IBM CTO Energy Environment and Utilities sessions at Cambridge's 10th Cleanpower Smart Grids 2019 1-2 July

Call To Action published by CIR Strategy, under Artificial Intelligence / Machine learning, Automation / Robotics, Battery technology , Big Data, Energy applications

On 1-2 July 2019, the Cleanpower Smart Grids Conference summit and tech showcase - an independent Cambridge high-quality two-day executive event - welcomes a pivotal session by IBM CTO Energy, Environment, Utilities, who gives approaches to adding flexible energy storage with high-percentage intermittency on the grid.

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The Cleanpower & Smart Grids Conference Summit 2019, an innovation event on the Grand Challenges of clean energy growth, reaches its 10th birthday in Cambridge this summer. The conference will approach the innovation challenges of clean energy systems (smart grids) and energy storage via connectivity, ML and data and cyber security for resilience. National Grid, BEIS Innovation, Ofgem, Faraday Institution, CyanConnode plc, Darktrace, Landis & Gyr, Moixa Energy, Smart DCC, BP Ventures (invited), Ripple Energy (invited), UK Power Networks (invited), Alfa Energy, Arrowhead SG (invited), NERA, RWE Innogy and Cambridge University (materials) are taking part. This conference is not to be missed. 

Dr Justin Hayward, Director of Conference Summit, CIRwrites:

We are delighted to announce these programme developments and welcome those interested in sponsorship marketing, tech showcase presence or attendance at this conference. We've made the event modular by enabling one day and two x half day and dinner tickets - in all more than a dozen categories!

CIR Conferences registration and info start page 2019:
Ticket shop (11 types open now with early bird pricing): 
All ticket types:
All event pass with dinner and event hotel:
All event pass with dinner college room B&B:
All event pass with dinner no accommodation:
Even more modularised including startup & dinner options (eventbrite)

Clean Energy Growth is one of the key Grand Challenges. It has perhaps never been more important to focus on clean energy systems in a systematic way and to consider how to move forward with a fully sustainable, robust and affordable global energy system. If we were to achieve this, then the strong, long-run growth trends in energy consumption, which leading global players, science and governments have highlighted, could become less problematic as clean, sustainable energy would underpin that growth.

Please join us for this 10th anniversary celebration of this independent conference series Cleanpower and Smart Grids, where we will continue a decade of helping to make further progress towards these aims. The first series event, "Cleanpower" took place 2009. We'll focus this year not only on clean power generation such as renewables and on digital connectivity and cyber security for smart grids, through companies like Darktrace, Moixa, NERA, IBM and CyanConnode, but also on energy storage, battery technology and energy efficiency through a number of interesting tech scale-up innovators. Across all sessions, industry 4.0 enabling technologies will come to the fore at this event.

Day 1: Executive technologies briefing day and evening dinner at Christ's College
Day 2: Executive conference summit day & close

We welcome approaches from young innovation companies with enabling technology, battery/energy storage or energy products and services that were founded after 1 January 2017 (and hence are new to us and would have been too young to attend our 2017 event).

Your support in enabling this conference is much appreciated by the organiser and team.

We hope to provide great publicity and showcasing for your technology, innovation and services.

For marketing sponsorship and exhibition positions, please call CIR directly on +447720047402 and join a roster of excellent organisations that have participated since 2009.

Cambridge Investment Research(CIR) (founded 2002) 

CIR has run 50 technology commercialisation conference days 2002 - 2017 in four cities in the UK. There have been over 4,250 attendees and over 500 speakers and the internal list reached over 50,000 in 2019, with media partners and other promotions likely to reach a relevant audience of well over 300,000 executives, investors, inventors & innovators, industrial academics and public sector senior staff.

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