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NOBEL GRID joined “Clean Energy for All Europeans” in Brussels

fileNOBEL GRID project participated at the Policy Conference of the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2017 (EUSEW) in Brussels from 20-22 June, organised by the European Commission, the Europe’s largest event dedicated to sustainable energy policy focused on themes in the European Commission’s Clean Energy for All Europeans package of proposals.

EUSEW helps to spread innovation, foster cooperation, cementing Europe’s role as a leader in global clean energy transition”, stated Miguel Arias Cañete, Climate Action and Energy Commissioner of the European Commission. 

NOBEL GRID project participated the 21st in the Networking Village and the 22nd in the Speakers’ Corner of the Policy Conference, where its smart energy solutions were presented by Finnova, partner of the consortium and leader of communications.


“NOBEL GRID is currently developing an App for energy consumers in order to engage them to actively participate in the energy market, while allowing renewable energy integration. In this line, “Clean Energy for all Europeans” has been the motto of 2017 edition of the European Sustainable Energy Week. As such, Nobel Grid participated in both the Networking Village and the Speaker’s Corner, so as to communicate the expected features and functionalities that will be provided by the EMA App, as well as to contact relevant stakeholders interested in the outcomes of the project, as well as, to disseminated it and to contact directly with EU representatives”, explained Ana Nava, project manager of Finnova (partner of NOBEL GRID). 

Besides NOBEL GRID, has attended to different panel session related with its goals such “Digitalization in Energy”, “Smart specialization in energy”, “Leading the energy transitions: local energy communities and companies”, “BRIDGE initiative:accelerating grids and storage deployment by removing barriers to innovation”, among others.

Concerning BRIDGE initiative, NOBEL GRID is one of the member who fosters continuous knowledge sharing amongst projects thus allowing them to deliver conclusions and recommendations about the future exploitation of the project results, with a single voice, through four different Working Groups representing the main areas of interest:Customer Engagement, Business Models, Regulations, Data Management and a Coordination Meeting.

Over 60 conference sessions of the EUSEW Policy Conference 2017 explored the latest thinking on sustainable energy policy, led by representatives of the European Commission, industry organisations, local authorities and NGOs. Dozens of activities complement these in the conference’s Networking Village, where participants can discover innovative policies and projects for clean, secure, sustainable energy and build alliances for future cooperation.

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