Ilkka Lakaniemi will deliver a keynote at World Utility Summit 2018

Join the conference taking place in Delhi, India, on 11-13 March 2018.

The World Utility Summit 2018 attempts to create a global platform and set agenda for the future, play the role of a key enabler for the ecosystem, develop optimal solutions, technology and products. The event will provide common ground for electricity, water and gas utility personnel to discuss with Industries, Consultants, Service Providers, Researchers and Regulators and to re-define the “Utility of Utilities” in the changing business environment.

Ilkka Lakaniemi, Vice President, Digital Economy & Growth at Finland Chamber of Commerce and Research Director, Center for Knowledge and Innovation Research (CKIR) at the Aalto University School of Business will deliver a keynote at the WUS 2018 Conference. His speech will focus on "Transportation electrification, storage and renewable energy integration nexus".

Read more about the conference on WUS2018 website and join the conference by registering here.

 

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