Stakeholders of the ETIP Smart Networks for the Energy Transition meet in Brussels on June 18

Join the National Stakeholder Coordination Group of ETIP Smart Networks for the Energy Transition in Brussels on June 18! Watch the recording here.


About the Event

The National Stakeholder Coordination Group (NSCG) of the ETIP Smart Networks for the Energy Transition is a sounding board and exchange platform for national R&I stakeholders in the area of smart energy systems and networks, enabling them to contribute actively to the European SET-Plan Action 4 and the implementation of its Implementation Plan. The NSCG addresses national R&I policy makers, R&I funding program managers, key research institutes (typically members of EERA), R&I platforms ("Technology Platforms” or similar – typically consisting of grid operators, technology providers, R&D-institutes) and experts from regulators.

This meeting will bring together the following SET-Plan Initiatives in order to provide networking opportunities and support creating synergies with national and regional initiatives:

The meeting addresses particularly national and regional initiatives, demo projects, living labs, etc. in these fields as well as members of the above listed SET-Plan initiatives.

Venue

Scotland House
Rond-Point Schuman 6
1040 Brussels
Belgium
 
Metro Station Schuman

Registration

If you would like to attend, please register here soon, as space is limited.

Agenda of the Work Meeting

Four hours full of inspiring talks and co-creation:

Afterwards, join the afternoon session of the EC's EUSEW Policy Conference co-organized by OCEANERA-NET, SOLAR-ERA.NET and ERA-Net SES to learn about how joint programming platforms can drive clean energy innovation!

Further Information

Download the invitation here.


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