Hatim Elsayed at Smart Electricity World MENA

Hatim I. Elsayed is a Senior Member in the IEEE (M’99-SM’05) and Chartered Engineer (CEng) and member in the IET. He has B.Sc. (honors) in Electrical Engineering from University of Khartoum, 1988 and M.Sc. in Information/Control Engineering from the City University, Lo…more ›

Hatim Elsayed
Senior Engineer Transmission Planning
Zakaria Al Soufi at Smart Electricity World MENA

Dr. Zakaria Al Soufi works for Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) advising the company management on the implementation of AMI project for Smart Power and Water Meters within the cities of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain in the UAE. Dr. Al Soufi has a background i…more ›

Zakaria Al Soufi
AMI Project Manager
Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority
Ahmed Saif Al Mazrouy at Smart Electricity World MENA

I'm Ahmed Saif Khamis from Al-Mazrouy family, born in the City of Rustaq old capital of Sultanate of Oman. I have received education from day one of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos ascended to the thrown in 1970. I have attained bachelor degree from Cardiff University in …more ›

Ahmed Saif Al Mazrouy
General Manager
Majan Electricity Company
Albertus Kleinveld at Smart Electricity World MENA

Over Thirty years of experience in international business, executive management, finance, business and project development for several large U.S. and European corporations, focusing on activities in the energy, renewable, power and oil & gas related industries with …more ›

Albertus Kleinveld
Director Special Projects
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
Greg Will at Smart Electricity World MENA
Greg Will
Manager Customer Service Operations
Horizon Power

Middle East Smart Electricity Conference

In the face of accelerated population growth and rising energy consumption, Middle East utilities are turning to intelligence to optimize the delivery of power. Smart Electricity World MENA 2012 addresses business and technology strategy for smart grid and smart meter deployment.

This is the ideal learning platform for those seeking to not only upgrade physical electric infrastructure but also re-invent and revolutionize the utility business model.


Why attend Smart Electricity MENA 2012?

  • Learn how to transform the distribution network from a one-way to a multi-way power network
  • Capture the payoff of smart technology investment and secure ROI
  • Understand how to collect, manage and analyze data on the network for effective DMR
  • Develop a sophisticated energy service to allow consumers to manage their own energy consumption
  • Balance renewable energy sources with both peak and variable energy demand
  • Design a dynamic pricing pilot to launch real-time tariffs and drive consumer engagement
  • Network, do business and learn from the region’s most innovative utilities
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Who should attend

The region’s leading utilities

  • CEO/ Director General
  • CIO
  • CTO
  • COO
  • VP of Power
  • VP of Supervisory Control Centers
  • VP of Information Systems
  • VP of Infrastructure & Networks
  • VP of Transmission & Distribution
  • VP of Regulation & Planning
  • Head of SCADA Systems
  • Head of Performance Standards
  • Smart Grid Consultant 

Who should sponsor

World class solution providers who need to position their products and services in front of decision makers from leading MENA utilities.

• Energy Infrastructure Solutions
• Smart Metering Solutions
• System Integrators
• Networked Energy Services
• Meter Data Management Systems
• Energy Consultants

Smart Electricity World MENA is the business development opportunity that puts your brand, sales people and offering in front of your target market.

Utilities that you'll hear from

Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority
Al Ain Distribution Company
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
Kahramaa, Qatar
Majan Electricity Company                                                 Abu Dhabi Distribution Company
Marafiq, Saudi Arabia 
National Electric Power Company Jordan
Electricity Holding Company Oman        
Tata Power, India
Saudi Electricity Company
Horizon Power, Australia
Electricity and Water Authority Bahrain Western Power, Australia
Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority 



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