SUBNET to exhibit at 2012 DistribuTECH conference
SUBNET Solutions Inc | Monday, November 07, 2011
SUBNET Solutions Inc., a solutions provider for utilities specializing in substation automation and remote access, will have an exhibit in the upcoming 2012 DistribuTECH Conference and Exhibition, which will focus on all of the pressing issues faced by the smart grid.
This year's event will feature more than 135 speakers from utilities across the U.S. and more than 350 of the electric grid industry's most recognized speakers. Keynote session speakers include actor, author and economist Ben Stein, president of Reliant Energy Jason Few and CEO of CPS Energy Doyle Beneby.
SUBNET's participation in the event will include an exhibition as well as overviews and the demonstration of several new products that have been launched by the company.
As the industry's leading yearly smart grid event, establishing a presence at DistribuTECH can have a profound impact on presence in the entire market. At the conference, influential decision makers and industry leaders will offer insight on encompassing automation and control systems, information technology, transmission and distribution engineering and power delivery equipment.
The event is expected to attract thousands, after a record attendance was seen in 2011 with more than 8,400 attendees and 400 companies exhibiting products and services. More than 99 percent of those who responded to a survey on the conference stated that the quality of exhibitors met or exceeded their expectations, according to the 2011 Post Show Report.
SUBNET's attendance at such a reputable conference highlights the companies capabilities in offering utilities unparalleled smart grid integration.
The event will cover several topics including smart grid communications, substation automation, SCADA and network infrastructure, smart grid operations, demand response/energy efficiency and a number of others.
Speakers from utilities across North America will provide insight and updates, including leaders from Commonwealth Edison Company, Connecticut Light and Power, Duke Energy, Kansas City Power and Light Co., TXU Energy and dozens of others.
"The executive conference translates the most anticipated topics from North America's leading T&D show, DistribuTECH, into business language for utility executives and vice presidents," said Teresa Hansen, chairwoman of both conferences and editor in chief of Electric Light & Power and POWERGRID International magazines.
The conference is set to take place from January 24 to 26 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Substation Automation & Remote Access