20-21 April 2010, Warsaw, Poland
One of the key issues for the implementation of smart metering is the state’s role in defining the framework of the implementation process.
- What will the implementation process look like?
- How to uniform technical solutions?
- What should be the functionality of the system?
- How to ensure data security and privacy?
- What will the position of the customer be?
The keynote session of Smart Metering Central and Eastern Europe, will give insights on the above mentioned issues.
The following presentations will be given by the Polish Parliament, the Polish Energy Regulatory Office, the European Standardization Organisations and ERGEG:
- Polish energy policy until 2030 – the role of smart metering
Andrzej CzerwiÅ„ski, Chairman, Standing Parliamentary Subcommittee on Energy, Poland
- The importance of smart metering for the polish energy sector
Mariusz Swora, President, URE, Poland
- Updates on smart metering preparation in Poland – where do we stand?
Tomasz Kowalak, Director of Tariffs Department, URE, Poland
- Answers to the EU standardization mandate on smart metering in Europe
Daniel Hec, Chairman Smart Meters Co-ordination Group, European Standardization Organizations – ESO
- Guidelines & good practice on regulatory aspects of smart metering
Marielle Liikanen, Chair Retail Market Functioning TF, ERGEG (invited)
Attend Smart Metering Central and Eastern Europe 2010 and discuss the way forward of smart metering in the CEE region.
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