Paris, host city to EUW 2019
EUW travels to Paris!
“Paris is an ideal location as it is not only on the doorstep of French industry, it is also easily accessible for the increasing number of power and utility companies from across Europe who are speaking, exhibiting and visiting EUW in increasing numbers every year", says EUW director Paddy Young.
What to expect:
- 25% of EUW visitors will be French
- Paris was named as the European Capital of Innovation last year by the EU, and will showcase cutting-edge technologies and thought-leadership
- Paris is the number one city in the world for meetings
- Great support from French utilities
- Growing and evolving role of gas
- The impact on data and digitalisation processes with the rollout of 5G networks
- A dedicated Commercial and Industrial (C&I) Energy users programme in the Summit and on the Hub Sessions
- POWERGEN Europe, the flagship power generation show, will co-locate with European Utility Week, offering an end-to-end European energy experience for the whole energy supply chain, under one roof.
Paris is todays' world leader for trade shows, conferences and congresses. European Utility Week will find that our city has all the necessary infrastructures to make its Congress a success. I truly hope that this Parisian edition will be both educational and enjoyable and wish you a memorable stay in our vibrant city.
A truly Global Presence
In early 2018 Clarion Events acquired PennWell. As part of the integration, a number of PennWell’s leading events including DistribuTECH, POWERGEN and HydroVision have been added to leading Utility Week and Future Energy events portfolio to form the Power & Energy Series from Clarion Energy, a World Leading Portfolio of Events.
Are you interested in multiple event opportunities?
Visiting Paris - the City of Lights
Paris, France's capital, is a major European city and a global centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Known as the City of Lights, Paris's stunning 19th-century cityscape features wide boulevards and the River Seine plus such famous landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral.
Visiting Paris in November allows you to take in the indoor sights and attractions including the city's many extraordinary museums, arthouse movie theatres, as well as churches and cathedrals and cafes.
With fewer tourists in Paris around November, expect shorter lines and less crowded museums and restaurants, plus your chances of getting great deals on airfares and hotels are much higher at this time of year.