The Smart Energy Conference, organized by the University of Aalborg in collaboration with research centers like 4DH, the project RE-Invest and the Heat Roadmap Europe platform, confirms to be one of the most interesting meeting-place for experts from academic institutions, industrial corporations and technology companies to discuss modern energy systems and their development for a greener future.
This year’s pandemic prevented us from meeting in person but most experts were able to participate in the new online format which increased the opportunities for interactions among the participants, giving everyone the opportunity to listen to other people pre-recorded presentations increasing the personal awareness on the work performed by some of the major experts in the energy sector.
The PlaMES project was also present, with Luca Ferrari (Optit) showing the developments made by the partners regarding system approaches, mathematical models and the outlook of the future PlaMES tool. The project’s idea was well received within the community, being one of the few focusing on a multi-energy system approach considering both generation and transmission infrastructures within the same modelling framework. More than 60 experts, between professors and private professionals, saw the presentation’s video (check it below) with most of them interested in receiving updates regarding the future project developments.
The interest showed by the participants gave us even more incentives and energy to begin the second year of the project with models that needs to be finalized and deployed and the tool that will take shape paving the way for first real applications.
Here is the video of presentation made at the SES conference:
More information are available on the event website.