The world's biggest utilities aren't just pushers of electrons anymore. They're service providers, investors and innovators. And they're also increasingly global.

This year's Grid Edge World Forum is going global in a big way, too. 

As usual, we're bringing together a ridiculously stacked list of speakers, exhibitors and attendees who are all focused on the distributed energy transition. And if last year is an indication, more than one-third of those attendees will be from utilities.

This year, there's a twist. We're going to have a bunch more European utilities in attendance -- many of the utilities that are pouring billions of dollars into distributed energy startups. 

GTM's Grid Edge World Forum is partnering with European Utility Week to bring a delegation of EU utilities to California, the epicenter of the revolutionary activity in the electric sector. 

Last year, European Utility Week brought together more than 150 utilities from all over the world. And Grid Edge World Forum brought together over 60 of America's biggest utilities. Join the two? You get the ultimate networking and information-sharing opportunity across all aspects of the distributed energy ecosystem.

This year's event will be even bigger than the last. We'll have three days of panel sessions, networking events and exhibitions. And the number of deep-dive knowledge sessions has more than doubled. 

As always, we'll have the most influential executives, entrepreneurs and analysts from across the energy sector. 

And, of course, we'll have a much bigger global presence.

The Grid Edge World Forum is the only show of its kind that is exclusively focused on the distributed electric grid. This year's broader global focus, expanded networking opportunities with utilities from around the world, and bigger expo hall make this year's event impossible to miss. 

So what exactly are you waiting for? The event is in San Jose on June 27-29. It's coming up fast.

Register today and prepare to network with the world's most influential people working who are helping usher in the distributed energy revolution.