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NOBEL GRID selected to participate in the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial in China


The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency of the European Commission has selected NOBEL GRID, out of more than 200 European projects, to exhibit its tools and ICT services in the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) in Beijing on 6th–8th of June.

In total, two projects were selected by the Commission to show the best smart grid innovations in Europe during the CEM8.

The annual meeting of energy ministers and other high-level delegates from the 24 member countries and the European Union will provide an opportunity to leverage high-level political will and private sector leadership to drive ambitious, real-world clean energy policies and actions.

“This is a great opportunity to spread our developments achieved so far, which provide advanced tools and ICT services to all actors in the Smart Grid and retail electricity making it more secure, stable, sustainable and cleaner. Especially, to present our work and achievements towards protection and empowerment of the European consumers and prosumers (households and businesses) on the energy transition ”, explained Lola Alacreu, Coordinator of NOBEL GRID.

Between 7th-8th June, visitors could find out NOBEL GRID project at the “Technology Exhibition”, where the project will be exhibited at the booth BC23+24 of the European Commission.

The CEM8 aims to demonstrate and celebrate the “Revolution Now of rapidly decreasing costs and increasing deployment of clean energy technologies and the national and global value propositions of economic opportunity, health and welfare, and energy security of the transition to modern, clean, and efficient energy”, as organisers explain.

Besides the vision for the ministerial is to deepen and broaden government participation and leadership in the CEM forum to drive greater progress in the global clean energy transformation, strengthen action-oriented partnerships and collaborations and launch new, high-impact CEM campaigns that tap into globally relevant and timely clean energy areas and that encourage concrete commitments.

The Technology Exhibition will feature companies and projects from around the world demonstrating breakthrough clean energy technologies, products, and business models, as well as startups working to drive change in the clean energy sector and the worldwide economy in the years and decades to come.

The 4,300-square-meter exhibition will cover six key sectors, such as renewable energy, energy-efficient technologies and facilities, energy storage technologies and facilities, digital energy and smart grid, electric vehicles and related technologies and finance and business model innovation.




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