Starting with the JPP SES Status Conference (check documentation in your WG space), we introduced an advanced element for cooperation within the international smart energy innovation world. The Working Groups will relate the approaches and findings from ERA-Net SES funded projects to the research and innovation activities outside our own eco-system. To that end, Working Group members select a set of relevant "reference documents”, i.e. evaluation studies, white papers or similar. Working Groups will then jointly compare the outcomes of their projects with findings and positions described in the reference documents. Finally, the JPP SES Knowledge Community will publish so called Spotlights and Policy Briefs that outline key supporting or deviating ERA-Net SES findings and our contributions to national and international research, development and innovation.
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On the WG’s workspace, you should dedicate some time to review the current status of the work and add your own (and your consortium’s) thoughts. The workspace will explain
|Working Group Session||Date||Time CET|
Storage and Cross Energy Carrier Synergies
|17 November 2020||12:00-15:00|
|System Architecture and Implementation Modelling & Interoperability and Standardisation||20 November 2020||13:00-16:00|
|Consumer and Citizen Involvement||25 November 2020||13:00-16:00|
|Regulatory and Market Development||1 December 2020||13:00-16:00|
|Regional Matters (incl. Energy Communities, buildings, districts and regional integration)||3 December 2020||10:00-13:00|