With the Paris climate deal where renewable energy should account for 27% of energy use by 2030, effective implementation of efficient measures and changes in consumer behaviour is highlighted in the following sessions:
- Innovation in Low Cost Renewables
- Innovations in Energy Storage
- Innovation in Renewable Integration
- Innovation in Unleashing the Flexibility Potential
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The Energy Revolution Hub is a focal point of European Utility Week
A clean, new energy mix is taking place and EU countries are on track to meet their 2020 targets for renewable energy. Yet with the Paris climate deal where renewable energy should account for 27% of energy use by 2030, effective implementation of efficient measures and changes in consumer behaviour is also necessary.
EV will also play a huge part in this. According to the last Global EV Outlook, the number of EVs on the grid could reach as many as 20m units by 2020 and at least double again to 40m by 2025, yet the leading energy storage solution is based on a limited resource with debatable performance levels.
But what is needed in order to fully integrate systems and benefit from a smarter grid? The Energy Revolution hub facilitates business and networking opportunities between Utilities, Renewable Energy Producers, European Bodies, Energy Agencies, Solution Providers - all will the common goal of meeting and looking beyond the directives set by European policy makers.
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Who You Will Meet
Attendees to this Hub typically include:
- Utilities DSO/TSO
- Grid Operators
- Aggregators and large Energy Users
- European Policy Makers and Regulators
- Academia and Research Institutions
Interested in more information about EV's? Watch the webinar here.
We must change the way we have always operated. And we must acknowledge that this change cannot just be accommodated in the traditional system, nor can it do without.