Presenting a united front
This year's Utility Week Live conference sees the unveiling of the gas network industry's flagship stand - the first ever Gas Innovation Showcase (GIS). With customers at the heart of the innovations being displayed and discussed, it promises to excite and engage a wide audience.
11th April 2019 by Networks
The showcase will bring together the five UK gas distribution and transmission networks – Cadent, National Grid Gas Transmission, Northern Gas Networks, SGN, and Wales & West Utilities – and the industry’s trade association, the Energy Networks Association (ENA).
Traditionally the gas networks have attended the Low Carbon Networks and Innovation (LCNI) conference, but this year things are changing – where the 2019 LCNI conference will focus on electricity, the gas networks are launching this exciting new showcase.
Throughout the two-day event you can learn more about the opportunities and challenges faced by the gas networks. All innovations, updates and efficiencies are made with the people who will eventually use the gas in mind – both today and tomorrow.
You can meet a variety of industry experts from each network and see these latest developments in innovation at Stand F2. Why not join the series of talks happening throughout the day?
You can read the overall Gas Network Innovation Strategy on the ENA’s website. If you have any questions, please come and meet us at Utility Week Live 21-22 May 2019. If you can’t make it, then get in touch at email@example.com
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