A high-Level Panel Conference on the implementation of Smart Grids organised by EEF Members ESMIG and EDSO for Smart Grids on 26 June will discuss on the results of the Meter-ON project, which collects the most successful experiences in the field.
According to the Smart Meters Industry Group, the reconfiguration of the European electricity grid into a “smart grid” may help the EU meet the 20-20-20 targets.“Smart metering combined with direct consumer feedback has been shown to increase energy efficiency by 5-15%, and in some cases up to 20%.” Within this context the conference, which is taking place in the framework of the Sustainable Energy Week, will focus on the status of implementation of smart metering in Europe.
The event will be driven by the Meter-ON project, financed by the Seventh European Framework Program (FP7). The project aims at steering the implementation of smart metering solutions in Europe by. On the basis of the lessons learned, Meter-ON will provide to any involved stakeholder recommendations on how to tackle the technical barriers and the regulatory obstacles for the implementation of smart metering solutions.
Registration to the conference is open until 19 June via this link:http://goo.gl/sIZSI
Venue: Rue de la Loi 170; Charlemagne building, Mansholt Room.
EDSO for Smart Grids is representing leading Distribution System Operators cooperating to bring Smart Grids from vision to reality.
The European Smart Metering Industry Group (ESMIG) is the European industry association that provides knowledge and expertise on Smart Metering and related communications at a European level. ESMIG's members are the leading companies in the European Smart Metering Market: meter manufacturers, IT companies, communications product and service providers, home energy management product and service providers and system integrators.