Join us for a conference focusing on the latest advances of green digitalization within energy.
The conference programme includes a range of Danish and international presentations focusing on the present state and future potential of green digitalization – data collection, management and analysis to flexibility and balance of the energy system to the benefit of consumers, DSOs, TSOs, etc. – and, most of all, to the benefit of the environment.
The conferences will only be carried through with in-person attendance if this is justifiable with regards to current conditions regarding COVID-19. Participants are responsible for keeping up-to-date with the current situation/restrictions, and the organizers are in no way liable for any expenses for transport, accommodation etc. if the conference is transformed to a 100% virtual event.
No-show fee (in-person attendance)
Please note that in case of cancellation of your in-person attendance later than Friday 6 November at 12 noon, you will be subject to a no-show fee of DKK 400+VAT.
|09:00AM||Networking and breakfast by FED|
|08:30AM||WELCOME AND PROGRAM by Anders Høeg Nissen, Moderator|
|08:50AM||Keynote: Energy Systems Integration, Global Power Systems Transformation by Mark O'Malley, Professor of Electrical Engineering at University College Dublin|
|09:20AM||Keynote: Roadmap for achieving the 70 per cent 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction target in Denmark by Brian Vad Mathiesen, Professor at the Department of Planning at Aalborg University|
|09:50AM||Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|10:00AM||GOFLEX DOMS – Distribution Observability Management Systems by Francesco Fusco, Research Staff Member at IBM Research - Ireland|
|10:30AM||Distribution Network Characterisation: Visibility and Operation by Andrew Keane, Director of Energy Institute at University College Dublin|
|11:00AM||Coffee break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|11:10AM||Inspirational cases: Impact of Energy Communities on Distribution Grids & Opportunity: Flexible control of wastewater treatment plants by Tilman Weckesser, Consultant, MSc Engineering, Ph.d. at Danish Energy and Peter Stentoft, business PhD. at Krüger A / S and Veolia Water Technologies|
|11:40AM||Market Flexibility for DSOs (Challenges and solutions) by Peter Hermans, DGA at Valcre BV|
|12:10AM||Lunch by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|01:00PM||Reshaping the energy system through Electrification, Decentralization & Digitalization by Anders Stouge, Deputy Director General of the Danish Energy Association|
|01:30PM||Energy Aware Buildings – Modelling, Analysis and Optimization using Model Checking and Machine Learning by Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Professor at the Department of Computer Science at Aalborg University|
|02.00PM||Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|02.10PM||Cities as front-runners in the green transition by Peter Rathje, CEO of ProjectZero|
|02:40AM||Digitalized District Heating and sectorial integration by Kim Behnke, Head of Development at the Danish District Heating Association|
|03:10PM||Coffee Break by CITIES, DiCyPS & FED|
|03:30PM||Data management and governance by Peter Hermans, DGA at Valcre BV|
|04:00PM||Integrated modelling, forecasting and control for the future low carbon society by Henrik Madsen, Professor at the Technical University of Denmark|
|04:30PM||Concluding remarks by Anders Høeg Nissen, Moderator|