Top Speakers for Energy & Utilities at European Women in Technology 2019

October 17, 2019 | Celen Ebru Paytoncular

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The Energy and Utilities sector is one which is undergoing rapid change, much of which can be attributed to technological advancements, evolving customer expectations and the growing demand for renewable energy. Keep up with the industry developments at European Women in Technology this November.

The Energy and Utilities industry is undergoing massive change, with increasing demand for sustainable energy sources and distribution that is adaptable, efficient and cost effective. The merging of legacy infrastructure with new innovative technologies means that the sector is facing digital disruption across the energy value chain, providing new digital relationships with customer whilst ensuring a safe, efficient and resilient service.

This digital disruption is expanding opportunities to improve operations with the digitalisation and integration of operational systems, back-office systems, and supply chain management. Energy and utilities companies require technological awareness to stay ahead of the curve.

We've listed the top six speakers in the Energy and Utilities sector to ensure you get the most out of your time at European Women in Tech.

Top 6 Speakers

 

Nicole Iseppi, MD

Nicole Iseppi-1

Operations and Performance, Global Industrial Hub @ ENGIE

Session: Opening Keynote - Fireside Chat on the Tech Landscape

in Europe


Ludmila Marian

Ludmila Marian-1

Scientific Data Manager @ International Atomic Energy Agency

Sessions: Modernising Legacy Systems for Improved Security and

Efficiency & Contributing to Open Source


Alina Prawdzik

Alina Prawdzik-1

Head of Central Eastern Europe & Head of "Smart & Connected"

Lighthouse @ Innogy Innovation Hub

Session: The Gateway to Sustainability - Revolutionising Buildings


Alejandra Leon

Alejandra Leon-1

Global Segment Architect - Brand & Communications @ Shell

Session: Design Your Enterprise Digital & Marketing Platforms for

Business Agility & Performance


Jorissa Neutelings

Jorissa Neutelings-1

Director Digital Development @ Vattenfall

Session: Chair Intro

 


Thomas Pump

Thomas Pump-1

Head of Asset Information Systems @ E.ON

Session: An Operator's Perspective - Digitalization in Wind

 


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