European Utility Week - join us in Paris

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12-14 November, Paris

The European Utility Week is a platform for achieving a fully integrated and interconnected electricity system and market in Europe. It hosts the environment for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply.

The 3-day programme will see an energy trilemma of security, equity and sustainability across an end-to-end European energy experience.

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As we’re facing climate change, we must
understand that the energy transition is crucial to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In Paris, we set a carbon neutrality goal by 2050, reducing our energy consumption by half and converting to renewable energies. To
do so, we are collaborating closely with energy stakeholders."

Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris

For the 3rd year, the European Commission has endorsed the event and the EU Project Zone. This Zone has its very own free-to-attend programme and hosts a record 33 EU funded projects of which WiseGRID. The stands can be visited on 12,13 and 14th of November.
Check out the EU Project Zone here.

Moreover, also for this year's edition, WiseGRID is contributing to the program:

12 November

16:00 - 16:30 ǀ Presentations of Bridge Projects: Wisegrid, Invade, Integrid, FutureFlow ǀ Hub Sessions ǀ EU Projects Zone Theatre
SESSION: Maximising the Replicability Potential

Moderated by Eric Lecomte, Policy Officer - European Commission DG Energy

  • Alvaro Nofuentes, Project Manager - ETRA I+D
  • Ricardo Mendes André, Project Coordinator - EDP Distribuição

12 November

16:30 - 16:55 ǀ Panel: Maximising the Replicability Potential ǀ Hub Sessions ǀ EU Projects Zone Theatre
SESSION: Maximising the Replicability Potential

Moderated by Eric Lecomte, Policy Officer - European Commission DG Energy

  • Alvaro Nofuentes, Project Manager - ETRA I+D
  • Ricardo Mendes André, Project Coordinator - EDP Distribuição

13 November

15:10 - 15:30 ǀ Presentations of Projects WiseGRID, Electrific, COMPILE, GOFLEX, NOVICE ǀ Hub Sessions ǀ EU Projects Zone Theatre
SESSION: Integrating the energy sector with the buildings, transport and industry sectors
WiseGRID presented by Álvaro Nofuentes Prieto, ETRA I+D


13 November

16:20 - 16:50 ǀ Panel Discussion ǀ Hub Sessions ǀ EU Projects Zone Theatre
SESSION: Integrating the energy sector with the buildings, transport and industry sectors

  • Alvaro Nofuentes, Project Manager - ETRA I+D
  • Maria Perez Ortega, Programme Manager - Realdolmen Gfi
  • Andrej Gubina, Associate Professor - University of Ljubljana
  • Ludwig Karg, Managing Director, Project Responsible - B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH

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European Utility Week - join us in Paris
08 nov 2019 | Events

WiseGRID is attending the European Utility Week in Paris. Join us there!

The European Utility Week is a platform for achieving a fully integrated and interconnected electricity system and market in Europe. It hosts the environment for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply.

The 3-day programme will see an energy trilemma of security, equity and sustainability across an end-to-end European energy experience.

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Romanian Energy Center contributes to the success of 10th WiseGRID Consortium Meeting
04 nov 2019 | Pilots , Event

The Romanian Energy Center Association (CRE) has successfully organised the 10th Consortium Meeting of the Horizon 2020 European Project "WiseGRID - Wide scale demonstration of Integrated Solutions and business models for European smart GRID", coordinated by the Spanish Group ETRA, on 22nd – 23rd October 2019 in Sinaia, Romania. WiseGRID will deliver to the European Commission, project partners and stakeholders, a set of solutions and technologies for developing intelligence, increasing the stability and security of European electricity networks, through various methods including energy storage technologies, the widespread use of electric vehicles and integration of a share of at least 50% of energy from renewable sources (RES). The project started on November 1st, 2016 and will lasts for 42 months.

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