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In Focus

  • Germany is the Country Partner for WUS 2020 for Grid Transformation theme.

  • USAID in association with KPMG confirms as “Knowledge Partner” for theme “Market Enablers”.

  • "Utilities across the globe are facing several challenges, be it increasing share of renewable energy moreor the changing needs and expectations of their customers. These challenges can be met by new solutions, business models, policies and regulations. WUS provides the ideal platform for all the stakeholders to deliberate on these issues." less

    Mr. Vikram Gandotra

    IEEMA Executive Council
    Chair - World Utility Summit 2020

  • "The World Utility Summit is the perfect platform to understand the future scenarios morefrom experts, learn new opportunities and network with renowned thought leaders in the power utility space. It is an exciting time to be part of the transition and I look forward to your active participation in Utility Next. See you all there!" less

    Dr. Kannan Tinnium

    Co-Chair WUS 2020
    Senior Member, IEEE

  • "The landscape for power utilities is changing rapidly with new technologies. These changes moreoffer challenges and opportunities to power utilities to re-invent themselves. World Utility Summit initiated in 2016 and continued with renowned success in 2018 bringing together over 300 delegates from 50 countries. I take this opportunity to welcome you to join WUS 2020 to hear from the leaders and interact with them to discuss the evolving landscape of utilities." less

    Mr. Manjit Singh Sethi

    Convenor WUS 2020

  • Registration is now Open!


World Utility Summit is coming back in 2020 around theme Utility Next for electricity utilities. The electricity ecosystem is undergoing an unprecedented transformation with the proliferation of renewables, distributed generation resources and electric vehicles on one side and consumer activism and regulatory pressures on the other. Next-generation technologies like digitalization (IOT, machine learning, artificial intelligence) and energy storage are progressing at a rapid pace. These developments can help utilities to embrace the complexities of the network and be prepared to drive decisions based on probabilities and real-time data.

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