February 20, 2019


Webinar: How to Replicate solutions for the flexibility challenge? ReFlex Guidebook presentation

This webinar provides guidance on characteristics and specificities of replication of Flexibility Use-Cases aimed at end-user’s services, supply side services, infrastructure modifications and direct energy storage. It highlights insights from the forthcoming ReFlex Replicability-Guidebook, drawing on the learning experience form ReFlex partners’ 8 demo sites in 4 countries (AT, CH, DE and SE) and a comprehensive socio-technical replicability concept, including the levels of technical functionality, market institutions and regulation, social and political practices, social networks and micro- and macro-economy.

20 Feb 2019 @ 14:00 CET
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Duration: 1h

The webinar highlights insights from the forthcoming ReFlex Replicability-Guidebook, drawing on the learning experience form ReFlex partners’ 8 demo sites in 4 countries (AT, CH, DE and SE) and a comprehensive socio-technical replicability concept, including the levels of technical functionality, market institutions and regulation, social and political practices, social networks and micro- and macro-economy.

The ReFlex-Guidebook include 4 Use-Cases. We will outline which socio-technical context factors are to be looked at before prospective replication projects are planned and implemented. The webinar will provide a checklist and information on some tools to support demo regions and the wider group of stakeholders in smart grid and smart energy system in co-creating and advancing their smart grid initiatives and replication projects.

Dr. Enrique Kremers
Dr. Klaus Kubeczko                                                    Dr. Enrique Kremers

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India Smart Grid Forum has been organising its flagship annual event, India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) since 2015. The 4 edition of ISGW was held from 05 to 09 March 2018. From the overwhelming feedbacks we received, ISGW 2018 was an astounding success, attended by over 2200+ delegates and 245 speakers from 38 countries.

With the appreciation and motivation received from our stakeholders we are expanding the horizons of ISGW. With the inclusion of Gas Distribution and Water Distribution Utilities which are equally relevant in the Smart City domain, we are transforming the India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) to India Smart Utility Week (ISUW) in 2019. We are happy to announce that we have finalised 12 – 16 March 2019 as the dates for ISUW 2019.

ISUW 2019 will be organised as an International Conference and Exhibition that will cover key components of Smart Cities including Smart Grids,Smart Water and Smart City Gas Distribution. ISUW 2019 will bring together India’s leading Electricity, Gas and Water Utilities, Policy Makers, regulators, Investors and world’s top notch experts and researchers on above domains to discuss trends, share best practices and showcase next generation technologies and products in smart utilities and smart cities domains. ISUW 2019 will include plenaries, interactive workshops, keynotes, and technical sessions.

For more details visit www.isuw.in


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April 1, 2019


17th Eexecutive Committee Of the International Smart Grid Action Network – Stockholm, April 1-5, 2019

It is with great pleasure that the Swedish Energy Agency invites you to the 17th Executive Committee of the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN) which will take place April 3-5, 2019, in Stockholm and Älvkarleby (Sweden).

 

Prior to the Executive Committee meeting, April 2nd, 2019, the Swedish Energy Agency and the Swedish Smartgrid Forum would like to invite you to the international public workshop “The future of electricity markets in a low carbon economy”, which will focus on international experiences and lessons learned in relation to several key aspects of power systems transformation, market design and smart grid development. Please find more information in the brochure attached.

 

On April 1st, 2019,  you are further cordially invited to attend a full-day Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) eventon on experimental sandboxes to enable Smart Grid deployment as well as a preparatory workshop for Mission Innovation IC#1 and ISGAN event at CEM10.

 

To assist you in the planning of your travel, please find attached a first draft of the information package. The agendas of the events and more information on how to register will follow soon.

 

For any enquiry regarding the ISGAN ExCo meeting, please contact the ISGAN Secretariat at ISGAN@ait.ac.at.

 

We urge participants that need a visa to enter the Schengen zone to start the application process as soon as possible. If you need a formal letter of invitation, please contact the Swedish Energy Agency, Senja Nordström senja.nordstrom@energimyndigheten.se

 


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April 2, 2019


The future of electricity markets in a low carbon economy

The event will focus on international experiences and lessons learned, with emphasis on the importance of market design in relation to the following key aspects of power systems transformation and smart grid development;

 

Date and time: 2 April 2019, 9:00–16:30
Place: Clarion Sign Hotel, Östra Järnvägsgatan 35, Stockholm, Sweden

 

  • New market opportunities enabled by digitalization of the power sector
  • Flexibility and power system interaction and optimization leveraged by smart grid solutions
  • Innovative regulatory approaches to advance smart grids deployment with focus on experimental sandboxes

 

For online registration and further information, please follow the link


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