Last days to register for the 14th ETIP SNET Regional Workshop
Zabala Innovation is leading the secretariat of the European Technology and Innovation Platform Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET)
The overall purpose of the event is to learn more about national and regional research, development and innovation (RDI) and how and if they are aligned to the RDI activities on the EU level and, specifically, to the ones identified in the ETIP SNET Implementation Plan 2022-2025 and that will be the base of the High Levell Use Cases in the updated ETIP SNET Roadmap, expected at the end of 2022.
To that end, the ETIP SNET invited the representatives of national and regional funding and support programmes from Central Europe (Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Denmark, The Netherlands, Poland, and Slovakia) that will meet and discuss together with the EC and European Associations about RDI priorities and next funding programmes the day before the Workshop.
The outcomes of this meeting will be reported during the Regional Workshop on 1st June and will be followed by three-panel sessions where EU and national projects will be presented along with the ETIP SNET’s High-Level Use Cases (HLUCs) to identify the gaps – if any – and the needs of stakeholders.
The Workshop will provide a unique opportunity to learn about R&I projects around Europe and contribute to the identification of R&I gaps, challenges and priorities.
The ETIP SNET was born in the framework of the European Union’s new integrated roadmap of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) – Europe’s R&D Master Plan. The ETIP SNET’s objective is to drive and guide R&D&I for transmission and distribution systems and thus support Europe’s energy transition.
Our contribution to ETIP SNET
Zabala innovation is the coordinator of the Secretariat that daily support the ETIP SNET and BRIDGE initiative’s activities and manage – under the guidance of the European Commission – around 650 stakeholders from industries, research centers and universities, in identify R&I needs obstacles and opportunities toward energy transition.