Road to Net Zero: Standards for the All Electric Society
Policymakers and industry as well as experts
Brussels and online
Electricity plays a key role to achieve climate neutrality and the Green Deal objectives. Today, with the Industry 4.0 and new forms of mobility, infrastructure, energy storage, and smart buildings, we are facing the largest electrification effort since the introduction of the electrical grid over 130 years ago. However, what does it mean for products and systems to generate, store, and use 100% carbon-free electricity and how can we absorb the consequences of this expansion?
CEN and CENELEC, together with DKE, are hosting this hybrid stakeholders’ workshop to discuss:
- What is the current European landscape of the All Electric Society?
- How can European, consensus-oriented processes contribute to a broader acceptance of the All Electric Society?
- Why are interoperable solutions and technical concepts essential to meet societal objectives such as decarbonization and greater energy independence?
- Where can standardization support political initiatives such as the Digital Product Passport, the Data Spaces, Smart contracts and the Net-Zero Industry Act?
In cooperation with CEN and CENELEC
For registration please klick on: cvent.me/nwG9aR
In-person attendance is limited and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Once full capacity is reached, a waitlist will be made available. Online registrations will remain open until 4 December.
The programme is available for download above. Stay tuned for more programme updates and speakers’ line-up: keep an eye on the CEN CENELEC event website and follow #Standards4AES.
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