Scandinavia – a hotbed of smart grid innovation


Scandinavia is a hotbed of innovative smart grid projects, the result of groundbreaking partnerships between energy companies, technology providers and energy experts. As the concept of smart energy continues to evolve, the traditional approach to centralised energy production and consumption is constantly challenged. Smart grid projects have taken on a crucial role in furthering developments, via testing both the latest technology and innovation, and their environmental and commercial feasibility.

We have sourced the most innovative Scandinavian smart projects, whose scope and vision trespass traditional energy boundaries:

  • Martin Andersen, Project Leader, Kalundborg Smart City, Denmark will explore the project findings and the relationship between energy production mix and consumption patterns. Learn how intelligent demand and supply can lead to greater efficiency and sustainability
  • Johan Soderbom, Lead, Smart Grid Gotland Project, Sweden will present on the full smart grid integration: high ratio of renewables, e-mobility and home energy management. Essential to understanding the interdependence of the full smart energy mix
  • Poul Brath, Strategic Innovation Specialist DONG Energy, Denmark brings the consumer to the centre of flexible consumption through the e-flex project. Find out about consumer motivations to change consumption patterns via dynamic pricing and demand response

Benefit from these pioneering projects and the many opportunities to discuss them with 250+ of your peers. Find out who has already signed up and connect with them at Smart Utilities Scandinavia (20-21 March, Copenhagen, Denmark).

You only have one week left to register at our discounted rate and SAVE €300. Do not wait and book your seat today!

I look forward to inspiring talks by Scandinavia’s best and meeting you in Copenhagen!

Kind regards,

Aida Mezit
Conference Manager
Phone: +31 346 290 814

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