Highlights of 2017

2000+ Participants | 50+ Utilities | 206 Speakers | 51 Countries | 200+ International Delegates | 40+ Exhibitors | 400+ Organizational Participants | 40+ Supporting Partners | 50+ Media Participants | 64 Technical Papers

Philippe MonloubouPhilippe Monloubou is the President of the Management Board of Enedis (formerly ERDF) the major Electricity Distribution System Operator in Francesince January 2014.With its 38,500 employees, Enedis is operating more than 1.4 million km of MV and LV power grids serving more than 36 million customers and their power suppliers, as well as more than 377,000 power producers totalling 23,600 MW. Since 2016 Enedis has engaged a massive roll-out of its LinkyTMsmart metering system program, with more than 9 million meters installed to date out of a total of 35 million scheduled by 2021, and initiated a large-scale industrial deployment of smart grid solutions.

Philippe Monloubou has also been appointed in October 2015Chairman of the French Think Smartgrids association which with more than 100 members to date promotes the French smart grids Sector in France, Europe and around the world.

Before its current position at Enedishe then spent 10 years within EDF Sales and Marketing division (12,000 people in France in charge of customer relationship with EDF 27 million customers in France) where he prepared and managed the deregulation of the French electricity market. In 2011, he was appointed EDF group Senior Vice President in charge of Sales and Marketing.

From 1996 to 2004, he held several senior management positions, up to Deputy Director, at EDF GDF Services in France, then in charge of both electric & gas distribution grids.

In 1993, he created EDF Group Buenos Aires office, representing EDF South Americaup to 1996.

Philippe Monloubou began his career within EDF Group in 1979. From 1979 to 1993, within the distribution activity, he held operational responsibilities (technical, customer relationship and human resources).

Philippe Monloubou holds an Engineering degree from the Special School of Public Works (ESTP – 1977) and graduated from the Institute of Business Administration (IAE Rennes – 1980).