Smart Energy

Smart Energy

This lunch debate in collaboration with the European Internet Forum will explore the synergies between ICT and Energy, two leading sectors. It will look into concrete examples how the use of ICT in the energy sector can become an important tool to improve the conditions in which energy is produced, traded, transmitted, distributed and consumed.

The EU has set clear efficiency targets that can be met with the help of ICT.

For example, ICT connects energy supply to current demand and ensures that electricity will be consumed at the right time and at the right place. ICT helps make networks more efficient: distributed and variable power generation is better managed through smart grids. Predictive analytics contribute to forecast supply and demand and help improving maintenance and repair.

We look forward to the participation of EEF members in the discussion.

Tip of the day
Check your out of hours energy consumption by taking a meter reading at the end of the day and in the morning. The difference is the amount of electricity wasted EVERY day. Now hunt down as many things as possible to bring this closer to zero.

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