LAST DAY TO REGISTER FOR the 16th ETIP SNET Regional Workshop on Tuesday, 28 February (09:30 – 17:30 CET), which will take place in Bilbao in a hybrid format (Physical participation is highly advised).
The Workshop will provide a unique opportunity to learn about R&I projects around Europe and contribute to the identification of R&I gaps, challenges and priorities. The agenda includes a visit to Iberdrola’s Global Smart Grids Innovation Hub and Smart Mobility Lab (more information at the bottom).
The overall purpose of this event is to learn more about national and regional research, development and innovation (RDI) and how and if they are aligned to the RDI activities on the EU level and, specifically, to the ones identified in the ETIP SNET Implementation Plan 2022-2025 and that will be the base of the High Levell Use Cases in the updated ETIP SNET Roadmap, expected by mid-February 2023.
To that end, the ETIP SNET invited the representatives of national and regional funding and support programmes from Western Europe (Spain, France, Portugal, Ireland and the UK) that will meet and discuss together with the EC, national funding authorities and ministries about RDI priorities and next funding programmes.
Are you Interested in joining?
Are you a representative of a university, technology centre, energy utility, distribution or transmission system operator, technology or service provider, funding authority, national or regional ministry, regulator, national or regional technology platform?
Are you active in the field of Smart Grids and integrated Smart Energy Systems & Markets? Storage and conversion among energy carriers? Interfaces between electricity and heat, cooling, gas and transport? Digitisation? Flexible thermal and renewable generation? Flexible energy consumption? Prosumer and customer participation?
Then, kindly fill in the following registration form by 22 February 2022 EOB.
Please note that we can accept only 85 registrations, and the principle “first comes, first served will be applied”.
Check out the agenda
The visit at Iberdrola premises will include:
Global Smart Grid Innovation Hub: it is a global centre of innovation and knowledge that aims to be a world benchmark in smart grids and will allow to provide answers to the challenges of the energy transition. With more than 1000 m2 and 5 laboratories Iberdrola has created and ecosystem to promote innovation and developing talent thought collaboration with universities, Start-ups and manufactures (read more here)
Smart Mobility Lab: it is equipped with the most current recharging technologies of the electric vehicle. The laboratory has about 30 charging points (PDR) of different powers, serving, as well as a test centre for PDR manufacturers and as support to the after-sales service since it investigates the incidents found in operational equipment, replicating them and giving solutions remotely.
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