Are you interested in what EU funding possibilities are availabe in the field of smart energy systems and smart cities related to the EU Green Deal package?
If so, this event on the 14th of September will give you insight in what EU funding possibilities that are available and giving you and your organisation the opportunity to network with other organisations with the same interest.
This workshop is directed towards organisations from triple helix (public, private, academia) that are interested in the fields of urban smart energy systems and smart electricity grid. In the long run the workshop aims to put relevant stakeholders in contact with each other to create new networks and possible future project consortiums.
During the first part of the workshop EU Funding possibilities in the field of flexible energy systems will be presented, and researchers will give academic presentations connected to the theme. Further, challenge owners will present their challenges and possible project ideas to the audience, followed by networking activities to start project development processes.
Introduction, Niels Roest — Project coordinator Greater Copenhagen Green Deal
EU funding possibilites Green Deal package — smart cities and smart energy systems
The Swedish Energy System, Jenny Palm, Professor Lunds University
The Danish Energy System, Henrik Madsen, Professor DTU
Presentation of challenges
– ON — Challenge of the energy transition on a local level
– City of Copenhagen — Challenges towards becoming a smart energy city
– walking workshop, stakeholders can talk with challenge owners
(and opportunity for participants online to ask questions to the challenge owners and provide contact information for further conversation)
14.50-15.00 Sum up
Moderator: Per-Johan Wik, project manager Sustainable Business Hub
The workshop will be possible to attend physically in Malmo, maximum 30 attendees, and online by Zoom-meeting.
(Link will be sent out one day before the event!)