Registration & welcome
Session I : Looking back for looking forward
Why looking back for looking forward
What have we achieved in the last decade?
Where do we want to land in 2030 and how do we get there?
Session II : ENTSO-E seen from outside - achievements & expectations
E-voting on achievements last 10 years and expectations for the next decade
Climate change mitigation and the central role of power networks
An institutional perspective: European Council, European Parliament, European Commission and ACER
Introduction and moderation by Zbyněk Boldiš.
A partner and stakeholder perspective
Summary of comments by Ines de la Barreda.
Secretary General, Europex
Vice President, IFIEC
Gert De Block
Secretary General, CEDEC
CEO, Wind Europe
Director General, BEUC
CEO, SolarPower Europe
Director, Energy Community
Secretary General, EURELECTRIC
Executive Director, SmartEn
Ines de la Barreda
Chair of ENTSO-E Legal and Regulatory Group
Video - 10 Funny facts about Finland
Session III : The future energy system: a 2030 horizon
An evolving grid: A Technology Perspective
ENTSO-E Vision 2030 : The Vision's key messages
ENTSO-E Vision 2030 : A perspective from Markets, Operations and TSO-DSO
ENTSO-E Vision 2030 : Comments on the Vision 2030
Q&A moderated by Anca Gurzu.
Building the grid for 2030 : Cables as key enabler for building the grid of 2030
What power grid for 2030-setting the scene from an ENTSO-E perspective
Building the grid for 2030 : What does target compliant mean for the grid
Session IV : Innovative and digital solutions
European TSOs research & innovation projects
Innovative grid technologies
Panel debate on innovative and digital solutions
Moderated by Laurent Schmitt and summary by Tooraj Jamasb.
The next decade ahead - Concluding remarks
ENTSO-E 10 years celebration cocktail hosted by Fingrid
Side events organised by Partners/Sponsors (not part of the conference official programme)
Breakfast hosted by SmartWires
'Challenge the TYNDP scenarios'
Panel debate with representatives of the ENTSOs, RGI and NGOs
Moderated by Energy Now (Eindhoven Technology University)