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Energy data and the supply chain webinar series: Session One - Open Energy Data

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2020-10-08 10:00 2020-10-08 11:30 Europe/London

From October to December, BEAMA and Foot Anstey present a five-part webinar series about energy data and its applications. Please join us and our guest speakers Laura Sandys (Challenging Ideas), Rich Hampshire (CGI) and Rodolphe de Beaufort (GIMELEC) for the first session on 8 October to discuss opportunities and challenges and how Open Energy Data can transform the energy system.

From October to December, BEAMA and Foot Anstey present a five-part webinar series about energy data and its applications. Please join us and our guest speakers Laura Sandys (Challenging Ideas), Rich Hampshire (CGI) and Rodolphe de Beaufort (GIMELEC) for the first session on 8 October to discuss opportunities and challenges and how Open Energy Data can transform the energy system.

BEAMA and FootAnstey Webinar Banner

From October to December, BEAMA and Foot Anstey present a five-part webinar series about energy data and its applications. Please join us and our guest speakers Laura Sandys (Challenging Ideas), Rich Hampshire (CGI) and Rodolphe de Beaufort (GIMELEC) for the first session on 8 October to discuss opportunities and challenges and how Open Energy Data can transform the energy system.

Generation, communication and uses of Open Energy Data are in their early stages. What can the supply chain offer to this process? And how do we get the supply chain’s input accepted?

BEAMA and Foot Anstey would like to invite other LowCVP members to join them for a five-part fortnightly webinar series that focuses on energy data and the supply chain.

With guest speakers and interactive discussion we will explore the importance of energy data, the role it can play in system improvements, and how we can maximise its benefits for consumers.

Session One - Open Energy Data: The Big Picture

In the first session of the series we will explore questions that will help set the scene for the series and influence future themes. Guest speakers will explore each question and we encourage audience engagement.

Register Now


The key questions for discussion will include:
 

  • What was the Energy Data Taskforce and what did it recommend?
  • Where are we now, and what is being done?
  • What can be learnt from relevant international developments? Where does the supply chain fit in, and how do we make its voice heard?

 

Who should join us for this series?

  • Manufacturers and providers of energy smart appliances, energy data services, data management services, platforms or software, or any other data product
  • Members of the energy and utilities sector engaged in delivering or supporting a modern, digitalised energy system

Register Here

TBD
Discount for LowCVP members
Date:  08 Oct 2020 - 08 Oct 2020
Time:  10:00 - 11:30
Website:  www.footanstey.com/article/energy-data-and-the-supply-chain-webinar-series/



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BEAMA and FootAnstey Webinar Banner

From October to December, BEAMA and Foot Anstey present a five-part webinar series about energy data and its applications. Please join us and our guest speakers Laura Sandys (Challenging Ideas), Rich Hampshire (CGI) and Rodolphe de Beaufort (GIMELEC) for the first session on 8 October to discuss opportunities and challenges and how Open Energy Data can transform the energy system.

Generation, communication and uses of Open Energy Data are in their early stages. What can the supply chain offer to this process? And how do we get the supply chain’s input accepted?

BEAMA and Foot Anstey would like to invite other LowCVP members to join them for a five-part fortnightly webinar series that focuses on energy data and the supply chain.

With guest speakers and interactive discussion we will explore the importance of energy data, the role it can play in system improvements, and how we can maximise its benefits for consumers.

Session One - Open Energy Data: The Big Picture

In the first session of the series we will explore questions that will help set the scene for the series and influence future themes. Guest speakers will explore each question and we encourage audience engagement.

Register Now


The key questions for discussion will include:
 

  • What was the Energy Data Taskforce and what did it recommend?
  • Where are we now, and what is being done?
  • What can be learnt from relevant international developments? Where does the supply chain fit in, and how do we make its voice heard?

 

Who should join us for this series?

  • Manufacturers and providers of energy smart appliances, energy data services, data management services, platforms or software, or any other data product
  • Members of the energy and utilities sector engaged in delivering or supporting a modern, digitalised energy system

Register Here





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