Make your own contribution to the development of the smart grid!

Are you a stakeholder in Smart Grids deployment in Europe?

Would you like to contribute to the achievement of the Europe 20-20-20 targets?

Then raise you voice and help us bring Innovation to Energy Networks by filling in a 15-minutes questionnaire!

Survey

To answer the questionnaire:

  • If you are a DSO, please click here.
  • Else, please click here.

Smart electricity distribution grids constitute an essential element in the achievement of the energy efficiency and carbon emissions reduction objectives. Nonetheless, significant research, development and demonstration work is still needed for smart grids to become a reality.

The Grid4EU project will carry out large-scale demonstrations in six different countries in order to test innovative system concepts and technologies that will help us remove some of the barriers to the smart grids deployment and the achievement of the 2020 European goals.

However, the materialization of smart distribution grids involves a wide range of stakeholders. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance for us to take into account the viewpoints of all the agents involved, including consumers, generators, manufacturers, regulators, suppliers, IT companies, DSOs, etc. Consequently, we would like you to assist us in this challenging task by filling in a short questionnaire about your understanding and expectations of smart distribution grids. We estimate this will take you no more than 15 min. The questionnaire is completely anonymous and your answers will be treated with complete confidentiality.

The first outcomes of the questionnaire will be published in October 2013.

They will be available in the Grid4EU website and published in the Grid4EU Newsletter.
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To answer the questionnaire:

  • If you are a DSO, please click here.
  • Else, please click here.

In the name of the GRID4EU consortium, we would like to thank you in advance for your time and support!


Keywords: survey,questionnaire,Smart Grids



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