Smart Grid Workshop
The Smart Grid Workshop is an annual forum where industry leaders, subject matter experts, and practitioners come together to address the challenges facing the power industry. This year’s event is organized (in conjunction with the 2020 ENERGYCON Conference) under the theme: “Tunisia Smart Grid Challenge day: for a Better Intelligent Exploitation of Electrical Networks“. From practitioners and engineers to regulators and vendors, this fast-paced workshop has something for everyone.
The purpose of this annual Workshop is to offer a forum for networking and sharing the latest information on management practices, risks, mitigation strategies, and technologies; provide a benchmarking mechanism to assess and call attention to the progress the industry is making; and
explore the best path forward to a safer, greener, more resilient power grid.
This workshop will revolve around several themes including innovation in Smart-Grids, smart meters and STEG ambitions, management of Micro-Grid systems, security at different levels of Smart-Grid and Smart-Grid as being an essential tool for the energy transition and the intelligent management of networks.
Preliminary Agenda: 13 April 2020
9.45am: Panel session provides supporting to the development of Smart Grids in Distribution Networks, and will explore all essential technology, policy and finance considerations for developing and implementing a national roadmap.
10.30am: Coffee Break
11am: Research session will involve researchers in the power and energy domain sharing the latest information on management practices, risks, mitigation strategies, and technologies.
2pm: Industry experts session will call attention to the progress the industry is making. It bring together recognized industry experts to discuss and explore topics related to Tunisian actual situation.
3:30pm: Coffee Break
4pm: Tutorial and New projects / startups presentations covering topics important to power and energy professionals will be discussed.
5:30pm: Workshop closing
Workshop Chair: Prof. Ghada Boukettaya (ENIS, University of Sfax, Tunisia) <email@example.com>