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Technical Program

The IEEE PES Grid Edge Technologies event will deliver a comprehensive technical program, equipping a variety of stakeholders working at the edge with key insights necessary to maximize productivity and efficiency.

Through Keynote and Super Sessions, Technical Breakouts, Poster Contest, and more, the event will explore critical topics impacting the grid edge, including:

  • Utilities, C&I, and Residential Customers
  • Distributed Energy Resources
  • Connected Utilities & Infrastructure
  • Policy & Regulatory Framework
  • e-Mobility & Charging Infrastructure
  • Smart Cities & IoT
  • Cyber Security & Data Privacy
  • Connectivity & Communication
  • Utility of the Future Business Models
  • Enabling Grid Edge Technologies
  • Energy Efficiency & Flexible Loads

The Complete Program is now available.

Click here to view the complete 2023 Technical Program, including session details and speakers, or learn more about the special features below.


Boasting the most exceptional lineup of speakers in the industry, Super Sessions provide a critical platform for experts, policy makers, and technology innovators to share their expert insight into key issues, solutions, and lessons learned working at the interface of the electric grid and the customer premise. Click here for full details on the 2023 Super Sessions, which include:


Five dedicated stages will provide an immersive experience on the show floor where solution providers, municipalities, utilities, and more will engage on a number of focused topics.

Grid Modernization Stage
Smart Cities Stage
Grid Connectivity Stage
Distributed Resources Stage
Startup Stage

View the Technology Stages schedule.

Technical Breakout Sessions

Featuring some of the industry’s best minds, Technical Breakout Sessions provide comprehensive discussions on a diverse range of important trends, issues, and real-world applications and solutions. Key trends explored include distributed energy, connected utilities and infrastructure, DERs, policy and regulations, e-mobility and infrastructure, smart cities and more.

Check out the Technical Breakout Sessions schedule.


Tutorials feature in-depth examinations and presentations covering topics important to power and energy professionals and will take place on Monday, April 10, only.

>Reliable and Cost-Effective Solar System Operations and Maintenance
>The Grid Edge is the Future, a Golden Future

>Grid-edge Optimization in Active Power Distribution Systems

Separate registration and additional fees are required and will be available when conference registration opens. Learn more.

Poster Session & Reception

The Poster Session and Reception provides a relaxed environment for registered conference attendees to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages while viewing hundreds of accepted papers in poster format.

Collegiate Program & Student Poster Contest

Offering an exciting and comprehensive schedule of student and young professional sessions and activities, the Collegiate Program is designed to help new talent launch successful careers in the power and energy industry.