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The Florence School of Regulation is partnering with ENTSO-E and EDSO for Smart Grids in the organisation of the InnoGrid2020+ Conference, that will be held on 26-27 June in Brussels.

  • Which hard and soft technologies can enable a smart and sustainable energy system?
  • Which regulation is needed? Will the active customer paradigm and active system management become a reality?
  • What would that mean for networks integration and the TSOs-DSOs interface?
  • What is the role of data hubs and what are the European rules related to cybersecurity and privacy?

The Conference will focus its sixth edition on the arising Network of Networks, where power grids and transport, telecom and IT, digital and physical link up in an unprecedented manner. Special attention will be dedicated to the rapidly evolving transmission-distribution interface.

Maroš Šefčovič (Vice President for the Energy Union at the European Commission), Kaja Kallas (MEP), Kamila Kloc (Digital Single Market Deputy Head of Cabinet at the European Commission) and Alberto Pototschnig (Director of ACER) are only a few among the distinguished speakers that will contribute to the discussion.

Venue: The Square, Glass Entrance, Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels

For further info visit InnoGrid 2020+’s page

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Charlemagne building
Rue de la Loi, 170
Brussels, 1040 Belgium

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