If you haven’t reserved your seat at the Metering and Smart Grids Caribbean 2012 conference yet, you still have one week to act.
This is the only place where metering and smart grid utility professionals from across the Caribbean network and do business.
BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!
More than 19 countries are attending and the speaker line-up includes the following:
Andrew Thorington, Projects Manager: Technical Services, IT and Disaster Management, CARILEC, Saint Lucia
Craig O'Connor, Director, Office of Renewable Energy & Environmental Exports, Export-Import Bank of the United States, US
Cristino Sánchez Rivera, Operations Director, EDESUR Distribution, Dominican Republic
Sally Yearwood, Executive Director, Caribbean-Central American Action, US
Luis Rodríguez, Director of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Industry & Commerce, Dominican Republic
Sangeet Dutta, Vice President: Customer Operations, Jamaica Public Service Company, Jamaica
Christian Blais, Vice President, Information Technology, BELCO, Bermuda
Ricardo Baeza, Director: Energy Loss Department, EDENORTE, Dominican Republic
Luis García Fanjul, Director of International Sales, IUSA, US
Robert Shively, CEO, Metadigm Services, US
Marisa Smith, Manager: HR and Training, Bahamas Electricity Corporation, Bahamas
Steve Lins, Chief Assistant General Manager: Business Strategy, Glendale Water and Power, US
Pablo Corredor, General Manager, XM and President of COCIER, Colombia
Caonabo Ortega, Manager: Energy Control, EDESUR, Dominican Republic
Matt Lecar, Principal: Energy Consulting, Smart Grid Center of Excellence, General Electric International, US
Jaime Ramirez, Account Executive, Itron, USFabio Dominguez, Sales VP -Latin America, Elster, US
Andrew Massias, CEO, IslandNet, Jamaica
Rick Tallman, Founder & Partner, Renova Capital Partners, US
Howard Scott, Managing Partner, Cognyst International, US
Donald Schlenger, Vice President, SAIC, US
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The Metering and Smart Grids Caribbean 2012 program includes the following topics:
Obtaining project finance for Caribbean energy projects: attracting alternative project delivery and financing mechanisms for smart grids and meters
AMI/AMR trends and future developments in the Caribbean
Leveraging AMI to increase operational efficiency, customer engagement and drive top line growth
Overcoming the interoperability challenges and examining the latest developments in standards
Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) implementation in the Dominican Republic
Challenges and solutions to extending the Smart Grid into Bermuda’s homes
Evaluating the results of Smart Home Pilots in the Caribbean
Theft, fraud and revenue protection in the smart grid era
Overcoming the key challenges facing utilities in MDM implementation and utilizing MDMS for smart data analysis
Smart metering and beyond – streamlining operations to improve productivity
Grid automation: Effective tools to improve reliability and reduce outages
Driving the role of AMI and demand response in integrating high penetrations of renewable energy for island electric systems
Also featuring interactive panel discussions, including:
Exploring how the Caribbean can effectively manage the supply and demand of power on the grid
Exploring alternative approaches to generation – new models for diversified/distributed energy generation and long term profitability for utilities
To make sure you do not lose out on this opportunity, contact Ken Lovegrove on t: 800 262 9176 or 604 566 4949
We look forward to welcoming you to Miami!