Date

28 November 2019

Location

Vaba Lava, Telliskivi 60a-9, Tallinn, Estonia

Speakers

25 Professionals & Experts

Event Organisers

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Ministry of Economic Affairs of Estonia, the Estonian transmission system operator Elering and the French transmission system operator RTE are delighted to invite you to our Energy Data Access Conference taking place on Thursday, 28 November 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia.

The conference is a follow-up to previous events ‘Where Digital Meets Energy’ (September 2017, Tallinn) and ‘Energy & Digitalisation’ (January 2019, Paris).

UNDER DISCUSSION

Clean, affordable and secure energy for all Europeans depends on competitive and integrated energy markets. Today, Europe’s energy retail and services markets are highly fragmented by region and by country, owing to differences in regulation and data access.

People are at the heart of the energy transition. The Tallinn Energy Data Access conference is about empowering consumers to benefit from a wide range of energy services. One key obstacle for today’s energy service providers is the inaccessibility of consumer meter data in most European countries. The conference addresses this challenge from the point of view of regulation, standardisation and interoperability.

Consumers should have the ability to freely choose their energy retailer and obtain the best energy efficiency, flexibility or renewable energy financing solutions for their home or business. What are the tools that need to be set up to enable this? What regulations are needed to drive the energy transition, enable free movement of data and empower people?

The conference has been organised as a practical follow-up to the Tallinn e-Energy Declaration in the areas of energy data regulation, standardisation and interoperability. It will pave the way to achieving competitive and integrated energy markets in Europe.

The event will be moderated by Stephen Woodhouse.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Nicolas Richet, Chief Information Officer of ENTSO-E

 

Åsmund Jenssen, Partner at Thema Consulting Group

 

Laura Martinez Rodriguez, Manager I+D, Product Marketing at DEXMA Energy Intelligence

 

Kelsey Devine, Project Manager at Piclo Energy

 

Georg Rute, Digitalization Manager at Elering (Introduction of the aim and scope of the Energy Data Access Alliance)

 

Verhasselt Natalie, Market Operations Manager at Fluvius

 

José Manuel Sanz Candales, Datahub Project Manager at REE

 

Nicolas Richet, Chief Information Officer of ENTSO-E (panel)

 

Konrad Hanschmidt, CEO & Co-founder at GridIO

 

Mattijs van den Hoed, Vice President, Central Market Solutions at CGI

 

Kalle Kukk, Senior advisor of Elering, WP lead in EU-SysFlex

 

Valerie Reif, Research Associate at Florence School of Regulation

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Programme

Welcome coffee

Welcome speech: Tallinn e-Energy Declaration and Data Access

Keynote speech: EU Energy and Climate Goals and Actions

Keynote speech: Role of Data in Energy Markets

European Collaboration for Data Interoperability

Status of Energy Data Access in Europe

Brief overview of the state of play in Europe with energy data access

Industry and Start-up Panel

Panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities of energy data access

Panellists:
  • Peeter Pikk, Member of the Management Board and Partner at Spotty Smart Energy GMBH
  • Laura Martinez Rodriguez, Manager I+D/Product Marketing at DEXMA Energy Intelligence
  • Jaakko Huhta, Vice President of Sales, Accounts and Business Development at EnerKey
  • Kelsey Devine, Project Manager at Piclo Energy
  • Elias Pöyry, CBO and deputy CEO at Virta Ltd
  • Energy Break

    Signing of the Energy Data Access Alliance (Letter of Intent)

    Introduction of the aim and scope of the Energy Data Access Alliance
  • Georg Rute, Digitalization Manager at Elering

  • Signing of the Energy Data Access Alliance Letter of Intent

    Comments about the Alliance on behalf of all signatories
  • Martin Lervad Lundø, CEO at Energinet DataHub
  • Best Practices of Energy Data Management in Europe

    Best Practices of Energy Data Management in Europe Energy efficiency, flexibility and financing solutions depend on access to consumer smart meter data. Today, data access and consent management in Europe are fragmented, resulting in fragmented energy services markets. The panel will discuss how to ensure the interoperability of our data systems for better integration of our energy systems.

    Grid operator perspectives on energy data access How data access and consent management works in Belgium and Spain.
  • Verhasselt Natalie, Market Operations Manager at Fluvius
  • José Manuel Sanz Candales, Datahub Project Manager at REE

  • Panellists:
  • Helena Gerard, Senior researcher at EnergyVille/Vito
  • Verhasselt Natalie, Market Operations Manager at Fluvius
  • Klaas Hommes, Business Developer at TenneT
  • José Manuel Sanz Candales, Datahub Project Manager at REE
  • Lunch

    Panel on Data Models and Interoperability

    The panel will be debating what is needed for interoperable energy markets and data management on the most practical level. Are we missing a European-wide (or even a global) data model? Is there anything that has not been addressed by existing standards as yet, keeping in mind that models and standards are not the objectives per se but easy market access and easy data access are the main goal?

    Panellists:
  • Nicolas Richet, Chief Information Officer of ENTSO-E
  • Konrad Hanschmidt, CEO & Co-founder at GridIO
  • Mattijs van den Hoed, Vice President, Central Market Solutions at CGI

  • Panel on the Regulation of Meter Data Access: Challenges with Implementing the Articles 23 and 24 of the electricity market Directive

    The European Union law leaves Member States some freedom in local implementation, especially in cases of directives that have to be translated into local law. The panel discusses the implementation acts of the Clean Energy Package and how Member States plan to operationalise the requirements on energy data access.

    Panellists:
  • Constantina Filiou, Policy Officer - Smart Grids, DG ENER, European Commission
  • Valerie Reif, Research Associate at Florence School of Regulation
  • Eleonora Bettenzoli, Deputy Director of Retail Market Directorate, ARERA
  • Kristjan Kuhi, Chief Architect and Head of Engineering at WePower Network
  • Closing words

    Networking reception

    Conference Speakers

    Stephen Woodhouse, Chief Digital Officer at Pöyry. Stephen has 20+ years experience

    Elering, Head of the Smart Grid Unit and Digital Development Manager Georg

    Senior advisor of Elering, WP lead in EU-SysFlex Mr Kalle Kukk

    Olivier Grabette, Executive Vice-President of RTE (co-organiser)   Olivier GRABETTE, graduated from

    Vice President, Sales, Accounts and Business Development at EnerKey Jaakko Huhta

    Chief Information Officer of ENTSO-E After starting in the professional electronics and

    Manager I+D/Product Marketing at DEXMA Energy  

    Partner at Thema Consulting Group Åsmund Jenssen has 18 years experience from

    Klaas Hommes, Business Developer at TenneT Broad experience in Utility's. Has

    Policy Officer - Smart Grids,

    Head of the Energy Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications

    CEO of Elering Taavi Veskimägi has been the Chairman of the Board

    Commissioner-designate for Energy

    Jose Manuel Sanz Candales, Datahub project manager at REE. Industrial Engineer. Master's

    Kelsey is a project manager at Piclo and responsible for the

    Mattijs van den Hoed, VP Consulting, Central Market Solutions. Leads the

    Project leader and Senior researcher at VITO/EnergyVille Helena Gerard (1984) received

    Konrad is the co-founder and CEO of GridIO, who are turning
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    Event Location

    Vaba Lava
    Telliskivi 60a-9, 10142, Tallinn, Estonia
    Contact:
    T: +372 5689 6079
    E: info@energydata2019.eu

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