Agenda for the e-harbours midterm conference

May 9th 14.00-16.00, I-SUP, Room Mozart
14.00 The E-harbours project: integrating renewable energy in harbour cities, intermediate project results.
Jan Schreuder, City of Zaanstad, The Netherlands
14.20 Investigating flexible demand for energy in a competitive logistic environment
Jef Verbeeck, VITO, Belgium
14.40 What makes a Smart Grid profitable?
Hans Schaefers, University of Hamburg, Germany
15.00 Regulating power provided by an industrial virtual power plant
René Kamphuis, TNO, the Netherlands
15.20 Renewable Energy Generation: different challenges in different continents
Jan Declercq, CG Global, Belgium
15.40 Discussion panel
16.00 Meet & greet / Reception

May 10th, 09.00-12.15, Room Morus
09.00 Welcome
Jan Schreuder, city of Zaanstad, The Netherlands /invited guest
09.15 Testing a Smart Grid on household level
Vesna Wågmark, Project Manager Smart Home, E.ON, Malmö, Sweden
09.45 Renewables in harbour areas – Offshore Side, How to combine On- and Offshore Energy Logistics. Presentation Clean North Sea Shipping.
Tessa Major, Technical Manager Environment Port Authority, Antwerp, Belgium
10.15 Coffee break
10.45 Fishing port investigates the advantages of a Smart Grid
11.00 Sharing regional, urban Green IT knowledge, The European GreenITNet project
Jaak Vlasveld, program manager, Green IT, Amsterdam Region
11.30 Stimulating electric boating
Matthijs Kok, City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
11.45 Plenary discussion and findings of the midterm conference
12.15 e-harbours midterm conference closes

— Internal e-harbours partner meeting —
13.30 WP1
13.45 WP2
14.00 WP3
14.15 WP4
14.30 Upcoming tasks/events
15.00 e-harbours partner meeting closes

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