03.06.2019 - 06.06.2019

CIRED Madrid 2019 [Madrid, Spain]

CIRED, a Forum for the Electricity Distribution Community, holds its major International Electricity Conference & Exhibition every two years in different venues in Europe with a worldwide perspective and participation. The 2019 event will take place in Madrid. Participation in CIRED 2019 offers an opportunity to meet with up to 1500 experts and benefits from face-to-face interaction with key decision leaders in the field of Electricity Distribution.
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04.06.2019 - 07.06.2019

Cigré Symposium 2019 [Aalborg, Denmark]

The aim of the 2019 CIGRÉ International Symposium is to provide a forum for recent research results and system operations experience related to the rapid transformation and challenges imposed on networks and markets by increased amounts of renewables in the energy mix. PROMOTioN will contribute to the conference with poster sessions and presentations.
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17.06.2019 - 20.06.2019

Wind Energy Science Conference

The vision for WESC is to provide a multi-disciplinary open forum for discussion where delegates can explore the latest developments in wind energy science, spot emerging trends and identify future collaborators. With this vision in mind, the WESC 2019 technical program has been specifically designed with 8 diverse and cross-cutting themes in order to attract a broad range of scientist and engineers working in wind energy. Coupled with an exciting social program, we are confident that WESC 2019 will break down some silos and promote a collaborative multi-disciplinary approach to wind energy science. PROMOTioN will contribute to the conference with hosting a mini-symposium. Stay tuned on the program!
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25.08.2019 - 28.08.2019

16th IAEE European Conference

Energy markets are becoming increasingly complex. Over the past decades, we have witnessed tremendous changes in the industry’s fundamentals induced by policy and technological advancement, which required redesigning of markets. Climate policies aimed at decarbonisation extensively contributed to the changed energy mix. Recent shifts in geopolitical relations with the EU partners additionally add to the industry’s complexity and uncertainty. The EU energy policy in the next decade continues to be directed towards achieving competitive, secure and sustainable energy system, which calls for huge investments in infrastructure and low-carbon technology with increased involvement of private capital.
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