REserviceS Final Event

REserviceS logo30 September 2014

Thon Hotel, Rue de la Loi 75
Brussels, Belgium


REserviceS – Wind and solar PV can replace conventional technology in providing grid support

This event will launch REserviceS’ ‘Technical and economic recommendations for the design of a European market for grid support services, as well as for future network codes within the Third Liberalisation Package’

The event will offer lively debates in panels tackling the recommendations from both a technical and a market perspective, and will finish with a networking cocktail. Join us in finding out what variable renewables can do for the grid and how we can make it happen.

Attendance is free of charge but registration is required for logistical purposes.

Please register HERE.

Tuesday 30 September 2014

09:15 Opening session


Introduction (Sharon Wokke, Project Manager, European Wind Energy Association)


EU projects on grids and markets – synergies (GridInnovation Platform)


Keynote speech: Ancillary services by wind and PV, are we already there? (ERSE Portugal, tbc)


REserviceS: Techno-economic recommendations
(Frans Van Hulle, XPWind, REserviceS Technical Coordinator)

11:00 Coffee break

Panel: “Opinion on REserviceS recommendations – technical”


Moderator: ENTSO-E Secretariat (tbc)


Panelists: Eirgrid, First Solar, Twenties representative – Iberdrola Renovables, GSE Italy, Enercon (tentative), DSO


Next steps (Frans Van Hulle, XPWind, REserviceS Technical Coordinator)

13:00 Lunch
14:00 Panel “Shaping the European Electricity Market – grid support services”


Moderator: Commision for Energy Regulation Ireland


Panelists: APX Group, DG ENER C1, Market4RES representative – Technofi, Power producer, Utility


Next steps (Frans Van Hulle, XPWind, REserviceS Technical Coordinator)

15:30 Closing words


Networking cocktail


Extra: consult flyers and banners of relevant EU-projects and talk to project representatives during the breaks and cocktail

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The REserviceS Final Event will be preceded by the PV GRID Final European Event organised on 29 September in the same venue. PV GRID is a European project coordinated by EPIA analysing the legal, administrative and regulatory barriers that are delaying or complicating the large scale integration of photovoltaic (PV) systems on electricity distribution infrastructures across Europe. For more information visit: