[European Utility Week] Discover the 3 participating companies!
For the 5th year running and working closely with Think SmartGrids, Business France, the agency dedicated to the internationalisation of the French economy, is organising the French delegation at the EUW trade fair to showcase the expertise of companies in the smart grids and energy transition fields.
This event’s rise in importance is both noteworthy and noticed for the quality of its participants, speakers and visitors. Come and meet public service experts, network operators, suppliers, consultants, start-ups and system integrators working throughout the smart energy value chain.
The show will host over 600 exhibitors, 12,000 visitors from 100 countries and 400 contributors & speaker. An exhibition organised around several themes including Grid Optimisation, Energy Storage, Smart Metering, Smart Cities, Smart Homes, Analytics and IoT, Cyber Security, Smart Gas, Smart Water..
This year, the SMILE Brittainy-Pays de la Loire stand will host three companies for European Utility Week. Find out about them:
Winner of 30 Prizes for innovation, including the Ministry for Research’s iLab Competition, the Open France Cleantech, Energiency was named “Energy Transition Start-up” by Usine Nouvelle magazine. Founded in 2013 by industry engineers and IT researchers (INRIA) specialising in the Industry of Tomorrow, Energiency is a 24-person start-up based in Rennes and Lyon. Energiency is the most innovative solution on the market for the analysis of industrial energy performance. 1st solution to integrate the power of big data, the cloud and artificial intelligence to identify and exploit the new potential energy savings in the industry. Energiency’s algorithm analyses the contents of data collected from energy meters and the Internet of Things (IoT) to achieve up to 20% reduction in energy consumption.
GRTgaz is a European leader in the transport of natural gas and a worldwide expert in gas networks and systems. They are fully committed to the energy transition.
In France, the company owns and operates Europe’s longest high-pressure natural gas transport network (over 32,000 kilometres of pipes). They participate in the management of the German network and provide consultancy services in the field of gas transportation in Europe and the rest of the world. Their role! Transport their customers’ natural gas in the best conditions of safety, cost and reliability. To make a success of the energy transition, GRTgaz aims to connect the energies of tomorrow by facilitating synergies between electricity and gas systems.
Highly experienced in the industry, SDEL Contrôle Commande develops global integration project management for command control and automation systems (electrical, electromechanical and electronic) for the fields of transport, defence and other industries: market research, integration, installation, putting into service and maintenance of systems in working conditions. A subsidiary of VINCI, their main solutions for smart electricity networks are: system offers, SCADA and supervision, upgrade and digitisation of control command for HT substations, detecting and locating malfunctions, asset management, CEI 61850interoperability, communication links, cybersecurity.
See you in Vienna, Austria, for the next EUW from November 6th to 8th, 2018!
Check out the highlights of the 2017 exhibition: