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European Smart Grids Summit

19 - 20 Feb 2015  New Date Reminder
Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice, Nice, France

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The European Smart Grids Summit, organized by the World Trade Group will take place from 19th February to the 20th February 2015 at the Radisson Blu Hotel France in Nice, France.


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07:45 AM - 06:30 PM (Feb 19) (General)
07:55 AM - 05:20 PM (Feb 20) (General)

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19 - 20 Feb 2015 6th Edition


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Milo Broekmans

Milo Broekmans

Sr. Enterprise Architect at USEF.info Netherlands
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Maher Chebbo

Maher Chebbo

General Manager Energy & Natural Resources Europe Middle East and... Paris, France
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Denis Cagney

Denis Cagney

Director of Networks, Legal and Renewables at Commission for Energy... Ireland
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Maxine Frerk

Maxine Frerk

Interim senior partner distribution at Ofgem,Housing Ombudsman London, Canada
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Matthias Galus

Matthias Galus

Deputy Head Section Networks at Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) Switzerland
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Lisette Kaupmann

Lisette Kaupmann

Innovator at Stedin Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Christian Buchel

Christian Buchel

Directeur général adjoint d'ERDF, filiale du groupe EDF at EDSO4SG... Paris, France

Schedule & Agenda

Thu, 19 Feb 08:45 AM - 09:15 AM
SMART METERING BUSINESS CASE: COST - BENEFIT ANALYSIS
Update on the progress to date on smart metering implementations in Member StatesComparison and exchange of lessons learnt on positive and negative cost-benefit outcomes in various countriesExperimenting with new business models for deploying Smart Grids and reflections on the way forward for realising the full smart metering potential Kai TulliusPolicy OfficerEuropean Commission
Thu, 19 Feb 09:15 AM - 09:45 AM
GUEST SPEAKER
DRAWING LESSONS FROM THE TELECOMS TRANSITION TOWARDS ONE OF THE MOST CUSTOMER-CENTRIC BUSINESSESWhy was there a need for the telecommunications industry to start thinking about changing their ways in how they see the customer?The first steps in understanding what the customer wantsChallenges we faced in our journey from a product-centric to customer-centric cultureWhat are the key factors to consider and what needs to be changed to improve customer experience and retentionJohn McKiernanHead of External CollaborationESBIreland
Thu, 19 Feb 09:45 AM - 10:30 AM
PRE-ARRANGED 1-2-1 BUSINESS MEETINGS AND REFRESHMENTS
Thu, 19 Feb 10:50 AM - 11:30 AM
PANEL DISCUSSION
HOW TO GET THE MOST VALUE OF THE NEW SERVICES AND RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES Solutions are costly, which ones do we choose?Where do we need intelligence u2013 customer side or else?How do we get a customer in the grid?The right tools to define who is responsible for whatCost effectiveness of the new systemData handling and how data is going to be sharedLatest developments and opportunities in renewable energy resourcesJohn HodemaekersHead of AM-InnovationStedinNetherlandsMarcus MerkelSenior Advisor to the Managing Director EWE NETZGermanyJessica StrombackExecutive DirectorSmart Energy Demand CoalitionMatthias GalusDepartment Head Section NetworksSwiss Federal Office of Energy
Thu, 19 Feb 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
THE BUSINESS MODEL OF FLEXIBILITYFrom the central aggregator of the Greenlys Demonstrator to the microgrids of MasteringContext for the project : European power marketREX Greenlys : IT platform to perform centralized aggregationHow can the multi agents theory can serve to design microgrid business models?Maryse AnbarR&D Project Manager, Smart Grids & Decentralized Optimization Research & Technologies DivisionGDF SUEZ CRIGEN
Thu, 19 Feb 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
CASE STUDY: ENERGY SOLUTIONS FOR SMARTER CITIESu2018Energy Solutionsu2019: making cities more efficient through innovative services in Lighting, Electrical Mobility and BuildingsOverview of the Technology base supporting u2018Energy Solutionsu2019Smart Grid Service Center; evolving control systems to monitor new City servicesChristopher ReganHead of Engineering and TechnologyEndesa Ingenieru00eda SL.Spain
Thu, 19 Feb 12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
LUNCH
Thu, 19 Feb 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
EXAMINING THE ENERGY PROJECT AT HOOG DALEMM - AN ALL-ELECTRIC RESIDENTIAL AREA IN THE NETHERLANDSDemonstration Project in an all-electric residential area with individual heat pumpsLowering the peak load on the grid through energy storage near or in the houseBusiness case for the residentials, for the grid operator as well as for other partiesSeducing the customer with profitable and attractive proposalsInsights in customer needs and behaviourTechnical specification of the in-home proposalLisette KaupmannInnovatorStedin Netbeheer (DSO)Netherlands
Thu, 19 Feb 02:00 PM - 02:30 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
NEW BUSINESS MODELS TO SUPPORT SMART GRIDS TECHNOLOGYLooking at the evolving industry value modelOverview of innovative business modelsFrom single-sided to multi-sided platformsWhat are the key questions that one needs to address before making major investmentsJessica StrombackExecutive DirectorSmart Energy Demand Coalition
Thu, 19 Feb 02:30 PM - 03:00 PM
WORKSHOP
EFFICIENT SMART GRID TESTING FOR OPTIMIZED RELIABILITY AND COST-EFFECTIVENESS Protection systems reliabilityPrecision of measurement components and energy metersHV assets testingMaintenance testing concept for longer life-timeTesting of modern communication systems in IEC 61850Dr. Till WelfonderRegional Sales ManagerOmicronEurope & AfricaWORKSHOPTECHNOLOGYENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (ESS) SUPPORT FOR ELECTRICAL GRID Examining of the disturbances we have today in the in the electrical distribution gridReasons for disturbancesOutlining the functions of energy storageHow to build reliable energy storage system? Jari RiikonenProduct ManagerEnerSys EMEAFinland
Thu, 19 Feb 03:20 PM - 03:50 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
THE SMART MARKET - INTRODUCTION OF INTELLIGENT METERING SYSTEMS IN GERMANYExamining Smart Metering with E.ON and possible services offeredImplementation of Smart Metering and Smart market and what has to be taken in account when deployments take placeAnalysis of the actual situation - Smart Metering in Europe and GermanyRobert PflueglManaging DirectorE.ON MeteringSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTSMART GRID PROJECT IN VRCHLABI: AUTOMATED DISTRIBUTION NETWORKSmart Region - the project focused on smart grids deployment in the town of Vrchlabu00ed in the Czech RepublicVerifying how automation equipment can optimise network operationsUnderstanding the drivers of project implementation: preparing for large scale DG integration, testing new technologies, new concepts, reduce grid losses, ensure reliability of DS, Automated fault management at LV and MV levelsUpdate on current status and reports Ing. Stanislav HesSpecialist for Strategy of New TechnologiesCEZ DistribuceCzech Republic
Thu, 19 Feb 03:50 PM - 04:20 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
SMART - SUCCESS WITH INTELLIGENT PRODUCTS FOR THE CUSTOMERSThe need of intelligent productsThe timeline - when does the energy sector have to be smart in Germany?What are smart customers and what do they want?The stabilization of the energy sector with smart products - how do I involve the customers?Results and approaches from a EnBW-field test with electric heating customers Dr Holger WiechmannSenior ManagerEnBW Energie Baden-Wu00fcrttemberg AGSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTVOLTAGE CONTROL IN THE DISTRIBUTED POWER GRIDSmart grid demonstration project overview in two test regions on MV/LV grid levelsExamining the main project focus covering issues of grid stability, secure integration of renewables, battery and consumer household storage, business cases in future energy gridsExploring the main technology of highly distributed network of real-time measurement devicesKey elements project milestones and timelines Dr. Oliver KroneLeiter Smart Grid EngineeringBKW Energie AGSwitzerland
Thu, 19 Feb 04:20 PM - 04:50 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
ALLIANDER CASE STUDY: PUTTING SECURITY AT THE CORE OF YOUR BUSINESS OPERATIONS AS PART OF ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENTu00b7Overview of Alliander current progress and deployments for Smart Gridsu00b7Examining the implications and importance of cyber resilienceu00b7Ensuring that all security risks are considered and maintaining vigilance with situational awarenessu00b7Examining the latest developments from the European Energy-ISAC and why its critical to join forces against cyber threats on a European levelu00b7Best practices and lessons learned in the monitoring of Smart Grids for security and privacy breachesu00b7What do companies really need to do, how much will it cost, and where to put resources to have a more secure organizationIgor van GemertSenior ConsultantAllianderSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTPENETRATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND DEPLOYMENT VEHICLE TO GRIDImpact of using EVs on the energy networkSuccessful practices of integration EVsMitigating the impact of EV on the distribution network coping with the volatile and unpredictable load profiles that millions of electric vehicles will createRoger KohlmannMember of the General Executive Management BoardBDEW German Association of Energy and Water Industries
Thu, 19 Feb 04:50 PM - 05:20 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
THE FUTURE OF THE CUSTOMERu0092S HOME IN THE CRYSTAL BALLConsumption profiles: Understanding the behaviour and habits of your consumerThe new u2018smartu2019 products and solutions to enable energy efficiency at homeDrawing up design recommendationsErik HjelmR&D Manager, Energy ManagementFortumSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTSMART GRID, THE NEXT GENERATION: HOW MUCH STORAGE DO WE REALLY NEED?u00b7Examining why u2018Storageu2019 is the new hype word connected with the decarbonisation of the energy and power systemsu00b7How much storage we really need and are we overestimating our needs?u00b7Can we re-think our concept of u2018energyu2019 to minimise its conversions, losses and the need for storage?Marko DelimarVice-Dean of Education University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computin
Thu, 19 Feb 05:25 PM - 06:30 PM
NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION
Fri, 20 Feb 02:45 AM - 03:15 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
USEF -THE ENERGY FRAMEWORKThe Universal Smart Energy Framework is a conceptual and universal framework for decentralised energy markets, based on international open standards that can be scaled and reproduced for national and local purposes.Introducing its contents and main components: interaction model, market-based control mechanism, grid operations, smart energy servicesThe USEF foundation: ambition and way of workingLessons learned so far: reference implementationThe ultimate test: field trialsMilo BroekmansSenior Enterprise Architect USEFBUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKSREGULATORY ASPECTS OF SMART GRIDS AND DEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT FROM A DSO PERSPECTIVEExamining the enablers of demand side management including tariff options, flexibility services from the market, and direct contract optionsAssessing what aspects are crucial, like measuring or the estimation of the delivered flexibilityWhat is or could be the relationship between an aggregator and a balance responsible party?Exploring the available options and what are the advantages and disadvantages of eachPaul de WitSenior Advisor Regulatory Affairs,Alliander
Fri, 20 Feb 08:15 AM - 10:50 AM
SITE VISIT - NICE GRID PROJECT AND SHOWROOM
08:15 Departure from the Radisson Blu Hotel to the showroom09:00 Site visit1st roomWhy NICE GRID - the Distributed Energy Resources?Why are they challenging the Distribution System Operator in France and in the world?The NICE GRID ConsortiumWhat is a flexibility in the NICE GRID?Why is it helping solve overload and overvoltage challenges?The 4 NICE GRID objectives2nd roomInteractive VideoThe Network Energy Manager: What is It?The Objects Wall - display of all equipment installed in the NICE GRID, from the 400kV primary substation down to homesConnection to the TSO Flexibility Management tool, to the HMI to manage the batteries, ...09:45 Q&A10:00 Departure to the 1MW battery 10:20 Departure to the Emigra District: the 33kW network battery, the OLTC HV/LV transformer10:45 Departure back to the hotel & additional Q&A on coach
Fri, 20 Feb 11:10 AM - 11:30 AM
MORNING REFRESHMENTS
Fri, 20 Feb 11:35 AM - 12:15 PM
PANEL DISCUSSION
IMPROVING EUROPEAN AND NATIONAL REGULATIONS TO SUPPORT SMART GRIDS DEVELOPMENT Denis CagneyDirector of Energy Networks, Renewables and Legal DivisionCommission for Energy Regulation (CER)IrelandMaxine FrerkInterim Senior Partner Smarter Grids & Governance DistributionOFGEMUKKnud PedersenVice President- Infrastructure ManagementDONG Energy
Fri, 20 Feb 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
EXAMINING THE MANAGEMENT OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION
Exploring the current models - Demand or storageAssessing whether this an alternative or compliment to network reinforcement?Jean-Baptiste GallandStrategy DirectorERDF DistributionFrance
Fri, 20 Feb 12:45 PM - 01:45 PM
LUNCH
Fri, 20 Feb 01:45 PM - 02:15 PM
MODERN ENERGY SYSTEMS COMING TOGETHER: HEAT, POWER AND GAS SYNERGIES
Analysis of value of demand flexibility in Danish energy system in 2025 and 2035 (and 2050) with high share of renewables and increased electrification of heating, transport and fuel productionFocus on influence of flexibility on system level and distribution levelFindings on potential demand and supply of flexibility in scenarios.Modelling of flexibility and method for valuationConclusions on development of value of flexibility in 2025 and 2035 in Denmark. Key drivers for value of flexibilityMorten StrygConsultant EngineerDansk Energi
Fri, 20 Feb 02:15 PM - 02:45 PM
MODELS FOR FLEXIBILITY
Who buys flexibility?How to introduce aggregators?What are the rules and responsibility of present actors?The right to share data, how to handle data generated by the system, how to share data according with the privacy and security standards Christian BuchelVice-ChairmanEDSO for Smart Grids
Fri, 20 Feb 03:15 PM - 03:45 PM
BUSINESS MODELS AND FRAMEWORKS
BUSINESS MODELS: VALUING FLEXIBILITY FROM MULTI-VECTOR ENERGY AND NETWORK SERVICESUnderstanding why selecting the u201crightu201d business models for your company is critical for the future vision of smart gridsExploring the provisioning of integrated energy and network capacity services from multi-vector aggregation of distributed energy systemsPerspectives from European and UK projects on the evolution of the Smart City conceptDr. Pierluigi MancarellaManchester UniversityIEEE Energy WG Chair and Reader on Future Energy Networks
Fri, 20 Feb 03:45 PM - 04:15 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
CUSTOMER BEHAVIOR IN SMART GRID PILOTS AND OUR EXPERIENCE WITH A LOCAL ENERGY COOPERATIONEnergy transition from DSO perspectiveEmergence of energy cooperativesExamining the purpose of the project: Together With Smart Energy Program/Samen Slim met EnergieFirst insights and initial lessons learned from the projectMartijn van HuijkelomInnovatorEnexisNetherlandsSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTLATEST EXPERIENCE FROM DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING SOLUTIONS TO REMOTE ISLAND MICRO GRIDSIsolated vs. connected micro grids -Similarities and differences in challenges and solutionsMonopoly vs. market driven energy system -How to create incentives and optimise the systemHolistic and market driven solution approach -Combining financial, contractual and physical optimisationSummary and perspectivesIvan K. PedersenHead of Power Hub TechnologyDONG EnergyDenmark
Fri, 20 Feb 04:15 PM - 04:45 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
FLEXIBLE TARIFFS FOR HOUSEHOLDS AND SMALL BUSINESSES: NEW BALANCING METHOD BETWEEN SYNTHETIC PROFILES AND TIME SERIES DATAGermany is going to implement a high level metering system with an intelligent Smart Meter Gateway. Main topics for the customer acceptance of Smart Meter Systems are acceptable costs and ensuring privacyA short introduction to the German smart meter regulationsEnBW’s concept to realize flexible tariffs with reduced costs and privacy by design:Privacy: Concept without using of customer related load profiles for tariff calculation and imbalance settlementCosts: Achieving high levels of automation to reduce the costsEnergy purchase trading: Bringing in more flexibility rather than using synthetic profilesHans-Joachim DornSenior Manager Meter & EDM-ServicesEnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AGGermanySTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTCASE STUDY: EWE'S APPROACH TO DOUBLE GRID CONNECTION CAPACITY BY USING DG-FLEXIBILITYChallenges of RES Integration and innovative smart projects of EWE NETZ to ensure efficient grid development by using DG flexibilityUnderstanding that supply side flexibility based on volatile generation could be the ultimate option to ensure system optimization next to demand responseReviewing the first insights and results for the demonstration projectMarcus MerkelSenior Advisor to the Managing Director EWE NETZGermany
Fri, 20 Feb 04:45 PM - 05:15 PM
STREAM 1 CUSTOMER INVOLVEMENT
GOING SOCIAL: HOW TO USE ONLINE SOCIAL PLATFORMS AND MOBILE APPLICATIONS TO INFLUENCE CUSTOMERS' BEHAVIOR ESMIG'S SCOPE: SMART ENERGY MANAGEMENTHelping consumers understand the new opportunitiesCreate the right environment for new consumer servicesTechnology that are available Dr. Maher ChebboPresidentESMIGSTREAM 2INFRASTRUCTURE, TECHNOLOGIES & ICTRESEARCH FOR THE ENERGY FUTURESmart cities: what are the challenges/requirements for the energy infrastructureThe “ACR way” – the research cooperation model in ViennaWhat are the processes and incentives to involve “smart users” in a research programBernd RichterHead of InfrastructureAspern Smart City Research GmbH&CoKG
Fri, 20 Feb 05:15 PM - 05:20 PM
CHAIRu0092S CONCLUDING REMARKS AND CLOSE OF SUMMIT

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