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2011 Global Power Utilities Conference Summary

2011 Global Power Utilities Conference Summary

Held for the first time in 2011, the KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference was organized on 28-29 September 2011 at the Westin Paris Vendôme Hotel in Paris, France, attracting over 250 delegates from 39 countries and bringing together senior level representatives from power producers, developers, investors, regulators and other stakeholders from the global power and utilities sector.


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With over 40 distinguished speakers, addressing delegates via keynote presentations, 7 issue-focused plenary roundtable discussions, and parallel sessions, the conference provided a truly extensive overview of the key strategic, financial, environmental and risk related issues that are driving change in today’s power and utilities sector. Among the topics to be addressed:

  • strategies for meeting the world`s burgeoning power demand;
  • the role of regulation in liberalised energy markets;
  • the financial framework needed to decarbonizing the power sector; 
  • the role of nuclear power in a low-carbon energy policy post-Fukushima; and
  • prospects for power-sector financing in Europe.

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