The Summit

T&D - The Intelligent Grid

In our attempt to define and learn how to operate best the Intelligent Grid, we need to take the following factors into consideration: The imminent regulatory reform, the relationship between Utilities and the pro(con)sumers, as well as the safety of the Grid. Only then we shall perhaps get a glimpse of how the future will look like for the Intelligent Grid.  

Tue 15 Nov
14:00 to 14:10
Speakers: 

Secretary General
European Federation of Local Energy Companies (CEDEC)

Session Introduction - The Energy System We Want

The imminent regulatory reform is aiming to homogenize fragmented national policies and meet the near and long term expectations for the European Market. How does this reform impact the utility business model, the changing role of distribution and transmission operators and does it bring new opportunities ahead?

Tue 15 Nov
14:10 to 14:30
Speakers: 

Senior Manager
Accenture

The Energy System We Have

  • Where we are now
  • Pros and Cons of the system
  • What is expected from a regulatory framework 

 

Tue 15 Nov
14:30 to 14:50
Speakers: 

CTO
Stedin

The TSO & DSO Interdependency

  •  the challenges of acting as one system with independent actions
  •  Response to the EU commission package from a Dutch Utility
  • - European activities on TSO-DSO data management
  • - How to unlock demand side flexibility
  • - Coherence between congestion management & balancing
  • - Building collaboration between TSOs & DSOs
Tue 15 Nov
14:50 to 15:10
Speakers: 

Executive Director Global Smart Grid Federation
CEO Energyville

Implementing European Policies

  • Between European and local authorities
  • Difficulties in implementing rules and regulations
  • Solutions 

 

Tue 15 Nov
15:10 to 15:30
Speakers: 

Deputy CEO of ENEDIS and Vice President of EDSO
ENEDIS / EDSO

Regulations from a French Utility’s Point of View

  • DSOs are at the heart of the European energy transition
  • DSOs have now extended responsibilities for the empowerment of consumers, local governments and the electrical system
  • Therefore the European regulation must evolve accordingly to support DSOs’ extended responsibilities 
Tue 15 Nov
15:30 to 16:00

Afternoon Coffee Break

Tue 15 Nov
16:00 to 16:20
Speakers: 

Director of Regulation Department and Electricity and Gas Market Unit
AEEGSI

The Italian Regulatory Model

  • Status update 
  • What differentiates it from other European models
  • Difficulties in implementing EU rules and regulations 
Tue 15 Nov
16:20 to 16:40
Speakers: 

CEO
WSW Netz

The DSO 2.0 in the German Energy System

  • Why DSOs need to develop to active system managers - the German “Energiewende” (energy transition) and its impact on the grids
  • Challenges and Opportunities for DSOs - system services in decentralized structures
  • Local energy services play a key role - why Municipal Utilities, local DSOs and the energy transition are compatible
Tue 15 Nov
16:40 to 17:30
Speakers: 

Deputy CEO of ENEDIS and Vice President of EDSO
ENEDIS / EDSO

Executive Director Global Smart Grid Federation
CEO Energyville

Director of Regulation Department and Electricity and Gas Market Unit
AEEGSI

CTO
Stedin

Deputy Permanent Secretary
Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate & Vice-Chair of the Governing Board of the International Energy Agency

CEO
WSW Netz

Panel: European Policy and Regulations

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Moderator: 

Secretary General
European Federation of Local Energy Companies (CEDEC)
Wed 16 Nov
09:00 to 09:10
Speakers: 

Vice President
T&D Europe

Session Introduction - Operating the Grid of the Future

From Innovation to operation, the focus of the industry stands on what kind of technology is needed and on the success cases from various utilities. What are the issues the energy sector face and what are the challenges in implementing new technologies?

Wed 16 Nov
09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

Senior Consultant
Enedis

ENEDIS Roadmap to Industrialize New Solutions to Operate the Grid

  • The context in France and a global approach to develop innovative solutions 
  • ENEDIS roadmap to industrialise a first set of innovation in 2018
  • Key success factors to transform innovation into operation 
Wed 16 Nov
09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Vice CEO
RTE

T&D Utilities, Implementing a Successful Asset Investment Planning Strategy

  • Definition of systemic asset investment planning and why it answers to utility’s needs when comparing different maintenance and investment options.
  • Perspectives, best practices and concrete tips to help attendees start the implementation of a successful systemic asset investment planning strategy.
  • Present a case study on the French transmission network detailing a concrete application.
Wed 16 Nov
09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Friends of the SuperGrid

Challenges in Operating the Grid of the Future

  • Pros and Cons of the integration of renewables
Wed 16 Nov
10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Vice President Energy Policy
T&D Europe

The Value of Experience for Managing the Energy Revolution

  • Why is the world of electricity in a period of disruptive change?
  • Expectations from the past and today's reality
  • Learnings for the future
Wed 16 Nov
10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov
11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

Innovation Manager
Alliander

First Public direct current (DC) grid from a DSO

  • Why it  is important to explore public DC grids now
  • What is coming along when realising a new kind of public grid service
  • Who is involved testing and realising the DC grid
Wed 16 Nov
11:20 to 11:40
Speakers: 

Project Manager iWIDGET
Dissemination Leader WIDEST

Smart water and the energy grid

  •         Smart city: Links between smart water and smart energy/energy grid  
  •         Smart water and energy for water utilities and consumers: The benefits
  •         Challenges and barriers
  •         Strategic roadmap at EC level.

 

Wed 16 Nov
11:40 to 12:30
Speakers: 

Senior Consultant
Enedis

Vice President Energy Policy
T&D Europe

Vice CEO
RTE

Project Manager iWIDGET
Dissemination Leader WIDEST

Panel: How to Better Operate the Grid of the Future

  • Which are the tools for the better operation of the Grid
  • What kind of risks are we going to face
Moderator: 

Vice President
T&D Europe
Wed 16 Nov
14:00 to 14:10
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Privacy & Security Advisor
Alliander

Session Introduction - Safety of the Grid

With the help of a smart Grid, Utilities will be able to detect, to approach and in the end to solve any threat man or nature might present us with. How safe is the Grid's infrastructure and how good is the quality of our energy? 

Wed 16 Nov
14:10 to 14:30
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Information Systems Officer
EDP Distribuição

Leveraging Cyber Resilience in EDP Distribuição's Smart Grid with the SEGRID Project

  • The role of the Grid operator in the hyperconnected world
  • SEGRID

 

Wed 16 Nov
14:30 to 14:50
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Privacy & Security Advisor
Alliander

Enhancement of cyber resilience and preparedness through collaboration and sharing

  • Trust is key
  • Value of sharing
  • Which sensitive information to share
  • European Energy-ISAC
  • Information Sharing Platform
  • Situational Awareness

 

Wed 16 Nov
14:50 to 15:10
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Head of Unit - Secure Infrastructures and Services
ENISA

Cyber Security of the Energy Sector - ENISA's approach

  • Status of the energy sector
  • Challenges and gaps
  • Current EU policy agenda - NIS Directive and how it affects the energy sectors
  • Good practices for improving the security of the energy sector

 

Wed 16 Nov
15:10 to 15:30
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Chairman
Smart Meters Coordination Group

Public and private partnership in certification

  • The role of the Smart Meter in the resilience of the Smart Grid
  • How EU member states deal with Smart Metering security
  • How to come to a European approach in order to get better control on security by certification of products
  • The public-private partnership for cybersecurity industrial research and innovation as a vehicle to introduce Smart Grid security certification
Wed 16 Nov
15:30 to 16:00

Afternoon Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov
16:00 to 16:20
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Head of Technical Sales
Siemens AG

The Strategic Role of Information Technology in Grid Resilience

  • How loading/voltage band problems in distribution grids imposed by renewable generation can be automatically reduced in real-.time
  • How SCADA/DMS and Meter Data Management interact for faster detection of outages, faster restoration, and more accurate distribution grid analysis
  • How advanced visualization technologies support faster problem area identification by the operator.
Wed 16 Nov
16:20 to 16:40
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Director of Consulting Services
European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS)

The Energy Cyber Security Situation – a vision from the Ukraine incident to the future

  • Cyber-security lessons learned from the Ukraine incident
  • Assessment of the changing treat landscape of the energy sector
  • Strategic recommendations for utilities to build a Cyber Security Capability
Wed 16 Nov
16:40 to 17:30
Presented In: 
Speakers: 

Privacy & Security Advisor
Alliander

Director of Consulting Services
European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS)

Managing Director
European Smart Metering Industry Group (ESMIG)

Information Systems Officer
EDP Distribuição

Head of Unit - Secure Infrastructures and Services
ENISA

Panel: (Cyber)Resilience

  • How to confront man made threats to the Grid
  • How to confront nature made threats to the Grid
  • Solutions
Moderator: 

Privacy & Security Advisor
Alliander
Thu 17 Nov
09:00 to 09:10
Speakers: 

Project Manager System Operations-System Services
TenneT TSO

Session Introduction - Enabling the Smart Consumer

Individuals and big corporations are redefining the relationship with their energy suppliers, while important trends are shaping this transformation, drawing on case studies and innovation. Does this relationship fundamentally rewrite the definition of the energy retailer and does it bring new market opportunities?

Thu 17 Nov
09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

Member of Markets Committee and Working Group on Retail Market Design
EURELECTRIC

The consumer in the driving seat – improving the journey?

  •           How to improve the consumer experience?
  •           The regulatory barriers to overcome to provide it
  •           Key challenges of the energy industry in the future
Thu 17 Nov
09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Head of Innovation and Strategy
ELIA

Making The Energy Transition Happen

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Thu 17 Nov
09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Inigo Larumbe Cabanas

Head of Global Metering Technical Office
IBERDROLA Network group

Strategizing for Success

  • Success stories from a DSO's point of view
  • Lessons learned
  • A glimpse into the future
Thu 17 Nov
10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Co-founder
Hola Luz

A Sustainable World is Possible

  • Creation of a forward thinking customer’s centric electricity company from scratch
  • Honesty, innovation, customer focus and respect for the planet. Values lead to value.
Thu 17 Nov
10:30 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Thu 17 Nov
11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

Senior Project Manager
USEF

Senior Project Manager
USEF

The Seven Complexities of Effective Aggregation

  • Starting points for effective harmonisation
  • Issues to deal with
  • Challenges and Opportunities  

 

Thu 17 Nov
11:20 to 12:30
Speakers: 

Senior Manager Corporate Affairs
innogy SE

Pieter-Jan Mermans

Co-CEO
REstore

Andreas Flamm

Member Board of Directors
SEDC

Poul Brath

Lead Strategy Advisor
Dong Energy

Senior Advisor Regulatory Affairs
Alliander

Ulrik Stougaard Kiil

Senior Project Manager
Energinet

Head of Downstream Regulation and Market Design, Corporate Strategy
Engie

Panel: All About the Aggregator

  • Defining the role of the Aggregator
  • Problems raised and problems solved by the Aggregators
  • Policy and regulation regarding the Aggregators

 

Moderator: 

Project Manager System Operations-System Services
TenneT TSO
 
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