E.DSO and InnoEnergy Workshop Data&Innovation: Driving the electrons that make your future
Register now to the Data&Innovation Workshop!
4th Feb 2020 Brussels, Belgium
Towards the Paris Agreement and as a foundation to the European Green Deal, the pressure on developing and deploying low or zero-carbon technologies increased on a dramatic scale. Member States are thus facing an urgent need to transform their energy systems. Distribution System Operators (DSOs), confronted with an unprecedented growth of new loads and distributed generation connecting to their networks, are on the lookout for innovative ideas and fresh perspectives, and are undergoing a mind shift in how we deal with challenges and seize opportunities.
Jointly organized by the Association of the European Distribution System Operators (E.DSO) and InnoEnergy, the innovation engine for sustainable energy across Europe, the Data&Innovation event will focus on ‘Driving the electrons that make your future’. It will provide the opportunity for start-ups and traditional businesses to share their views and innovative ideas in the multiple cross-sections of the electricity grid.
Interested? Register here and join us on the 4th of February!
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