3rd Predictive Maintenance in Power & Utilities conference will gather senior leaders and decision-makers from the energy industry, namely power generator companies, power plant owners and operators, O&M operators, and experts responsible for asset management to discuss ongoing challenges and trends in predictive maintenance and build business relationships through productive networking and knowledge-sharing.
Bringing predictive maintenance experts together, we will demonstrate how a well-established PdM strategy affects overall power generation and ROI in terms of effective asset management, reduced downtime, and better outage control.
Power producer companies becoming increasingly concerned about production downtime due to unscheduled failures and breakdown of machinery, optimization of the power production process, and rising maintenance costs. In this small-scale business meeting, participants will learn the latest PdM approaches and management practices in the environment of technological innovations and digitalization.
- Deploying Machine Learning in Hydropower at Scale
- Digital Twin & Predictive Maintenance
- Detecting Anomalous Operation in Wind Farms and Solar Plants
- PdM Strategy for O&M Portfolio Management
- OEM Relations in Terms of Predictive Maintenance
- PdM applied to Outdoor Surge Arresters & GIS: Experience of Itaipu Binacional
- Data Science Applied to the Predictive Maintenance of Renewable Energies: A Look-Back at Five Years of Algorithmic and Software Development
- Predictive Maintenance on PV Self- Consumption Units
Our expert panel at 3rd Predictive Maintenance in Power & Utilities:
Engie is a French multinational utility company, which operates in the fields of energy transition, electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, nuclear, renewable energy and petroleum. 2021 was a boom year for ENGIE in the Power Purchase Agreement market, with PPAs signed for more than 2.1 GW. These sophisticated contracts lifted the company to second place on the podium for business sales of green energy.
Eurus Energy Europe develops, invests in and operates renewable energy projects worldwide, with a focus on onshore wind and photovoltaic projects. Eurus Energy has selected ONYX InSight to provide predictive maintenance services on 59MW of wind across Japan.
Edison SpA is Europe’s oldest energy company, and one of the industry leaders in Italy and Europe. The company is active in the production and sale of electricity and gas, as well as in the provision of energy and environmental services.
Hydro-Québec is a public utility generates, transmit and distribute electricity in the Canadian province of Quebec, as well as export power to portions of the Northeast United States. The company is seeking ways to leverage the vast amounts of sensor data it is already producing and storing on OSIsoft PI servers.
Fortum is a Finnish energy company which provides consumers with electricity, gas, heating and cooling as well as smart solutions to improve resource efficiency. Fortum’s Asset and Maintenance Management solution is applied at the company’s O&M sites to enhance plant availability and efficiency.
Itaipu Binacional is a leader in the production of clean and renewable energy, hydroelectric power company with a plant located on the border between Brazil and Paraguay. The company coordinates projects in the areas of conservation of biodiversity and maintenance of ecosystem services and local cultures, providing a strong example of joint efforts between 2 countries working together to achieve sustainable development and leadership on climate action.
EDP is a Portuguese electric utilities company and is fourth largest producer of wind energy. In 2019 EDP invested in Presenso, a leading provider of AI-driven Predictive Maintenance for industrial assets.
Voltalia is a world player in the renewable energy sector, which produces and sells electricity generated from wind, solar, hydraulic, biomass and storage facilities that it owns and operates.