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Booth #2929

February 7-9, 2023 | San Diego, CA

Ready to make digital real?
Discover how Hitachi Energy is racing towards a carbon-neutral future.

We’re excited to meet you in person once again!

As Hitachi Energy, we look forward to sharing with you our commitment in making electricity the backbone of the entire energy system. We’ve got the end-to-end technology and on-the-ground expertise to make it happen. But real collaboration – and real value – starts with real talk. So let’s have a conversation. Stop by our booth #2929 and learn how Hitachi Energy harnesses deep industry expertise as well as experience in working at scale.

Josef Newgarden

This year, we are excited to welcome Josef Newgarden to our booth and give you an opportunity to meet him in person, get an autograph and ask questions about his career on Feb. 8

Josef Newgarden has won 25 races and two INDYCAR SERIES championships (2017 and 2019) in six years since joining Team Penske. In addition, the 32-year-old American driver has recorded more wins since 2017 than any driver in the INDYCAR SERIES (25) and has produced top-five finishes in the championship standings for six seasons in a row. Hitachi has been sponsoring Team Penske since 2012 and has renewed the partnership in 2019.


Facebook Live: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2023 AT 11:00 AM PST


We believe that digital transformation is the essential foundation to achieve carbon neutrality.

Join us in San Diego to explore the power of digital made real – real sustainability, real people, and real progress.

day 1
Tuesday 7 February
10:15 AM - 11:55 AM | 29D, Third Level
Visual Analytics in Asset Performance Management Tools
This panel session, led by leading electric utility personnel currently involved in implementing visual data analytics as part of their automation of data collection, will discuss the state of robotics, drones, and other innovative technologies being used in the inspection process
10:50 AM - 11:20 AM | 31C, Third Level
Integrative Vegetation Management Resource Planning
G&E KU measured an annual savings of 11% in crew expenditures due to increased productivity and work efficiency as well as a 39% reduction in inspection costs by implementing the pilot project. This session will take a closer look at this pilot - its scope, challenges and results.
11:40 AM – 12:10 PM | Renewables and Energy Storage Hub
Drive Informed and Optimal Decision Making With Advanced Data and Tools
Learn new ways to make the best use of your strategic investment and how access to new data sources and integrated solutions can help you make informed and optimal decisions and take the right actions across the energy network.
1:00 PM - 2:05 PM | 31A, Third Level
Grid Modernization Experiences from Large and Small Utilities Across North America
The rapidly evolving distribution grid requires advanced software to keep it performing smoothly. Grid modernization efforts usually focus on the advanced distribution management system (ADMS) coupled with technologies in the field such as IoT devices, distributed energy resources (DER), communications infrastructure and much more.
1:35 PM - 2:05 PM | 29A, Third Level
Resilient Energy Storage: Lessons Learned from Alaska and the Caribbean
This presentation will explore what utilities can learn from Distributed Energy Resources and Energy Storage projects across Alaska and the Caribbean. These systems are particularly important since they provide blueprints for success as grids globally grapple with how to operate stable, resilient grids on renewable generation like wind and solar.
2:10 PM - 2:40 PM | 29B, Upper Level
Case Study of a Multi-Dimensional Planning Process to Support the Growth of EV Fleets
As EVs continue to proliferate, utility grids will be strained. This presentation examines clusters of fleets within the National Grid service territory and the forecasted the growth resulting from their charging load.
3:15 PM | Renewables and Energy Storage Hub
Resilient, connected and smarter equipment for a more dynamic distribution network
Grid resiliency in the face of ever-present risks, and the need to digitally connect and use smart technologies that intelligently optimize the performance of the network, are critical when time, costs, and manpower are strained in ways they have never been before. These exact needs are driving development initiatives to support the distribution market.
Linda Alrabady
Senior Reliability Engineering Discipline Advisor
Jeff Pauska
Director, Product Management
Rukiye Altun
Director of Business Development, Enterprise Software
Parag Parikh
Utility Solution Executive
Hamideh Bitaraf
Senior Advisor Grid Edge Solutions
Othmane Alaoui
HVC Sales and Marketing director
day 2
Wednesday 8 February
2:40 PM - 3:10 PM | 30B, Third Level
Securing Energy Infrastructure through Electric Energy OT Security Profiles
The session will cover application risk assessment utilization identifying security architecture weakness, tolerable risk, or required architecture rework. A detailed example of a digital substation application profile will be provided as well as a discussion of potential impacts on future deployments.
Steven Kunsman
Director of Product Management and Applications


To manage the complexity of the future energy system, we need  to strengthen, expand and evolve it.  ​

Safely operating the distribution grid under the new complexity​ and optimally planning and maintaining sustainable energy infrastructure​

Digital made real

Sustainable Hitachi Energy Powered by the Convergence of IT and OT

Support the Boys and Girls Clubs

Get your badge scanned in our booth and we will make a $10 donation on your behalf to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego. Help us achieve our mission of raising $10,000 by the end of the show!

About the Boys & Girls Club

Their mission is to inspire and enable youth to achieve academic success, build good character and responsible citizenship, and make healthy lifestyle choices. Learn more