The European Green Deal puts the EU on a path to climate neutrality by 2050, through the deep decarbonisation of all sectors of the economy, and higher greenhouse gas emissions reductions for 2030. The electricity, buildings and (electro) mobility sector will be essential in this transition. Energy flexible buildings and smart charging of electric vehicles can bring climate neutrality closer to citizens while providing flexibility to the electricity system. Integrating these sectors to deliver on the Green Deal goals will require seamless sharing of data and information and interoperability on various levels.
In this event, we will focus on the interoperability issues and solutions related to smart metering, electro mobility, and buildings, with a view to initiatives planned under the Green Deal.
With academics from the respective sectors, we will discuss questions such as:
· Doris Österreicher (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna)
· Mart van der Kam (Université de Genève)
· Antonello Monti (RWTH Aachen University)
· Valerie Reif
· Leonardo Meeus (FSR)
The series focuses on the insights from the FSR research. These online events will give the FSR researchers the chance to share our research findings and to collect feedback on ongoing research by engaging with the audience and invited experts.
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