurelectric, is the sector association representing the interests of the electricity industryin Europe. Our work covers all major issues affecting the sector, from electricity generation and markets, to distribution networks, customers, as well as environment and sustainability issues.