time and place
Monday 15 November 2021, 15:30–16:45
What does the economic, regulatory and market situation look like for integrated energy systems in the EU? And which policies may facilitate the implementation of such systems?
Energy systems integration (ESI) has become a key concept in the EU’s energy transition and the European Green Deal. According to the European Commission, ESI refers to planning and operating the entire energy system by creating stronger links between energy carriers, infrastructures, and consumer sectors. Hopefully, this will result in positive synergies, thus offering a smarter and more climate-friendly energy system that is also more reliable and efficient. So far, however, only a small number of large-scale initiatives are capable of demonstrating how to move from vision to reality. Why is that?
In a new SNS report, researcher Carlo Cambini identifies potential obstacles for introducing ESI and suggests policies for going forward. At the seminar, his conclusions will then be commented on by Thomas Egebo, president and CEO Energinet, Alf Engqvist, CEO Göteborg Energi, and Emma Wiesner, member of the European Parliament for the Center Party.
The webbinar is organized within the framework of the SNS research project Energy systems of the future.
This meeting will be held English.
Carlo Cambini, professor of applied economics at the Polytechnic University of Turin/Politecnico di Torino
Thomas Egebo, President and CEO Energinet
Alf Engqvist, CEO Göteborg Energi
Emma Wiesner, member of the European Parliament for the Center Party and the Renew Europe Group
The discussion is chaired by Thérèse Lind, research director at SNS.
Registration and price
The webbinar is open to SNS members,* invited individuals and the press. The fee is SEK 495. VAT will be added and the fee will be invoiced. Register using one the above registration button.
We will send you an e-mail with your login information well in advance of the meeting. You can ask written questions during the meeting.