Hub Sessions

Wed 16 Nov 14:00 to 14:10

Session Introduction - Smart Home Energy & Heating

Developments in the European market for smart thermostats, including multizonal heating control systems. A look at energy monitoring, smart plugs and remote diagnostics as good add-ons to smart thermostats.

Wed 16 Nov 14:10 to 14:30
Speakers: 

Wim Cardinaels

Project Manager
EnergyVille

SmarThor, research platform for multi-energy systems and markets

The world of energy is changing rapidly and this impacts the existing business models in the energy sector. Plenty of smart technologies are available but a commercial breakthrough is often hampered by the lack of effective customer involvement and an appropriate regulatory framework.

SmarThor combines the EnergyVille expertise in envisioning, user behavior, business modelling, ICT-systems and optimization strategies with a low regulated zone in order to test technology, user interactions and market models in real life conditions.

Wed 16 Nov 14:30 to 14:50
Speakers: 

Sylvie Perrin

Senior Project manager
EDF

Realtime In-Home Consumption from The Linky Meter

  • How the Linky Meter and a standardised radio module, will be used in answering the mandatory French Energy Transition Law
  • ERL's unique module running on smart meters with 2 radio protocols for domestic use
  • The benefits of having real time information to help customers (domestic or small professionals) reduce their consumption
Wed 16 Nov 14:50 to 15:10
Speakers: 

Matt Hastings

Programme Director Local Energy Systems
Centrica

Local Energy Markets – Centrica’s Smart Grid Vision

  • The concept journey and an insight into how to develop innovative projects in traditional utilities
  • The scope of the project and how different aspects of the local system integrate with each other
  • The short to long term vision from local flexibility, to local trading, to local supply
Wed 16 Nov 15:10 to 15:30
Speakers: 

Giannopoulos

Engineer
Elia System Operator

Flexibility Provided by Tertiary Buildings for Power System Balancing

  • The importance of integration of decentralization
  • Experiences  from a proof of concept
  • Possible services and identified barriers for flexibility from commercial buildings 
Wed 16 Nov 15:30 to 15:50
Speakers: 

Senior Analyst
Delta Energy & Environment

Winter is coming for the connected home – how can energy survive?

  •           Where the European market stands for energy?
  •           What is the energy industry actually up against?
  •           Are quick returns on investment really important?
Wed 16 Nov 15:50 to 16:00

Afternoon Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov 16:00 to 16:20
Speakers: 

Ibon Arechalde

EMC & Telecom Laboratory Manager
TECNALIA Research & Innovation

Method to Identify The Source of Noise in PLC Communications

  • A new method to detect the source of the perturbances in PLC communications
  • How much time and money can be saved in the final roll-out
  • Make specifications of new smart meters to include this method
Wed 16 Nov 16:20 to 16:40
Speakers: 

Erik Christiansen

Advisor
REScoop.eu

The Way Cooperatives are Welcoming Smart Technology in The Danish Homes

  • Danish consumers decided to make their heating system more efficient with smart technology
  • The project was rolled out by the cooperative and consumers where segmented for a targeted communication and harsh implementation
  • The results were incredible, and most citizens agree that they would do it again.
Wed 16 Nov 16:40 to 17:30
Speakers: 

Senior Analyst
Delta Energy & Environment

Sylvie Perrin

Senior Project manager
EDF

Erik Christiansen

Advisor
REScoop.eu

Matt Hastings

Programme Director Local Energy Systems
Centrica

Panel: Defining The Smart Home Value Chain

Can we make families enthusiastic for our solutions so that they adapt our products in their daily live?

What would be the best approach: selling technology or establishing an ecosystem to offer attractive services that make use of our technology?

Moderator: 

Wim Cardinaels

Project Manager
EnergyVille
Thu 17 Nov 09:00 to 09:10

Session Introduction - Connected Home & Connected Car

The race for the smart home has started. In the automotive industry there are successful crossover projects with the smart home ecosystem. Smart billing, smart charging and other integrations with the smart home.

Thu 17 Nov 09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

Bianca Barth

Policy Director
bne – Association of Energy Market Innovators

The Supplier’s Perspective: Energy Products and Services related to E-Mobility

  • Promising user groups: Where should the focus for product development be put?
  • Requirements for a customer-friendly and cost-efficient market uptake: Assessment and design of new tariff options
  • Challenges for the regulatory landscape
Thu 17 Nov 09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Taco van Berkel

Mobility Business Developer
Eneco

Connecting The Car to The Smart Thermostat

  • Home charging of e-cars with juice from your own fuel station disrupts in multiple ways.
  • Tripling your energy consumption asks for grip on your household, which is covered by Eneco’s recently introduced ‘Car on Toon®’ smart home service.
  • But being able to talk with your car will really make a change and offers the possibility for a ‘holistic charging coach’: optimal usage home grown solar power, vehicle2home and more.
Thu 17 Nov 09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Vice President
Fortum Charge & Drive

The first ever early mass market of EVs - Learnings from a charging service provider operating in the cloud

Fortum Charge & Drive is the leading charging service provider in Norway, the leading, and first ever early mass market of EVs in the world. Charge & Drive operates a Nordic charging network with over 300 Quick Chargers (50kW) and over 500 normal chargers (AC up to 22kW). In 2015 every fourth car sold in Norway was either an EV or a PHEV. We will share what we have learned being a charging service provider for both infrastructure and software solutions and share some insights and what to consider when crossing the chasm from early adaptors to early mass.

Thu 17 Nov 10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Domitille ALOZY

Project coordinator
BienVEnu

Director
Tetragora

Charging in Housing Blocks - Project BienVEnu

  • The main challenges of recharging in collective housing
  • The key features of an effective collective and private charging solution
  • Real field feedback from equipped buildings: building managers, EV owners and users, non-users.
Thu 17 Nov 10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Thu 17 Nov 11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

Strategy Manager
Energy Technologies Institute

Coordinating Supply and Demand of Flexibility in Smart Energy Systems

  • Why is coordination important and what are the implications if left unmanaged?
  • What are the key considerations for more effective coordination (technology, commercial, consumer, policy)?
  • How are current projects helping us to understand these issues?
Thu 17 Nov 11:20 to 11:40
Speakers: 

Senan McGrath

Chief Technology Officer
ESB eCars

Electric Vehicles – Threats and Opportunities

  • EVs impact on Utility Demand profile
  • Opportunities created by Smart Charging
  • EV as an enabler of the Smart Grid
Thu 17 Nov 11:40 to 12:30
Speakers: 

Taco van Berkel

Mobility Business Developer
Eneco

Domitille ALOZY

Project coordinator
BienVEnu

Strategy Manager
Energy Technologies Institute

Bianca Barth

Policy Director
bne – Association of Energy Market Innovators

Panel: Battery in The Car or Battery in The Home?

To be announced

Moderator: 

Senan McGrath

Chief Technology Officer
ESB eCars
 
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