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Tuesday. 03 October 2017

WEBINAR: Ensuring European Energy Transition: key research and innovation actions needed for the next 5 years

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 9 October 2017.

The Leonardo Energy initiative will hold a second free ETIP SNET Webinar session entitled “Ensuring European Energy Transition: key research and innovation actions needed for the next 5 years” on 9 October @ 15:00 CEST. In this webinar – hosted by Fernando Nuño,  Konstantin Staschus and Sophie Dourlens will lay out the new ETIP SNET Implementation Plan which aims at listing the short-term priorities for R&I in ETIP SNET’s scope and as defined by the action 4 of the EU’s Strategic Energy Technology Plan: Increase the resilience, security and smartness of the energy system. It is based upon the ETIP-SNET R&I roadmap 2017-2026 which specifies the long-term R&I activities for the evolution of the European energy system and published in January 2017.

The Implementation Plan is the result of a long and comprehensive stakeholders consultation process which makes it widely recognised by all the European energy transition stakeholders.

 

ETIP SNET (European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition) is a platform dedicated to making sure that Europe’s Research and Innovation facilitates all energy customers and market actors to rely on optimally integrated networks, systems and markets.

Leonardo Energy is a global initiative providing sustainable energy professionals with the knowledge to manage the energy transition. It was set up in 2004 as a platform to connect energy technologies, policies and markets. It aims to accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy economy by advocating progressive energy policies and by providing free education and training tools.

UPDATE:

You can view a recording of the webinar here

 

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