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10th Anniversary Cleanpower Smart Grids Conference Expo

This summer, the Cleanpower & Smart Grids Conference Summit 2019, an innovation event on the Grand Challenge of clean growth, reaches its 10th birthday in Cambridge.

The conference will approach the innovation challenges of clean energy systems (both generation and smart grids), energy storage and efficiency via connectivity, AI and data and materials and with cyber-security in mind also using ML.

1-2 July 2019

10th anniversary Cleanpower Smart Grids Conference 2019 #CPSG19

Innovations in energy, digital connectivity & ML/MI & data to solve the Grand Challenge of Clean Growth
Clean Growth is certainly one of the key Grand Challenges. It has perhaps never been more important to focus on clean energy systems in a whole-system way and to consider how to move forward with a fully sustainable, robust and affordable global energy system. Please join us for this 10th anniversary celebration of this conference series Cleanpower and Smart Grids, where we will try to make progress towards these objectives. We’ll be focusing not only on clean power generation such as renewables and on digital connectivity and cybersecurity for smart grids, through companies like CyanConnode and Darktrace, but also on energy storage and battery technology and energy efficiency through a range of companies such as Moixa.

– Justin Hayward, Director of Conference Summit, CIR

Day 1: Executive briefing day and evening banquet dinner at King’s
Day 2: Executive conference summit

Events homepage

http://www.cir-strategy.com/events/

Ticket shop (open now with early bird pricing):
https://mysplink.com/cir/shop/

Sponsorship Opportunities
Your support in enabling this conference is much appreciated by the organiser and team.

We hope to provide great publicity and showcasing for your technology, innovation and services.

For marketing sponsorship and exhibition positions, please call CIR directly on +447720047402 and join a roster of excellent organisations that have participated since 2009.

Cambridge Investment Research(CIR) (founded 2002)
CIR has run 50 technology commercialisation conference days since 2002, in four cities in the UK including Cambridge, London and Oxford.
There have been over 4,250 attendees and over 500 speakers and the internal list reached over 50,000 in 2019, with media partners and other promotions likely to reach a relevant audience of well over 300,000 executives, investors, inventors & innovators, industrial academics and public sector senior staff.