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Milan Enlit Europe 2020

The Grids Hub is dedicated to:

  • System Operators and the challenges they are facing in the Energy Sector today
  • all the elements having an impact on the grid:
    • Cross-sector integration;
    • Climate resilience;
    • e-mobility as a tool for balancing;
    • digitalisation;
    • flexibility and congestion management
    • the infrastructure which is a bottleneck in the energy transition.
  • the actors of the distributed energy networks (operators to consumers)
  • how TSO-DSO can coordinate to procure grid services in the most reliable and efficient way
  • the readiness of the grid
  • future-proof technological investments
  • and reducing integration costs for regulators and utility executives alike.
Hub Sessions at Enlit Europe: Grids

A smarter, more active and more digital electrical grid is a pre-requisite for the success of the energy transition, but which new technologies will help elevate the Grid?

The most advanced companies will not be shy to share their expertise on this Hub.

The future smart grid that we need must be able to accommodate all the use cases that emerge over time with the least amount of effort in terms of time and money.

We will explore in this Hub the best cases that Europe has to offer today.

Overall, we will look at various approaches for future-proofing the grid, ensuring the supply of affordable, clean energy.

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Diamond Partner

  • Siemens


Silver Partners

  • LoRa Alliance
  • Meters & More
  • Nodes
  • Prime Alliance
  • Solar turbines


Global Knowledge Partner

  • Enel Foundation



  • Bureau Veritas
  • Critical Software
  • Inea
  • Minsait, an Indra Company
  • N-Side
  • NXP
  • Pietro Fiorentini
  • Schneider Electric
  • Sféra
  • Sumitomo
  • Uniper
  • Valmet Technologies


Utility Partners

  • GRDF
  • RTE


Initiate Sponsors

  • EIT InnoEnergy
  • Enel Innovation Hubs
  • McKinsey Energy Insights
  • Smart Innovation Norway
  • The GC Index
  • TU Berlin