Policy Briefs and Spotlights

Policy Briefs

The ERA-Net SES Knowledge Community unites scientific experts in smart energy systems. On the basis of their profound expertise, these researchers develop an informed opinion of key aspects which, according to their perspective, should be considered by policy makers. With its working groups, ERA-Net SES provides a platform for initiating and developing the expert discussions regarding the messages of the research community to the policy makers.
The key messages of the latest policy brief are available for download.

Policy makers and regulators are invited to share their perspective in our living document on the ERA-Net SES Knowledge Community platform expera, so the knowledge can be exchanged and evolve. If you are not an expera expert member yet, upgrade your follower account or register for access.


The newsletter-type documents provide a collection of findings of ERA-Net Smart Energy Systems projects and the Knowledge Community. Spotlights keep projects and experts updated on the ongoing activities and intermediate results of the initiative. Spotlights concentrate on specific topics with high relevance for the different Working Groups, which are deemed as generally interesting and worthwhile to be shared with project participants and practitioners. All Knowledge Community experts are invited to discuss and comment the Spotlights. Based on the final versions of the Spotlights the respective Living Documents are being kept up-to-date.
Have a look at the ERA-Net SES 2017 Spotlights:
Development of Standards for Electric Vehicle Charging Spots
Regulatory Frameworks for Smart Meter Installation 
The following ERA-Net SES Spotlights will soon be available:

Comparative Potential of Demand Response and Substation Automation
Psychologial and Sociological Findings on End-user Involvement
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This initiative has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements no. 646039 and no. 775970.
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