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About DistribuTECH

This is the real deal. The leading annual electric power transmission and distribution conference & exhibition event. It addresses technologies used to move electricity from the power plant through the transmission and distribution systems to the meter and inside the home. Last year, DistribuTECH culminated with 13,500+ Individuals from 77 Countries, including qualified professionals from 326 Electric, Gas and Water Utilities as well as Renewable Generators. In short, the utility and renewable industries depend on DistribuTECH to learn and network.

Conference

The 14-track conference brings industry thought leaders from all over the world opportunities to network, share knowledge and problem solve with worldwide utilities and product and service providers. The topics covered are relevant and timely, answering the current call of the market each year. 

Conference

Exhibition

520+ companies fill the exhibit hall with information, products and services related to electricity delivery automation and control systems, energy efficiency, demand response, renewable energy integration, advanced metering, T&D system operation and reliability, communications technologies, cyber security, water utility technology and more. 

Exhibition

Networking

DistribuTECH continually focuses on bringing it all back to one-on-one engagement and relationship building. That is one of the defining characteristics for the event. From the Women in Utilities Breakfast / Breakfast Roundtables to start your day - to our fun and exciting Networking Party the last night, you will walk away with a slew of new business cards. 

Networking

2017's Most Popular Tracks

Advanced Metering

This track explored the deployment, operation and maintenance of such systems through the presentation of actual use cases, experiences and lessons-learned from industry and utility experts. Particular focus was on the actual benefits derived including planning and deployment, system operations, outage management, theft detection and distribution operations will be explored.

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Customer Strategies and Technology

Utilities are developing technology roadmaps and leveraging smart grid investments to enable enhanced customer engagement. This track provided an in depth analysis of end-use customer smart grid technologies, services and solutions.

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Data Analytics

Big data is one of the hottest topics in smart grid. This track included utility best practices and new concepts that create immediate value from customer and operational analytics. It also covered how utilities are leveraging industry standards to achieve value beyond single application ‘business silos’ to support business intelligence on an enterprise-wide basis.

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DER, DR and Other Non-wires Alternatives

The sessions in this track looked at the nontraditional trends and technologies utilities are implementing to balance the grid and reduce their need to invest in traditional transmission and distribution infrastructure technologies. It included distributed energy resources (DER), such as renewable energy (like solar and wind), energy storage and demand response (DR).

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Distribution Automation

This track focused on technologies and equipment used for distribution feeder automation, including distribution automation, fault location and service restoration; Volt/VAR optimization; smart sensors applied in DA or FLISR applications; and challenges and successes in implementing and integrating automation.

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Internet of Things/Smart Cities

The Internet of Things (IoT) and the Grid of Things (GoT) are rapidly evolving into smart cities. Electric utilities/electricity providers are at the heart of this effort, providing, in many cases, the electric, communications and device infrastructures that form the core ecosystem upon which connected and interoperable devices are built. The sessions in this track looked at some of the technologies and trends that will allow utilities to live in the interconnected world of smart cities that is being created through IoT and GoT.

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Microgrids

The sessions in this track covered strategies for implementing microgrids, determining their value and benefits, and understanding their technical design, control and operation. Attendees heare from a variety of presenters including utilities, regulators, industry analysts and microgrid owner/operators.

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