According to a recent report from Zpryme, the global substation automation market is expected to grow significantly over the coming years, hitting $15.58 billion by 2020. This growth presents an enormous opportunity for European TSOs and DSOs to really drive forward the next phase of smart substations and to capitalise on the full range of benefits this will bring in meeting the demands of the evolving power grid.
The 2nd annual IntelliSub Europe 2013 has been designed specifically to prepare you for this opportunity. 3 days of reviewing smart substation implementations in the context of the evolving smart grid, will equip you with the practical guidance and strategic insight to translate investment in substation automation technology into cost efficiencies in practice.
Hear how leading utilities are leveraging the full capabilities of their next-generation smart substations to manage the threat of cyber and physical security risks, and the growing penetration of alternative energy sources. Gather practical experiences and strategies for standardising the roll-out of smart substations to enable large scale, cost-effective and secure deployment across transmission and distribution networks.