Event moderator: Final ENERGISE Dissemination Workshop on Communications Infrastructure Strategies for Smart Grid Applications

Hasberg, K. S. (Consultant)

    Activity: Public/private sector consultancy and other employmentConsultancy


    ENERGISE is a research project of the EU Commission to do a cost/benefit analysis for smart grid infrastructure. The focus is on the core question: What should be the basis for the expansion of smart grids, independent proprietary communications networks of the electrical utilities or structures shared by the energy and telecommunications sectors? Find out more:

    The final workshop of ENERGISE took place in Brussels on 16th and 17th of March 2017. With more than 100 attendees, it had the highest participation of all four ENERGISE workshops. The registration for participants had to be closed in advance due to the limited number of available places. Registrations came from 23 European countries. Given the venue and the location of the project team most participants came from Belgium and Germany. Eight external speakers contributed next to the members of the ENERGISE team to lively discussions. This workshop was mainly used to present the results of ENERGISE to the community and to introduce the ICT decision support tool. The main objectives for the final workshop were to:
    Period16 Mar 201717 Mar 2017
    Event titleENERGISE: ICT-based ENERgy Grid Implementation – Smart and Efficient: Final Workshop
    Event typeConference
    LocationBruxelles, Belgium
    Degree of RecognitionInternational


    • smart grids
    • communication systems
    • energy systems
    • telecommunications
    • utilities
    • communications networks
    • energy transition
    • decentralization
    • infrastructure