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Efficiency - Made in Germany: Technical Delegation on Efficient Electricity Grids to Germany
The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Montreal is organizing a technical delegation on 'Efficient Electricity Grids - Energy Storage, Smart Grids, Feed-in of Renewable Energies' for Canadian decision makers from the energy sector to Germany. Within the framework of the partnership program "Efficiency - Made in Germany" of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, Canadian executives are invited to participate in the fact-finding trip from September 10 – 14, 2012. For more information please contact Alexandra Bogensperger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be part of the Technical Delegation on Efficient Electricity Grids to Germany.
The five days delegation trip is intended for all parties interested in learning more about state of the art German technologies in the field of energy storage, smart grids and the feed-in of renewable energies. The target groups are Canadian executives from utilities, system operators, energy boards as well as representatives from administration, government, research institutes and energy industry associations.
By participating in the fact-finding trip you will visit pilot projects, research institutes and industry players. The main goal of the technical delegation is to enable an increased know-how transfer between Canadian and German experts engaged with the transformation of the electrical systems and to showcase selected German reference projects.
Benefit from German experience with renewable energies and their impact on electricity grids.
Exchange experiences with German professionals on the implementation of smart grids.
Explore the role of energy storage within future electrical systems.
The fact-finding trip will start with a briefing session on framework-conditions for efficient electricity grids in Germany: the role of smart grids and the impact of the German ‘Energiewende’ (energy transition: phasing out of nuclear energy by 2020 and increase in renewable energies) on grid stability, grid expansion and energy storage. On the following days reference projects, research institutes, companies and examples of applications will be visited in several German cities. To view the program please click here.
Last Updated: Friday, August 03, 2012 at 12:30:05 PM
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