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2022 UTC Power Grid Forum

October 26 — 27, 2022
Hotel Omni Mont-Royal
1050 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, QC H3A 2R6 
This event has a fee
The Path To The Digitized Future Of The 21st Century Utility
Customer demand, emerging renewable energy production, and energy storage are a few major developments driving electric utilities to evaluate the opportunities and challenges associated with these new energy sources, and how their existing infrastructure may need to transform. Such evaluations are causing decision-makers at utilities to consider automating and digitalizing their utility communications networks.
Utility information and communications technology (ICT) market indicators signify that electric utilities must come to terms with the necessity to build robust and intelligent networks supported by smarter infrastructures. The investment in digital assets is paramount, and C-level executives are continuing to realize that now is the time to allocate resources to transform their core utility business.
The UTC Cross-Border Power Grid Digitalization Forum will be the premier global venue to discuss these issues. This event will bring together the CEOS, CISOs, CIOs, and the full slate of utility C-suite officials and their teams for a three-day foray into these issues.
Registration Rates:
UTC Member Rate - $500
Non-Member Rate  - $700

Sponsor Registrations:
Sponsors may receive complimentary or discounted rates depending on their level of participation. Before registering through the website please email us by clicking here to confirm any applicable comps or discounts.

All speakers will be registered complimentary by UTC staff.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations received by Monday, October 3rd will receive a refund less a 25% cancellation fee.  Cancellations must be received in writing to
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