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The Florence School of Regulation is partnering with ENTSO-E for its Annual Conference.

Power grids are the key enablers of the energy transition, of the interaction between geographies, between sectors and between the physical and growing digital dimension.

The digital layer developing on top of the physical power networks enables more variable renewables and new flexibility solutions with market-based service platforms. Microgrids are developing and having them network-based and linked to the wider system will allow maximisation of social welfare. E-Mobility is moving transport and power networks closer together. Smart houses and energy efficiency will see buildings play a new role in power systems. The customer and the market are to be at the heart of this fundamental change.

ENTSO-E’s Annual Conference – one of the key events on Brussels’ energy scene – will address connections between geographies and sectors, between small and big. ENTSO-E will explain its own strategic vision and will invite prestigious speakers from the different parties involved to challenge and voice their own through a series of interviews, fish-bowls, e-voting and ping-pong sessions.

Be part of the debate. Join us to find out how the dots of the energy transition, from local, regional, national, European and digital, are connected.

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Ilaria Bellacci
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Plaza Hotel Brussels
Boulevard Adolphe Max 118-126
Bruxelles, Bruxelles 1000 Belgium

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