Innogrid2020+ the innovation power conference - A Network based Green Deal for All Europeans
5th May 2020 Brussels, Belgium
The Green Deal defines a transition that delivers climate neutrality while leaving no one behind fair. This edition of Innogrid will focus on the paramount role of Networks to make the Green Deal reality, while putting customers and citizens center stage.
New technologies need to take the next step: power electronics, dynamic line rating, smart substations, digitalisation at large, an effective cybersecurity framework are just some to mention here. RD projects, pilots and break through technologies will be at the heart of the discussions at Innogrid 2020, presented through project promoters, TSOs and DSOs from Europe. Innogrid is, again, the MUST event for Power network Innovation in Europe.
Jointly conceived by the Association of the European Distribution System Operators (E.DSO) and the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), this 9th edition of InnoGrid has as its focus a ‘Network based Green Deal for All Europeans’. Experts will address among others the topics of sector coupling and storage, customers involvement and active system management, as well as decentralized renewables and networks.
In addition to the conference and its topical debates, the event will run an exhibition of projects as well as a start-ups hub, enabling participants to interact, share knowledge and best practices. The work and results of R&D innovative projects with EU added value will be also presented during the conference.
Join us for our annual Must event on innovation in electricity networks and block now the 5th and 6th of May in your agenda!
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