Smart Grid Flexibility 2019

Smart Grid Flexibility 2019

Join leading energy transition specialists for the latest solutions to the strategic, commercial and technical issues surrounding the development of a more flexible energy system. The case study led conference programme also includes a technology-innovation panel, a series of end-user driven round table discussions, a live demo lab of the latest vendor tools, an exhibition area displaying state of the art flexibility technologies and an evening networking reception open to all participants.

Don’t miss 14+ in-depth utility case studies from leading speakers including:

  • Ricardo Perez, Head of Technology Portfolio and Sustainable Project Development – Enel Global Infrastructure & Networks
  • Colm Murphy, Head of Electricity Market Change Delivery – National Grid ESO
  • Yvonne Ruwaida, Business Strategist – Vattenfall Eldistribution
  • Andreas John, Head of System Management at 50 Hertz – Elia Group
  • Frans Campfens, Principal Consultant Energy Consulting – Qirion (Alliander)
  • Jean-Philippe Poirrier, Assistant Director, Smart Grid Solutions Industrialisation Program – Enedis 

For more information and to register, please visit 

-What are the main topics?

  • Future Roadmaps–driving forward crucial changes to the energy market and evaluating how TSO and DSO roles can change to support a fully flexible energy system
  • Market Design–architecting new market models to incentivise provision of flexibility from a wider range of system actors, including local energy communities and centralised platforms
  • System Operation – developing new processes and systems to support flexible redispatch, grid restoration and system balancing with high volumes of DERs
  • Active Network Management– delivering improved visibility and advanced control of distribution grids to maintain stability in a more decentralised energy system
  • Planning & Forecasting–developing advanced DER forecasting capabilities and incorporating flexibility into long- term investment plans
  • New Technology–investigating how EVs, battery storage, power-to-gas, blockchain and cybersecurity will affect future developments in flexibility and preparing for their widescale integration into the energy system

-Who should attend? 

Smart Grid Flexibility 2019 is the ideal conference for those involved in driving forward new market models, developing smarter system operation capabilities, or investigating innovative technology.

-How can I attend?

To register your place, please visit the website or get in touch. You can attend the event as a delegate or an exhibitor.

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