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Program Smart Grids Week Salzburg 2013

All workshops take place in the Salzburg AG, Bayerhamerstraße 16, 5020 Salzburg Austria. The participation is free of charge. The workshop leaders will invite a limited number of participants to each workshop. Kindly register directly online and you will receive feedback.

May 13th, 2013, Monday: Workshops (Salzburg AG)

  • 9:00-17:15
    ISGAN Annex 6 Workshop: Interaction of Power Transmission and Distribution in the Smart Grid

    In which way will the upcoming innovation technologies for the distribution grids alter the interaction between distribution and transportation grid? Are the concepts of the local facilitators compatible with the optimization strategies of the transnational trading schemes? IEA “International Smart Grid Action Network” - Annex 6 on “Power Transmission and Distribution System” is addressing this challenge. Aim of the workshop is to discuss the future interaction of distribution and transmission network interconnection requirements, controls and grid policies.

    The workshop addresses experts and delegates of the ISGAN partner countries.

    Chair:

    Helfried Brunner, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
    Tel.: +43 (50) 550-6382
    E-Mail: Helfried.Brunner@ait.ac.at

    Publication:

  • 12:00-18:00
    8th Smart Grid Stakeholder Group Meeting

    The Smart Grid Stakeholder Group (SGSG) has been established to create a liaison between European industry organisations involved in the evolution and roll out of Smart Grids.

    The SGSG is open to all industry organisations who have or who intend to have an involvement in the research, development and deployment of ICT based future energy systems.

    We would like to discuss with you the future organization of the SGSG, its relation to other Smart Grid activities in Europe and worldwide and present upcoming research opportunities.

    Chair:

    Dr. Kolja Eger, Siemens AG
    Tel.: +49 (89) 636 - 42215
    E-Mail: kolja.eger@siemens.com

    Ludwig Karg, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH
    Tel.: +49 (89) 18935 - 200
    E-Mail: L.Karg@baumgroup.de

    Publication:

May 14th, 2013, Tuesday: Workshops (Salzburg AG)

  • 10.00-12:30
    Smart Grids D-A-CH Task Forces

    As part of the smart grid D-A-CH cooperation taskforces and key-players of the smart grids community come together to present what has been achieved and to discuss the future direction of the joint work, which is required along the road in the energy transition process.

    Chair:

    Albrecht Reuter, FICHTNER IT CONSULTING AG
    Tel.: +49 (177) 899 7964
    E-Mail: Albrecht.Reuter@FIT.Fichtner.de

  • 10:00-12:30
    Smart Grids ERA-NET Event No. 2: „Smart Grids for Smart Cities“ (Part I)

    In the framework of ERA-Net Smart Grids a series of workshops have been performed with selected stakeholders and programme managers of national programs in Europe. They elaborate joint transnational research programmes for smart grids. Especially the “ERA-Net Plus” call is going to be prepared. In this workshop the role of smart grids for the implementation of smart cities will be discussed, future research areas defined and research questions identified. The role of smart grids for the implementation in smart cities is subject of this workshop. The research area will be defined and concrete open research questions will be identified. This event is targeted to experts from smart grids and smart cities R&D and demonstration projects as well as policy makers and program managers of national funding programs.

    Chair:

    Robert Hinterberger, NEW ENERGY Capital Invest GmbH
    Tel.: +43 (1) 33 23560-3060
    E-Mail: Robert.Hinterberger@energyinvest.at

  • 12:30-13:15
    Information Workshop: Possibilities for Promoting Trans-National Projects

    Recently strong R&D initiatives were developed in some European countries. These are already in a position to demonstrate interesting results and they might contribute substantially to the pan-European development. In a next step the cooperation of these initiatives and projects might help to learn from each other’s experiences and to join forces to further develop the projects. Funding options are available on EU as well as on national levels for transnational projects. These funding mechanisms will be presented, their time frame will be explained and the links to the most concrete calls will be communicated.

    Chair:

    Michael Hübner, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie (bmvit)
    Tel.: +43 (1) 71162-652922
    E-Mail: Michael.HUEBNER@bmvit.gv.at

  • 13:15-14:00 Lunch

  • 14:00-16.30
    Workshop: “Secure Smart Grids – Learn From Each Other”

    This workshop is the third in the series of security meetings. The first meeting took place in the context of Smart Grids Week Bregenz 2012. On January 29th, 2013 the Austrian players met for a round-table "Secure Smart Grid Architecture" in the premises of the Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology in Vienna.The objective is to bring together the various players of the industry, the energy economy and the public sector.

    The workshop will be used to compare the experiences of the D-A-CH countries and to consider the next joint steps.

    Chair:

    Albrecht Reuter, FICHTNER IT CONSULTING AG
    Tel.: +49 (177) 899 7964
    E-Mail: Albrecht.Reuter@FIT.Fichtner.de

  • 14:00-19:00
    Smart Grids ERA-NET Event No. 2: „Smart Grids for Smart Cities“ (Part II)

    In the framework of ERA-Net Smart Grids a series of workshops have been performed with selected stakeholders and programme managers of national programs in Europe. They elaborate joint transnational research programmes for smart grids. Especially the “ERA-Net Plus” call is going to be prepared.  In this workshop the role of smart grids for the implementation of smart cities will be discussed, future research areas defined and research questions identified. The role of smart grids for the implementation in smart cities is subject of this workshop. The research area will be defined and concrete open research questions will be identified. This event is targeted to experts from smart grids and smart cities R&D and demonstration projects as well as policy makers and program managers of national funding programs.

    Chair:

    Robert Hinterberger, NEW ENERGY Capital Invest GmbH
    Tel.: +43 (1) 33 23560-3060
    E-Mail: Robert.Hinterberger@energyinvest.at

  • 19:00
    Welcome Evening Event at Schloss Leopoldskron

    The Smart Grids Model Region Salzburg invites the participants of the workshops and of the conference to take part in a festive dinner. The tickets for the evening dinner are limited. We kindly ask for your early registration.

May 15th to 17th, 2013 Wednesday - Friday:

  • International Conference (Congress Salzburg)

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