|By PR Newswire||
|February 19, 2013 08:04 PM EST||
FARMINGTON, Conn., Feb. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- After last summer's massive power outage in India brought new attention to the inherent weaknesses of the traditional power grid, and as Northeast China's first nuclear power plant brings renewed focus to the future of energy production, the best way for global energy executives to stay connected to market trends and each other is through industry events and conferences across the globe.
With offices in 6 countries and nearly 30 years of experience connecting professionals, Global Information, Inc (GII) is the single best resource for energy executives looking to stay connected to the industry. We offer streamlined registration and scheduling for events located across the globe, making it easy for an executive in Dallas, Texas to find, schedule, and register for a conference in Beijing, China.
We are currently tracking registration for dozens of events, including many international energy sector conferences. Below are just a few recent examples, and readers can contact us for more details and find a full list at our conference portal, at www.giiconference.com.
5th India Smart Grid Summit 2013
April 25 – 26, 2013
New Delhi, India
After suffering the largest sustained power outage in global history, what better place is there to meet and discuss the future of the smart grid than Asia's number one energy event, located in New Delhi, India. This conference, held annually since 2008, offers two full days of informative and engaging sessions, roundtables, and networking events, and is expected to host representatives and executives from more than 20 Asian power utilities. With more than 25 high-level speakers from renowned companies around the globe and over 30 exhibitors, this event represents the biggest and best the Asian power industry has to offer.
Over 300 attendees are expected, to discuss issues ranging from smart grid standardization and government policy, to maximizing ROI and profits in China, to Smart T&D and ultra high-voltage transmission and storage solutions.
Registration details are not fully announced, but readers may contact GII for further details here.
9th China Nuclear Energy Congress 2013
May 15 – 17, 2013
With Northeast China bringing its first nuclear power plant online just two years after the Fukushima incident in Japan, the future of nuclear energy in Asia is looking brighter than it was just 24 months ago. The 9th conference in a long history, the 2013 China Nuclear Energy Congress is expected to play host to hundreds of government officials, power and utility groups, academic and research organizations, and international associations, representing agencies in Asia, the USA, Europe, Russia, and beyond.
Global Information Inc has your ticket there. With offices across Asia, the US, and Europe, GII makes it easy to register. While full registration details have not yet been announced, readers may contact GII for further details here.
9th Asia Gas Congress 2013 (AGC2013)
May 9 – 10, 2013
Despite increased focus on nuclear, solar, geothermal, and wind power, the world has no shortage of demand for gas. Getting a sense of the global gas landscape may be difficult in uncertain times, but with soaring demand from China, Japan, Korea, and India, there are more than a few paths to prosperity for gas suppliers and gas buyers.
This two-day gas conference in Beijing, China offers industry executives a unique opportunity to network with industry leaders up and down the value chain, through workshops and round tables centered around strategy, development, and best practices. To register, or to inquire about the conference details, please visit our website here.
Event Organizers: Want to reach executives in Asia?
For over a decade, Global Information Inc, through our GlobalReach event service, has connected conference and event organizers in the West with attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors in the East. Offering affordable fixed-price translation, localization, and marketing services, GlobalReach is bridges the gap between cultures to connect organizers with the fastest growing markets on the planet. Visit our website, or contact us today to learn more.
About Global Information Inc. Global Information (GII) (http://www.giiresearch.com) is an information service company partnering with over 300 research companies around the world. Global Information has been in the business of distributing technical and market research for more than 25 years. Expanded from its original headquarters in Japan, Global Information now has offices in Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Europe and the United States.
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