Partner meeting and interregional workshop to share technical & legislative knowledge on smart grids and launch the STRIDE Danube Region Smart Energy Platform.
Event Organiser: ConPlusUltra
Start Date & Time: 15th September 2021 10.00am CEST
End Date & Time: 16th Septermer 2021 17.30pm CEST
Venue: Event Wien, Hütteldorferstraße 74
Vienna, 1150. Austria.
The first day of the two-day in-person meeting of the STRIDE consortium, including STRIDE associative partners, will take the form of a partner meeting and first year review. Partners shall present updates on project progress, including project management & reporting updates, as well as next steps to past and future project activities & outputs. This meeting is closed to the general public.
Day two of the STRIDE communication event in Vienna is open to all interested parties involved in the energy sector or have influence in energy policy. The STRIDE Mid Term Event and press conference will serve as an opportunity for actors in the energy sector to join our STRIDE Interregional Workshop and launch of the STRIDE Smart Energy Platform.
Through the STRIDE interregional workshop, participants will gain additional knowledge on smart grids from the technical point of view to legislative point of view. Also to be presented at the STRIDE Mid Term Dissemination Event is the STRIDE platform, which creates a network of experts, policy makers, and other relevant actors to boost the development of smart grids throughout the Danube Region. The press conference aspect of the public event.
More about the STRIDE Project
The Interreg Danube Transnational Programme (DTP) STRIDE project provides knowledge transfer, develops planning tools, creating a comprehensive support structure for local/regional policy makers for the improvement of energy planning. The STRIDE project improves energy planning through the Integration of Smart Grid concepts in the Danube Region. STRIDE is currently undertaking regional analyses and developing strategies, action plans and tools, enabling the acceleration, integration and replication of smart grids into local/regional policies.
Registration is free but mandatory: