Eurelectric Power Summit 2020
New policymakers have made their entrance in Brussels. 2020 promises dynamic debates around the Green Deal and the way forward for the decarbonisation of the entire economy.
25th May 2020 Dublin, Ireland
Who will pave the way to a net zero emissions society? Will policymakers recognise the crucial role of electrification? How will they ensure a just energy transition? Can competition from business disruptors, energy and tech players turn challenges into opportunities? Will innovations in generation, storage and e-fuels lead the way?
Eurelectric’s Power Summit is the leading forum where the European power sector ecosystem connects.
Get inspired and meet with new business disrupters, energy executives and industry captains who are taking the lead in transforming Europe’s energy landscape.
Join us in Dublin where these and much more will be discussed!
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Power to the people: reinventing the grid
Distributed renewables coupled with AI and machine learning offer a heady mix of possibilities for recasting the UK energy system into something that gives the customer ownership of costs and carbon, but practical problems remain. Stephen Cousins separates science fact from science fiction.
ESMIG: Benefits of smart meters for consumers can be increased
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