Advanced Metering Infrastructure 2020 | 13-15 October, Virtual Conference | Smart Grid Forums | Join AMI Experts as They Gather on the Swapcard Platform for 3 Days of Case-study Implementation Insights From Cutting-edge Projects and New Technology Innovation Ideas

Advanced Metering Infrastructure 2020 | 13-15 October, Virtual Conference | Smart Grid Forums | Join AMI Experts as They Gather on the Swapcard Platform for 3 Days of Case-study Implementation Insights From Cutting-edge Projects and New Technology Innovation Ideas

PR Newswire

LONDON, July 7, 2020

LONDON, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Smart meters and AMI systems provide valuable insights into customer behaviour and the low voltage grid. These insights are essential for achieving digital transition and can facilitate more renewable generation, flexibility markets, dynamic tariffs as smart meters enable two-way communication between consumers and the energy network. Nonetheless, as the smart grid becomes increasingly advanced, it is clear that the low voltage network requires significant modernisation and AMI infrastructure must evolve to truly unlock to the full potential of a decentralised, decarbonised and digitised system.

Based on interviews conducted with 28 AMI professionals from leading DSOs, Smart Grid Forums found that regardless of the market set up and regulatory position all utilities are currently investigating the business case for deploying 2nd generation smart meters to modernise the low voltage grid and integrate the last mile of the smart gird:

"Throughout my research it become clear that although all of the utilities are at different stages of their AMI system integration, on the whole the industry is at a critical juncture in terms of creating a roadmap for integrating second generation smart meters at minimal expense and within regulatory guidelines. It is also very important for utilities that they integrate the AMI functionalities that will optimise their specific grid environment, to help to support the digitisation of the smart grid and create an improved relationship with their customers," noted Morven MacEwen, the conference producer for Smart Grid Forum's inaugural Advanced Metering Infrastructure conference.

Driving the rollout of next generation smart meters to improve customer service and support advanced analytics in the smart grid at minimal expenditure forms the backbone of Advanced Metering Infrastructure 2020. Taking place on the 13-15th of October, on the virtual event platform Swapcard, the event draws together AMI experts from all over the global for 3-intensive days of use-case reviews. This event provides the only utility-lead platform aimed at achieving 100% smart meter coverage, industry standardisation and the scaling up of your smart meter data analytics. Through peer-to-peer knowledge sharing participants will learn how to drive the rollout of second-generation smart meters, create a robust procurement methodology that ensures an interoperable, future-proofed AMI system and secure an optimal communication network strategy. Presentations will detail value-creating analytics use-cases, covering fraud detection and billing efficiency, forecasting and grid planning. Discussions will focus on creating a working group to create a cohesive AMI ecosystem, from installation to data analytics, and to benchmark current metering technologies. Alongside a utility-lead panel on standardisation, there is a technology innovation panel that covers next generation meter functionalities and advanced analytics as well as intimate round table debates, a live demo lab of the latest systems and solutions and an event networking reception open to all participants.

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Conference: 13-15 October 2020
Location: Swapcard Virtual Event Platform

For more information:
Visit: https://www.smartgrid-forums.com/AMI20PRWEBPR 
Tel: +44-(0)-20-8057-1700
Email: registration@smartgrid-forums.com  

Smart Grid Forums is an independent conference producer specialised in the smart grid sector.  We work hand in hand with engineering professionals to create innovative event concepts and high-quality programmes that inform technical decision makers and enable them to deliver exceptional results.

Our approach is entirely market led. We stay exceptionally close to industry developments. Through our regular, rigorous and unbiased process of depth research with TSOs, DSOs, power generators, engineering consultancies, and technology innovators, we stay one step ahead of industry developments and provide live events that act as a catalyst for new ideas, new directions, and new approaches to achieving future energy security.

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