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NOBEL GRID joined the Clean Energy Transition in Brussels

NOBEL GRID project participated at the Policy Conference of the 13th EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW) in Brussels from 5-7 June, organised by the European Commission, the Europe’s largest event dedicated to sustainable energy policy focused on the Clean Energy Transition 

With over 60 sessions and 2,500 participants,the conference had a range of speakers who addressed different elements of this process. The main three aspects of the clean energy transition from a policy perspective as Climate Action and Energy Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete were: Clean Energy for all Europeans package, the policy debate on the Long-Term Strategy, the future EU budget from 2021 to 2027.

“Our ambition level, for energy efficiency or for renewables, should enable us to achieve our commitments under the Paris Agreements, it should reflect the most recent developments for renewables technologies and it should reflect the message that investing in clean energy transition brings benefits for our economy in terms of growth and jobs, for the competitiveness of our industries and for individual consumers. Our stakeholders’ community wants and needs to see ambition, certainty and predictability provided by the regulatory framework. It will give a crucial signal and will help drive the necessary investment in the years to come.” Said Energy Commissioner during the opening session.

On 6th June, NOBEL GRID participated in both Energy Talks and Energy Fair of the Networking Village.  During the Energy Talk audience could find out all the functionalities and the benefits to end-consumers of the SLAM, as well as, participate via Slido in the interactive presentation.

At the Energy Fair, NOBEL GRID made use of its promotional material to show the audience results achieved: Smart Advanced Meter(SLAM), Grid Management and Maintenance Master Framework (G3M Framework), Energy Monitoring and Analysis App (EMA App) and DR Flexible Market Cockpit (DRFM Cockpit). Visitors found SLAM functionalities out and interact with it, as well as, asked as many questions they wanted to the partners of the projects for better-understanding.


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