The International Smart Grids and Cities Congress and Fair (on April 25-26, 2019), which will be assembling the stakeholders of the energy industry, to which nearly 350 global corporations will attend as booth exhibitors, is expected to be attended by over 10 thousand industry representatives, experts and academicians from more than 50 countries.
Turkey is experiencing a transitional stage to use Smart Grid application like the whole world. During this critical period, parties fully utilizing, producing and distributing energy search for solutions to use energy effectively, rationally and without any loss. Thanks to advanced technology solutions such as information and communication technologies and smart grid, problems about consuming and producing energy are proposed to vanish in time. Therefore current grid systems shall inevitably be subjected to some amendments in order to integrate into this system.
Currently, many electricity distribution company have been involved in this transformation in Turkey having 35 millions of water subscribers, 35 millions of electricity subscribers and 10 millions of natural gas subscribers with a population of 80 millions of people.
Consequently, this congress to be held within the transitional stage of Turkey will provide an international platform in order to throw the participants together with all the shareholders, find answers to many questions, teach the latest innovations about smart grids, show sample applications and define investment strategies.
Connecting physics and digits: Power Platforms on the rise.
An ICT layer is emerging on top of physical grids, transforming the energy system into a cyber-physical system. How to ensure digitalisation delivers all its potential value to European citizens? And how to make sure it leads to the best possible TSO-DSO interaction?
At InnoGrid 2019 you will hear from the industry’s CEOs on innovation strategies dos and don’ts, discover today’s rising power platforms and debate needed support from regulation, policy and financing. Interactive breakout sessions will get you acquainted with pilots and projects on active system management, sector coupling and storage, advanced grid resilience and innovations for the physical grid.
As at previous editions, a networking exhibition will showcase the works and results of R&D&I projects with a European scope.
see also: https://www.innogrid2020.eu/
Natural resources Canada (NRCan) and The Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), UK launched the Power Forward Challenge