Wednesday 13 November
9:00 9:45

Registration & welcome

9:00 9:30

Registration

9:45 10:15

Session I : Looking back for looking forward

9:45 9:50

Why looking back for looking forward

9:50 10:00

What have we achieved in the last decade?

10:00 10:15

Where do we want to land in 2030 and how do we get there?

10:15 12:45

Session II : ENTSO-E seen from outside - achievements & expectations

10:15 10:30

E-voting on achievements last 10 years and expectations for the next decade

10:30 10:45

Climate change mitigation and the central role of power networks

10:45 11:45

An institutional perspective: European Council, European Parliament, European Commission and ACER

Introduction and moderation by Zbyněk Boldiš.

12:45 13:00

Video - 10 Funny facts about Finland

13:00 14:00

Lunch

14:00 15:30

Session III : The future energy system: a 2030 horizon

14:15 14:30

An evolving grid: A Technology Perspective

14:30 14:35

ENTSO-E Vision 2030 : The Vision's key messages

14:35 14:55

ENTSO-E Vision 2030 : A perspective from Markets, Operations and TSO-DSO

15:15 15:30

Building the grid for 2030 : Cables as key enabler for building the grid of 2030

15:30 15:45

What power grid for 2030-setting the scene from an ENTSO-E perspective

15:45 15:55

Building the grid for 2030 : What does target compliant mean for the grid

15:55 16:15

Coffee

16:15 17:30

Session IV : Innovative and digital solutions

16:15 16:30

Introductory keynote

16:30 16:45

European TSOs research & innovation projects

16:45 17:10

Innovative grid technologies

17:30 18:00

Session V : A regional perspective

17:30 18:00

The Nordic & Baltic experience of TSO cooperation

Moderated by Jukka Leskelä, Managing Director, Finnish Energy

18:00 18:30

The next decade ahead - Concluding remarks

18:00 18:30

Concluding remarks

18:30 19:30

ENTSO-E 10 years celebration cocktail hosted by Fingrid

Side events organised by Partners/Sponsors (not part of the conference official programme)

9:00 9:30

Breakfast hosted by SmartWires

13:15 13:45

'Challenge the TYNDP scenarios'

Panel debate with representatives of the ENTSOs, RGI and NGOs
Moderated by Energy Now (Eindhoven Technology University)