Australian Utility Week

Australian Utility Week

Event date: November 24-25, 2015
Luna Park Sydney, Australia

Australian Utility Week is the region’s largest conference and exhibition for energy retailers, distributors and water utilities focusing on the latest approaches, technologies and solutions to improve electricity and water networks’ efficiency in a cost-efficient, environmentally and customer friendly way. It has a long history in Smart Metering, Smart Grid strategies, and Billing/CRM. Energy retailers, distributors and water utilities will meet to exchange ideas on evolving business models, innovative technologies and project experiences as well as evaluating (joint) cooperation opportunities and new synergies between the electric and water utility industries. The event is a one-stop-shop for regional utilities looking for the best strategies and solutions for making their utility operations more reliable, efficient and, ultimately, customer friendly.

This year, we are dedicated to help promote Smart Grid architecture in both the electrical and water space, and related hot issues such as smart sensor management, customer engagement, residential solar and storage and the impacts of these changes on utility business models. Now in our 13th year, we are Australia’s longest running dedicated ICT-Data focused utility conference and expo.

Read more:

Recent Articles

Smart meters with G3-PLC comms win project in Slovenia

Posted on: June 5, 2020

The G3-PLC Alliance reports that its G3-PLC Alliance member Iskraemeco has acquired a major public procurement project which was led by the company SODO system operator of the electricity distribution network d.o.o. , on behalf of four regional utilities: Elektro Ljubljana, Elektro Maribor, Elektro Primorska and Elektro Celje. Iskraemeco will supply G3-PLC smart meters that will be installed in households

Read more

Life Lessons: Rock star to resistors to robotics

Posted on: June 4, 2020

A love of guitars led Tom Canning indirectly to the Internet of Things and his role as head of IoT and Devices at Canonical. Here, he tells IoT Now how his imagination was fired up lately by an enhanced computer vision use case, he shares about his worst boss, and the importance of listening to

Read more