KPMG’s 4th Annual Global Power & Utilities Conference will be held in London 7-8 October at the Park Plaza Riverbank hotel.


The conference is KPMG’s leading event for CEOs, divisional heads and financial executives in the power & utilities sector and will bring together over 250 executives from across a broad spectrum of the industry, including power producers, developers, investors, regulators and other key industry stakeholders.

Who can you meet?

The conference brings together 250 executives of power producers, developers, investors, regulators and other industry stakeholders (NGOs, Research Institutions etc.) from over 40 countries around the world in a series of interactive discussions.


The charts below indicate a typical cross section of conference delegates by sector and geography.


Delegate Profile

What will be discussed?

The conference focuses on strategic, financial, environmental and risk related issues that are top of mind for power and utilities executives. The intensive day-and-a-half program consists of keynote presentations by distinguished leaders, issue-focused plenary roundtable discussions and parallel interactive sessions.


The goal of the conference is to provide participants with new insights, tools, and strategies to help them manage industry-related issues and challenges. Attendees also have the opportunity to join their peers from leading power and utilities companies to share effective practices and participate in networking activities.

4th annual KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference
7-8 October 2014
Park Plaza Riverbank
London, United Kingdom

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Book your room

Take advantage of preferential delegate rates at the Hotel Park Plaza Riverbank London.

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For enquiries regarding the KPMG Global Power & Utilities Conference please contact:

Peter Kiss

Peter Kiss

Head of Power & Utilities, EMEA



Peter Kiss


David Gascoigne

Partner and Head of Power & Utilities, KPMG in the UK

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