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05/06/2018
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RSE research partner at Electrify Europe

RSE research partner at Electrify Europe

Electrify Europe – Vienna, 19-21 June 2018 – is the world’s first event dedicated to the convergence underway between the power generation and transmission & distribution sectors, driven by digitalization, decarbonization, decentralization and electrification.

RSE has collaborated with Electrify Europe, building on the enviable reputation for conference quality of POWER-GEN and DistribuTECH, with the aim to provide more innovative, forward-thinking information on the latest technologies, trends and market developments.

The programme features three information-packed days of conference sessions, show floor presentations, scene setting, Keynote sessions and a lively plenary session.

Electrify Europe’s multi-track conference programme is designed to create a strong narrative on the contemporary and anticipated developments and trends in the fast-integrating power industry as it experiences its digital transformation. Electrify Europe provides the lens through which to examine the power sector’s rapidly expanding ecosystem in which economic ideas, technical solutions and political visions co-exist, co-operate, collaborate, and co-create to take the electricity industry in Europe into a new, exciting future.

http://www.electrify-europe.com/en_GB/index.html

You will meet RSE officials in the following sessions of the Conference

• Stefano Besseghini - President and CEO - RSE SpA - Session Chair Tuesday, Arena 4: What Happens When eMobility Goes Mainstream ? Session 1.8: Charging Forward: Exploring the Opportunity of the eMobility/energy nexus - Panel - June 19, 2:00 PM-3:30 PM 

Giovanna Dondossola - Leading Scientist - RSE “What Operators and Vendors can Learn from Energy Cyber Security Research Programs” Arena 2, Session 1: Cybersecurity: What you need to Know and Do - June 19, 2:00 PM-3:30 PM

Silvia Canevese - Senior Researcher - RSE “Demand response in Italy: first stage in the ancillary service market and a case study” Arena 3, Session 5.7: Achieving the Right Regulatory Environment - June 20, 4:00 PM-5:30 PM

Diana Moneta - Head of research group “Active distribution networks and demand side management” - RSE “Prosumers & batteries: technical and economic figures from field experiences and real data” Arena 3, Session 6.7: Importance of DSR in TSOs Grid Planning - June 21, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM 

• Stefano Marchionna - Senior Researcher- Materials for energy team - RSE “MXenes for the future of electrochemical storage” Arena 1, Session 6.5: Next-generation Storage: Where is R&D Taking Us? - June 21, 11:00 AM 12:30 PM

• Luigi Mazzocchi - Director, Materials and Generation Technologies Department - RSE Track 4, Session 1.4: Managing our Generation Legacy - Panel - June 19, 2:00 PM 3:30 PM Arena 3, Session 1.7: DSR Overview- Panel - June 19, 11:00 AM 12:30 PM

● Luciano Martini – Director, Transmission and Distribution Technologies
Department - RSE Special session on “Mission Innovation and the decarbonisation of the power sector by clean Energy Innovation” 20 June 2018 (11-12:30 + 14:30-16)

● Federico Cernuschi – Head of research group,  RSE Special session on Mission Innovation and the decarbonisation of the power sector by clean Energy Innovation   “Activity and main achievements from IC#6 on clean energy materials” 20 June 2018 (14:10-14:30)    

Mission Innovation (MI) is a global initiative that currently involves 22 countries and the European Union to dramatically accelerate global clean energy innovation. As part of the initiative, participating countries have committed to seek to double their governments’ clean energy R&D investments over five years, while encouraging greater levels of private sector investment in transformative clean energy technologies. The workshop will provide the participants with the opportunity to get updated information about the present status of MI and its future steps. Initial main achievements and ongoing activity for two specific Innovation Challenges - Smart grids and Clean Energy Materials – will be presented and discussed. Moreover, the MI approach strongly based on the country’s government commitment and the needed industry involvement in order to promote technology advances, will be discussed during a roundtable focusing on smart grids, involving international panellists from different energy sectors and the audience to collect useful feedback to shaping the future activity.