FINSENY Final Event was organized on 10-11 April, 2013, in Berlin

FINSENY Final Event “Smart Energy enabled by Future Internet” was organized in co-operation with the EIT ICT Labs on 10-11 April, 2013, in Berlin. The Event was attended by more than 70 people representing the industrial and academic players and SMEs.

The workshop presented the main outcomes of the FINSENY project as well as in EIT ICT Labs, and shared also the new activities that will be developed in the FINESCE project during the Phase II of the FI-PPP Programme.

Several keynote presentations were given in this event by:
• the EU Commission
• the German Federal Ministry of Economics
• EIT ICT Labs and
• industry representatives from the energy utility, energy manufacturing and ICT  domain

The links to the presentation slidesets are here:

• Werner Mohr (Nokia Siemens Networks): How can the Future Internet enable Smart Energy
• Jesus Vilasante (European Commission): FI-PPP – Status and future activities
• Andreas Goerdeler (Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology)
• Martti Mäntylä (Chief Strategy Officer EIT ICT Labs)
• Roger Duck (EUTC): Regulating the Smart Energy Future
• Johannes Stein (VDE / DKE): Smart Grid Standardisation
• Steffen Fries (Siemens AG): Securing the Smart Grid – A bird’s eye view on Standardisation
• Alexander von Jagwitz (B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH): Perspectives of the Smart Eenergy Market enabled by Future Internet
• Guido Helbich (Siemens AG): Smart Communication – the Enabler for Smart Grids
• Ignacio Martin Diaz de Cerio (Iberdrola S.A.): The Utility perspective
• Timo Kyntäjä (VTT): Suture Internet enabling Smart Distribution Systems
• Bernhard Schätz (Fortiss): Experiencing New Smart Grid Players – The EIT ICT Smart Energy Experience Labs
• Kolja Eger (Siemens AG): How to build a Microgrid platform with Future Internet Technologies
• Matthias Sund (Alcatel Lucent Deuschland AG): Enabling ICT for Electric Mobility
• Christian Müller (DFKI): Mobility as a service – going beyond electric car fleets
• Mark Daly (Electricity Supply Board): All Signals Green as Ireland’s ecar Programme moves up a Gear
• Gilles Privat (Orange Labs): The Future Internet perspective for smart buildings
• Kai Strunz (TU Berlin): European Virtual Smart Grid Laboratory
• Fabio Bellifemine (Telecom Italia S.p.A.): Energy@home: and eco-system for the energy-aware Smart Home 
• Antonello Monti (RWTH Aachen University): A Laboratory Experience to Support Future Internet Application in Future Power Grids
• Ariane Sutor (Siemens AG): Future Activities of EIT ICT Lab
• Fiona Williams (Ericsson GmbH): FINESCE – Energy trials showing Future Internet and ICT in action enabling new business opportunities

The agenda and links to the presentation material are also here.