Following the curveball of 2020, utilities are more than ever in pursuit of reinventing their business. The most adaptable and resilient will shape the future of the industry with solutions to problems that are already shaking their core, such as greater grid instability, increasing market volatility and risk, regulatory drag and slow pick-up of new revenue streams.
If 2030 is the industry’s next big milestone, companies need to contemplate the people they need to get there, starting by training and educating the next workforce, and harmonizing it with the digital workforce from the very beginning. Companies must also take greater care in addressing customer sentiment, which has improved but continues to negatively impact the industry. Today's younger customers, who will be a critical part of the customer base by 2030, will be the yardstick to measure success against the moving target of digital experience. Finally, sector coupling, and the blurring of industry boundaries will continue, with an increasing number of partnerships emerging from industries that utilities have never partnered with before.
Digital is now ubiquitous. No initiatives or projects should be planned without the business vision in mind, or without fitting into the company's technological roadmap, including the digital strategy. Unfortunately, companies will have to do more with less, calling on creativity to differentiate.
Delivering value to customers, employees, the ecosystem, and investors today will forge tomorrow’s winners, and weed out the rest.
The IDC European Utilities Summit brings together insights and interactions on the main issues through thought leadership plenary sessions, intimate workshops, and peer-to-peer networking. The senior-level attendees will benefit from:
Explore key trends shaping data strategies across the region
Learn about proven best practices through real-life case studies
Get inspired by the professional stories shared by industry pioneers and IDC analysts
Gain a clearer understanding of current organisations challenges
Engage 1-2-1 with the region's foremost ICT pioneers
Group Vice President, Head of IDC Insights and IDC Future of Work Executive Lead - Europe, IDC EMEA
Associate Research Director, IDC, Energy Insights
Associate Research Director, Europe, IDC
Research Manager, IDC Energy Insights
The IDC European Utilities Summit will be run on an all-in-one live online events platform where attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world.
We will welcome you at our Digital Reception area where we will showcase the event schedule and our partners. We will guide you for a great time & a lot of exiting digital touch points.
You will get inspired by the professional stories shared by industry pioneers and IDC analysts. Our keynotes experts will answer questions, propose provoking online polls, take part in the chat and comment on what is happening. Everything is done live.
Learn about proven best practices through real-life case studies in moderated digital breakout sessions. This intimate experience is an opportunity to gain a clearer understanding of current organizations challenges.
Meet with peers to discuss common challenges and share concrete experiences thanks to our Networking feature using your webcam for up to 3 minutes.
Visit interactive booths leveraging digital content allowing you to explore key trends or discover more about innovative products.
Deputy to the Board of Directors / Board Advisor, E-REDES (formerly EDP Distribuição)
Chief Executive Officer, UK Power Networks
Head of Corporate Innovation, ESB
Vice Head of Research & Development, ENBW
Network Mission Director, EDF Group
Head of Innovation and Product lab, Enel X
Morten Gade Christensen
CIO at Energinet.dk
National Grid, Principal Consultant
CEO, Octopus Energy
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