October 2017
ETIP SNET Implementation Plan: Setting Europe’s research priorities for a smarter Energy Transition
This week, the European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET) presents the short-term key priorities to enable the transition towards a reliable and sustainable European electricity system with a high share of renewables.
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Registration now open for "Ensuring European Energy Transition" WEBINAR
ETIP SNET Chairman Konstantin Staschus and Intensys4EU technical Project Coordinator Sophie Dourlens to present ETIP SNET Implementation Plan through 2nd free real time webinar course on the 9th of October, 2017.
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National Stakeholders meet in Amsterdam and discuss how to better liaise EU and national levels
On the 4th of October the members of the National Stakeholders Coordiantion Group (NSCG), the grouping of national actors (technology platforms, ministry representatives, funding agencies, research centres, experts from regulators) linked to the ETIP SNET, gathered to exchange on best practices in various EU countries.
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Workshop Presentations from ETIP SNET Central and Western Region available online
ETIP SNET, in collaboration with regional partners E.ON Energy Research Center, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and EDP Distribuição held its first two successful workshops in Aachen, Germany and Lisbon, Portugal in September. Together they gathered over 220 participants from all over Europe to share knowledge on local projects and identify research priorities.
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Registration for South-Eastern and Northern Regional Workshops to open soon!
Mark your agendas: the European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition will organise 2 more Regional Workshops in Cyprus and Latvia until the end of 2017. Four more Workshops planned in 2018.
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ETIP SNET activities are supported by the INTENSYS4EU project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 731220

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