The Smart Energy Congress & EXPO, organized by the enerTIC.org Platform, to be held on October 27 and 28 in Madrid, will focus on energy, digitization and Next Generation funds from the European Union.
The event – which combines the physical and digital format – has aroused the interest of more than 2,000 professionals, which “demonstrates the importance at this time of digitization as a driver to achieve energy efficiency and sustainability”, according to the organizers.
‘Technology for a green and digital revolution‘ is the theme chosen for this edition, which will analyze the role of digitization to improve energy efficiency as a “lever to achieve the objectives of reducing CO2 emissions, sustainability and climate change” included in the European funds and in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan of the Government of Spain.
Therefore, the current energy context, the EU’s Horizon 2030 and SDG sustainability objectives, as well as the Next Generation EU funds will be the protagonists of an event that also tries to promote co-innovation, the startup ecosystem, public-private collaboration as other drivers to achieve sustainability.
Networking expo area
In order to strengthen relationships and get to know the main players in the technology and energy industry, detect opportunities or share experiences, the congress includes an EXPO Networking Zone of more than 2,500 square meters.
Regarding the conference program, in which about 150 experts will participate, there will be three types of auditoriums (Auditorium Technological Vision, Auditorium Strategic Vision and Auditorium Innovation Vision), specialized sessions in Intelligent Energy & Utilities; Intelligent Industries & Mobility; Intelligent IT Infrastructure & Data Center; and Intelligent Territories & Cities.
This year’s conference program brings together professionals from both the public and private sectors who have accompanied enerTIC.org since its inception in 2011 and have worked in the last ten years to position sustainability and energy efficiency in the first place within their organizations.
For the organizers, this edition is “a turning point before a new decade of great opportunities, in a dynamic context, focused on digitization, energy efficiency in areas such as: cities, industries, energy and large technological infrastructures.”