Transmission Infrastructure US (August 8-9, 2022)

The electric transmission infrastructure is back in the spotlight. The federal government’s recent legislation and funding support to modernize electricity grids, reduce congestion, and fast-track permitting will help expand clean energy infrastructure. Expansion of the transmission infrastructure will be a catalyst for integrating more renewable resources and thus accelerate the energy transition.

Global Transmission Report is organizing its 2nd annual conference on Transmission Infrastructure US on August 8-9, 2022 at JW Marriott Washington, D.C. The objective of the conference is to review the policies, present opportunities, and evaluate technologies and financing options for advancing the build-out of the needed transmission infrastructure in the US.

The event will provide an opportunity to engage in the much-needed strategic and technical conversations with thought leaders and change agents across the value chain of the electric transmission industry in the US.

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Offshore Wind Transmission Europe 2022 (September 14-15, 2022)

Offshore wind continues to be a driving force for Europe to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. With already announced offshore wind development plans of more than 100 GW over the next decade and 450 GW by 2050, Europe offers a unique yet challenging opportunity. For such ambitious plans to succeed, building the necessary infrastructure for integrating offshore wind farms becomes critical. 

Join Global Transmission Report at the 3rd annual conference on Offshore Wind Transmission Europe being held on September 14-15, 2022 at the President Brussels Hotel. The mission of the conference is to highlight emerging opportunities in Europe’s offshore wind sector, and discuss strategies, technologies and solutions for the development of the related transmission infrastructure. 

The one-and-half day event will bring together policymakers, regulators, offshore wind project developers, transmission companies, technology providers, and industry experts to discuss the grid infrastructure needs for integrating the planned offshore wind projects. They will present their perspectives, share experiences, and offer possible solutions.

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