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 DISTRIBUTECH International’s Knowledge Hubs provide education on a variety of topics important to the energy industry. Designed to be short and to-the-point, these 30-minute sessions are open to all, no matter what type of badge you hold. Stop by to learn about what’s happening at the edge of the grid; how cities and utilities are embracing digitalization; or which innovative and emerging technologies look promising for the future.


Grid edge technologies are getting more sophisticated. From sensors that detect outages all along the distribution network to smart features that can lower customer bills and assist with demand management, grid operators now have a slew of tools at their fingertips that can help them reduce load or explore non-wires alternatives to major grid upgrades. Plus, newer technologies like solar PV, batteries, and EV chargers are coming equipped with smart sensors that also add more intelligence to the ever-expanding grid edge.

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Utilities and cities are increasingly moving to digital solutions. These knowledge hub sessions explore how digitalization and data analytics are being applied to advanced metering infrastructure, distribution automation, asset management, cybersecurity, public safety, resiliency, customer engagement, outages and more.

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Utilities must adopt new technologies to meet the demands of the transitioning energy space. Sessions in this hub cover innovative technologies that utilities can use to manage the grid more effectively. Presentations could include cutting-edge tech like artificial intelligence, machine-to-machine learning, digital twins, augmented reality, drones, robots, reality modeling, 3D imaging, etc. If you’re just starting to hear about it, we’ll explore it in this hub where all things NEW are presented. 

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Connecting diverse groups of stakeholders and highlighting their needs to support growth and innovation. Together with our partners DISTRIBUTECH's City of the Future will address resiliency, reliability, infrastructure, digital transformation, urban operations, mobility, connectivity, and public-private partnerships. Learn from your peers and other subject matter experts within the three hubs found within the city.


Learn how utilities and cities are working to build resilient systems that can withstand and recover from unexpected events. Using technology to enhance resiliency measures, ultimately fostering sustainable and climate-resilient urban development. 

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Explore how the latest developments and transformative technologies will revolutionize the way we generate, distribute, and utilize electricity. Explore how renewable energy sources are being integrated into existing power grids, and how grid modernization is crucial for enhancing efficiency, reliability, and resilience.

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Electrification and grid modernization are fundamental pillars for utilities and cities. Discover advanced grid technology like smart grids, microgrids, and decentralized energy systems shaping the future. Hear case studies on empowering customers' needs and fostering a culture of energy efficiency and sustainability. 

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The race towards widespread adoption demands streamlined processes, eliminating uncertainties for developers and accelerating the electrified transportation revolution. DISTRIBUTECH stands alone as the exclusive platform delving into grid implications, empowering utilities to seamlessly serve the private sector amidst the escalating EV surge.

Electric Vehicle Theater Attendees can expect an electrifying lineup of presentations, panel discussions, and demonstrations focused on the future of electric mobility. Dive into the latest advancements in electric vehicle technology, charging infrastructure, sustainable transportation policies, and industry insights from renowned experts and innovators. Discover how electric vehicles are reshaping the energy landscape, creating opportunities for sustainability, grid integration, and enhanced transportation solutions.

Who Should Attend:

  • Utility engineers (Distribution, Asset management, Communications)
  • IT/OT managers
  • Distribution system operators
  • Vendors/Suppliers
  • Customer services


Free to attend, the Knowledge Hubs are open theaters in various locations throughout the exhibit hall. These convenient locations allow for quick access for follow up conversations with peers and exhibitors.


Registration Package Includes

Access to the Knowledge Hubs is included in all registration packages.



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