Date

28 November 2019

Location

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

Speakers

21 Professional Speakers

Event Organisers

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE / under discussion

The Ministry of Economic Affairs of Estonia and the Estonian transmission system operator Elering 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 „Where Digital Meets Energy“ (September 2017 in Tallinn) and „Energy & Digitalisation“ (January 2019 in Paris).

UNDER DISCUSSION
Essential to achieving the vision of clean, affordable and secure energy for all Europeans are competitive and integrated energy markets. However, today Europe’s energy retail and services markets are highly fragmented by region and by country, due to differences in regulation as well as in data access.

People are at the centre of the energy transition. The Tallinn Energy Data Access conference is about how to empower people – consumers – to benefit from a wide range of energy services. The key obstacle today is that service providers cannot access consumer meter data in most European countries. The conference addresses this challenge from the point of view of regulation, standardisation and interoperability.

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

The conference will result in practical follow-up of the Tallinn e-Energy Declaration, in the area of energy data regulation, standardisation and interoperability and will pave the way to achieving competitive and integrated energy markets in Europe.

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Programme

Welcome coffee

Keynote speech: energy and climate goals

Tallinn e-Energy declaration and data access

European regulation, Clean Energy Package and GDPR, implementation of CEP

Role of data in energy systems

Brief overview of State of Play in Europe with data access

Industry and start-up panel: why is data access key and what needs to be solved

Energy Break

What needs to be done: introduction to the rest of the conference by the moderator: interoperability, regulation, standardisation

TBC Elia IO.Energy

Introductions into the parallel topics and workshops

  • Connecting Europe’s datahubs: interoperability
  • Data models and standardisation
  • Clean Energy Package and GDPR adaptation

Lunch

Track 1: Bridging our datahubs

    For consent management organisations (TSO & DSO). Workshop about achieving interoperability by connecting data systems together.
  • Introductory presentations to kickstart the discussions
  • Ability for participants to sign up to the Alliance as Observer Members

Track 2: Data models and standardisation

For standardisation bodies. Workshop on way forward. Workshop aims at understanding what is needed for interoperable energy markets and interoperable data management on most practical layers. Are we missing European wide (or even global) data model? Is there anything not addressed by existing standards yet? Keeping in mind that models and standards are not the objectives per se, but easy market access and easy data access are.
  • Introductory presentations to kickstart the discussions
  • Formation of standardisation working groups and agree next meeting

Track 3: Regulation

    For ministries and regulators. Workshop about way forward.
  • Introductory presentations to kickstart the discussions
  • Formation of regulation implementation working groups and agree next meeting

Energy Break and gathering in main hall

Signing of the Energy Data Alliance (Letter of Intent)

Next steps and summaries by workshop moderators

• Summaries of the main agenda topics

Introduction of the Energy Data Alliance

Closing words

Conclusion and wrap-up by moderator of the day

Drinks reception

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For consent management organisations (TSO & DSO) Workshop about achieving interoperability by connecting data systems together
Track 2 workshop aims at understanding what is needed for interoperable energy markets and interoperable data management on most practical layers. Are we missing European wide (or even global) data model? Is there anything not addressed by existing standards yet? Keeping in mind that models and standards are not the objectives per se, but easy market access and easy data access are.
For ministries and regulators Workshop about way forward

Conference Speakers / meet with greaters

Stephen has 20+ years experience in design and evaluation of power

Elering AS, Head of the smart grid unit and digital development

Elering, EU-SysFlex Mr Kalle Kukk has worked for Estonian electricity and gas
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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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