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U.S.-Mexico Smart Grid Technology & Business Conference


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Event Date and Time: 
03/12/2013 (All day)

Did you know that Mexico's smart grid sector is expected to become a multi-billion dollar market over the next decade?

  • learn about Mexico's smart grid technology market opportunities
  • showcase your technologies in panel discussions
  • meet face-to-face with Mexican smart grid decision-makers and industry thought leaders
  • tap into a promising emerging market

As a U.S. technology conference participant, you will be brought up to speed on the Mexico's grid modernization policies, interoperability and cyber security efforts, and major utility projects. You will also get a chance to promote your own technologies before a senior-level audience and network with the who's who of the Mexican smart grid ecosystem.

Mexico's grid modernization is being driven by aggressive renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability goals, aimed at raising the country's international competitiveness. Increased grid reliability, reduction in energy power loss, grid integration of renewables and customer service are also creating demand for smart grid technological deployment.

Join us as a technology panelist at the U.S.-Mexico Smart Grid Technology & Business Conference in Mexico City on Wednesday, March 12, 2013 for a full day of stimulating, interactive discussion and our closing networking cocktail reception.

The cost to participate as a technology panel participate is $485 payable by Credit Card.

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Contacts:
Everett Wakai, Mexico City
Commercial Officer
Phone: [52] (55) 5140 2603
Everett.Wakai@trade.gov

Teresa Verthein, Mexico City
Commercial Assistant
Phone: 52555140-2652
Teresa.Verthein@trade.gov

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