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Together with our partners, EUW organises free-to-attend webinars about key industry related topics, designed to spark discussions on topics helping the energy transition. Join us!

Future Webinars

Initiate! - Accelerating the energy transition

11 OCTOBER 2018, 15h00 CET

This webinar will dive into the latest tech and developments in the startup & young talent space, explore how new partnerships will create positive change and much more! 

 

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European Utility Week’s Initiate! programme brings you this one-of-a-kind platform built for startups, students, young and established professionals.

The need for innovation and change in the energy industry is apparent and happening. Adopting new technologies, acquiring new talents and forming new partnerships will create the positive change to catapult the industry forward.


What to expect, other than the unexpected:

  • Diving into the latest tech and developments in the startup & young talent space
  • Exploring how forming new partnerships will create positive change in the energy space
  • Trends in the energy transition
  • Talent management - the new normal

 

Speakers will include a refreshing mix of innovators – stay tuned for details.

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Past Webinars

V2G: The road to resilience

6 SEPTEMBER 2018

This topical webinar explored the increasing popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) and the effects of this phenomenon on our electric grid networks.

It answered the questions surrounding how to maximise this disruptive force, enhance grid reliability and resilience and understand load profiles as more EVs join the grid.

 

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This Webinar was organised by EUW Host publication,  Smart Energy International.

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Discussion points: 

  • V2G – Measuring impacts on the smart grid
  • Battery electric vehicles (BEV)
  • Plug-in hybrids (PHEV)
  • Exploring EV/ grid communication interfaces
  • Utility demand response strategies (returning electricity to the grid/ throttling charge rates)
  • Charging infrastructure

 

Speaker:

  • Gregory Poilasne, Co-Founder & CEO, Nuvve Corporation

 

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Improving customer retention and revenue to build long term value

29 AUGUST 2018

Exploring new behaviour trends that retailers must respond to in order to retain customers and create new revenue streams.

 

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WEBINAR OVERVIEW

Between collective switching, customer engagement expectations and energy-awareness, the model for customer management in utilities is changing radically.

Utilities and retailers must shift from providers to service companies in response.

For instance, be it on a large to a residential scale, consumers now have an expectation for utilities to engage with renewable generation.

To keep up with the consumer needs, retailers need to ensure new products and services are attractive and sustainable; the business models will need to shift accordingly.

But how do you bundle present and future products and how do you create new revenue streams? The focus must be on creating long term value for the end-user.  

Ahead of European Utility Week’s new Energy Markets summit track, we discussed some of the key solutions emerging in energy retail.

Speakers:

  • André Pinho, Solutions Architect EMEA, FirstFuel Software
  • Fridrik Larsen, CEO, Larsen Energy Branding

 

Watch this webinar featuring industry specialists, to learn more about:

  • New developments in customer engagement and behaviours and how they will impact your business.
  • How to create new revenue streams with long-term value.
  • The ways new technologies can both impact and improve energy retail opportunities.

 

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How can Europe help to increase cyber resiliency in utilities

19 JULY 2018

New protective measures, legislation and technologies aim to combat cybersecurity threats for power infrastructure. This webinar delivers the latest updates.

 

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WEBINAR OVERVIEW

Already, 2018 has been an exemplary year for why cybersecurity in critical infrastructures is so important - it’s a topic all utilities should be familiar with. 

From politically motivated Russian hackers to sophisticated criminal attacks, critical infrastructures continue to be focal points for hackers and cyber attacks. As critical infrastructures, utilities may be at particular risk of such attacks. 

In addition to this, the energy system is increasingly digitising, adding new technologies enabling greater flexibility and control for utilities. From smart meters and utility assets to new consumer applications, the risk factors within utilities have risen exponentially in recent years, making them more so vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

The European Commission's ‘Cybersecurity Act’ (COM-2017 477) proposes new security certification measures for ICT products and services in order to increase security and trust in the digital single market. 

This and other initiatives striving to create a safe digital environment will inevitably change how utilities operate, but ultimately serve to maximise utility security.

This webinar will take a deeper dive featuring industry specialists into the latest actions in Europe, to define new Cyber Security regulation and the development of security certification approaches.

You can expect to learn about:

  • What are important aspects of security certification and who are the stakeholders involved
  • What is the roadmap for new legislature and certifications  regarding cybersecurity

 

Speakers:

  • Willem Strabbing, Managing Director of the European Smart Meter Industry Group (ESMIG)
  • Armin Selhofer, Head of Certification at Oesterreichs Energie

 

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Balancing the grid: innovative charging and storage solutions to support widespread EV adoption

6 JUNE 2018
 

With distribution networks facing changing demand dynamics, ensuring flexible energy management and energy storage is key.

 

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WEBINAR OVERVIEW

The rise of electric vehicles presents huge challenges and opportunities with as many as 30 million electric vehicles expected on the road by 2030. From generation to storage, demand-response, energy management and flexibility, the disruptive and growing asset will impact the whole value chain.

How do we support widespread adoption as we head towards a more sustainable and low-carbon future?

With distribution networks facing changing demand dynamics, ensuring flexible energy management and energy storage is key. There is also a cultural challenge to incentivise new types of behaviour as the evolution from consumer > prosumer continues.

With the trend for superfast charging, charging mechanisms will need to evolve alongside innovative storage solutions. This webinar invites a deeper dive into these innovations and looks at how electric vehicles can play a role in solving the energy storage challenge and delivering energy efficiency.

You can expect to learn about:

  • Delivering grid flexibility and energy efficiency through electric vehicles
  • How can storage and charging solutions alleviate constraints DNOs will face?
  • The impact of bi-directional charging and the Vehicle to everything (V2X) future
  • Aligning smart-cities with EV adoption to create energy efficiency

 

Speakers

  • Dietrich Summermann, CEO & CO-founder, MotionWerk
  • Grzegorz Nowaczewski, CEO & CO-founder, VPPlant

 

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