Call for papers: What do digital energy and digital consumer mean to you?
Call for papers
For the first time ENTSO-E, EDSO and the Florence School of Regulation are calling for papers written by students doing a bachelor’s or master’s degree to explain what digital energy and digital consumers mean to them.
The jury will be composed of Jean-Michel Glachant (FSR), Ronnie Belmans (Global Smart Grid Federation) and Marie Donnelly (European Commission) (TBC).
The winner will receive a free ticket for the conference and travel and hotel expenses will be covered. The winner will be invited on stage on 28 June during the panel on Big Data in Energy and asked to briefly present the paper. The winner will also be awarded with the possibility to choose between:
- A free seat at the FSR Online Course ‘The Regulation of the Power Sector’ (Autumn Edition) OR
- Attending one FSR Event (except trainings and Policy Advisory Councils), with travel and accommodation offered by the Florence School.
The winning paper will also be published on the ENTSO-E, EDSO and FSR websites.
Interested? Here is all you need to know to participate:
Timeline & paper guidelines
- Submit your paper (3000 words) by 10 March 2016 via the link below using the guidelines;
- The winner will be selected and informed by 16 March 2016. Travel and stay in Brussels as well as entrance to InnoGrid2020+ for 22 and 23 of March will be covered.
For any question regarding the submission, please contact Léa Dehaudt.