EURAMET eNewsletter | Issue 20 | 20 April 2021

Smart Electricity Grids Network Stakeholder Survey: take part & share

As the European Union launches new Green Deal regulations and objectives to secure a sustainable energy future for Europe, smart electricity grids are increasingly gaining spotlight attention.

These flexible, interconnected electricity networks hold the potential to revolutionise our electricity supplies and optimise our use of renewable energy resources.

However, there are measurement challenges facing their full implementation across the region, where EURAMET’s European Metrology Network (EMN) for Smart Electricity Grids is playing a pivotal role.

By becoming the single point of contact across the region for addressing measurement challenges associated with smart grids, the network is working to support Europe’s transition to a secure, clean and efficient energy supply.

If you are a part of the smart grids or electricity stakeholder community, the EMN wants to hear from you!

If you have contacts in the electricity industry who may be interested in EMN activities, please share the survey with them as well. 

Recently, the European Metrology Network (EMN) launched a survey to hear directly from their stakeholder community and find out more, first-hand, about their thoughts on the measurement challenges facing European-wide smart grid implementation. 

Gert Rietveld, Chair of the Smart Electricity Grids network, comments:

“The survey provides a unique opportunity for stakeholders to steer future European metrology R&D activities so that they can closely match their measurement needs.”

By taking part in the survey, you will be able to have your say in identifying the most important measurement needs within the industry - as well as having the invaluable opportunity to inform the overall research direction of the EMN.

The deadline for participating is Friday, 30 April 2021.

To find out more, read our full news story >>


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