Smart consumers and smart buildings: the active role of buildings in a transforming energy system
EUSEW 2016 conference organised by BPIE
Through this event we aim to inform and enable decision makers, industry and innovators on the role buildings could play in an interactive integration with the energy system, and how the building’s user and owner can be part of this transformation.
As part of a multi-stakeholder approach, a wide range of actors will gather to reassess the role that buildings could play in the new decentralised, renewable, interconnected and variable energy system. A special focus will be given to key trends driving the change, the appropriate innovative solutions and the enabling measures needed to unlock this transition to smart buildings.
The programme will feature interventions from demand response aggregators, innovative policy initiatives, industry, consumer organisations and more. Ample time will be given in order to discuss topics such as:
- What role can buildings have in this changing energy system?
- What solutions are available in order to unlock the potential of buildings as they take up this new central role?
- What are the levers at our disposal that could unleash a systemic innovation in the field?
- How would this transformation impact the buildings’ value chain?
Please download the draft agenda below. Registration is compulsory through the EUSEW website.
Please create a profile on the EUSEW website and specifically register to our event. You will be able to pick up your badges on-site at the registration desk. Joins us at 3.30pm to make sure you have time for the registration procedure and to reserve your seat.
Timing & Venue
From 4pm to 5.30pm
Résidence Palace, Salle Passage
Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Bruxelles