Thursday, 27 October 2016
Energy Stream: Session I: Investments to Smart Energy & Innovations
13:00 - 14:15
Crowne Plaza, Bratislava
Smart energy and energy efficiency are the top priorities of the Juncker Commission in the area of energy policy. Innovative technologies and intelligent solutions are expected to help Europe in achieving reliable, nature-friendly and stable low-price energy supplies over the next decade. In order for smart energy to have required impact in the area of energy decarbonisation and efficiency-increase, its implementation in the construction and transport sectors are necessary. Automation in the form of internet of things, smart grids and digital plants are expected to cause a revolutionary modification of the sector rules. How do local businesses catch up with international modernization in the area of energy? Do they invest in developing sustainable and innovative smart energy products and services? And are their customers ready for implementation of these technologies?