PROGRAM.

MO 20
TECH DAY
DI 21
CONFERENCE DAYS
MI 22
CONFERENCE DAYS
DO 23
TECH DAY
FR 24
PUBLIC DAY
whole day
09:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00
19:00
20:00
Kick-Off Workshop This is how Tirol 2050 operates
TECH DAYS OPENING Keynote
Start-up Pitches, international Workshops and more
Wrap-up & Networking
Networking
Tech-Expo
GRAND OPENING Keynotes, Meet High Governmental Representatives, Award Ceremony, Messages from the Youth Climate Summit
Lunch Break & Networking
MAIN TOPIC

Hydrogen - the game changer in the energy transition?!
Plus Energy Districts
Networking Dinner
MAIN TOPIC

Smart cities & smart regions.
Lunch Break & Women Reception
IN THE FOCUS

The digital transformation as a constraint and an enabler for energy innovation
Keynotes & Dialogue in Focus Groups
Networking Evening
Energy Communities - Ideas turn into actions
Lunch Break & Networking
New Storage - The Use of Energy Storage in the Energy System
Workshops, Deep Dives, Innovation Trails and more
Workshops, Deep Dives, Innovation Trails and more
Digital technologies as enablers of the energy systems of the future
Welcome & Intro
Keynote
Wrap-up & Tech Days Closing
Networking
Excursion - Brenner Base Tunnel
Networking Workshops
MO 20
TECH DAY
15:00 bis 17:00 Kick-Off Workshop This is how Tirol 2050 operates
13:00 bis 15:00 TECH DAYS OPENING Keynote
15:00 bis 17:00 Start-up Pitches, international Workshops and more
17:00 bis 18:00 Wrap-up & Networking
20:00 bis 21:00 Networking

DI 21
CONFERENCE DAYS
whole day Tech-Expo
09:30 bis 12:30 GRAND OPENING Keynotes, Meet High Governmental Representatives, Award Ceremony, Messages from the Youth Climate Summit
12:30 bis 14:00 Lunch Break & Networking
14:00 bis 18:00 MAIN TOPIC

Hydrogen - the game changer in the energy transition?!
14:00 bis 18:00 Plus Energy Districts
20:00 bis 21:00 Networking Dinner

MI 22
CONFERENCE DAYS
09:30 bis 12:30 MAIN TOPIC

Smart cities & smart regions.
12:30 bis 14:00 Lunch Break & Women Reception
14:00 bis 18:00 IN THE FOCUS

The digital transformation as a constraint and an enabler for energy innovation
Keynotes & Dialogue in Focus Groups
20:00 bis 21:00 Networking Evening

DO 23
TECH DAY
10:30 bis 12:30 Energy Communities - Ideas turn into actions
12:30 bis 14:00 Lunch Break & Networking
14:00 bis 15:30 New Storage - The Use of Energy Storage in the Energy System
10:30 bis 12:30 Workshops, Deep Dives, Innovation Trails and more
14:00 bis 17:00 Workshops, Deep Dives, Innovation Trails and more
15:30 bis 17:00 Digital technologies as enablers of the energy systems of the future
09:30 bis 10:30 Welcome & Intro
Keynote
17:00 bis 18:00 Wrap-up & Tech Days Closing
20:00 bis 21:00 Networking

FR 24
PUBLIC DAY
09:30 bis 14:00 Excursion - Brenner Base Tunnel
09:30 bis 12:00 Networking Workshops

MO 20
TECH DAY
DI 21
CONFERENCE DAYS
MI 22
CONFERENCE DAYS
DO 23
TECH DAY
FR 24
PUBLIC DAY
FILTER
ALLE FILTER LÖSCHEN
zielgruppe
Energy Providers and Municipal Utilities
Innovation Leaders and Start-ups
Technology Providers (Renewable Energies, IT, Telco, etc.)
Local and regional Decision Makers and Developers
Researchers, Engineers and Planners
Political Decisions Makers, Administration, Associations and Networks
Funding Agencies and Investors
Students (High School)
Grid Operators and Infrastructure Providers
Energy-intensive Enterprises and Industry
Students (University)
09:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00
open end
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BURG HASEGG
Beheimsaal
13:00 - 13:30
Tech Days Opening
Ingrid Felipe, Tiroler Landesregierung
Michael Paula, Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
Englisch

Barbara Schmidt, Secretary General Österreichs Energie

MODERATION:

Hemma Bieser, avantsmart

Dhara Meyer, Energie Tirol

13:30 - 14:30
KEYNOTE: 2030, 2040 and 2050 - what will our climate and energy future look like?
Johann Stötter, Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Geographie
Englisch
14:30 - 15:00
Coffee Break
15:00 - 17:00
Tyrol 2050: How will my company be fit for the future?
hosted by So wirtschaftet TIROL 2050
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Together we can make a difference. In Tyrol there are already over 250 companies that are actively on the way to a sustainable future. And they are constantly growing. They are supported on this path by numerous organisations which have made it their goal to professionally accompany companies in matters of climate protection, energy system transformation and sustainable economic development. These system partners form a strong network to offer joint answers to the question: How can companies become fit for the future?
The kick-off of the initiative “This is how TIROL 2050 operates” takes place within the framework of the MIA. With the slogan “We invest in TIROL 2050” companies will show their colours for energy autonomy and make their commitment to energy efficiency and renewables visible.

17:00 - 17:30
Coffee Break
17:30 - 18:00
Wrap up of the Day
Englisch

Your message on the wall! 

In the final wrap-up session, we will present the key messages from all previous sessions and collect them on a wall.  

After the second Tech Day we will have created a piece of art with great ideas how energy innovation can succeed. 

MODERATION:
Hemma Bieser, avantsmart
Dhara Mayer, Energie Tirol

19:00 - 20:00
Networking Dinner
SALZLAGER
MAIN STAGE - Große Säulenhalle
SALZLAGER
Kleine Säulenhalle
EXKURSION
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 2
15:00 - 17:00
StartUp Pitches & Speed Dating
hosted by aws & STARTUP.TIROL
powered by aws & STARTUP.TIROL
Edeltraud Stiftinger, Austria Wirtschaftsservice GmbH
Johannes Naimer-Stach, Climate-KIC Austria
Hemma Bieser, avantsmart
Herbert Piereder, Lumenion GmbH
Englisch

Start-ups and scale-ups have become an inherent part of the energy research and technology community. With their unconventional approaches they challenge the established players. Their disruptive ideas are inspiration and often the beginning of wonderful collaborations. In this session you will dive deep into the world of innovation.

MODERATION
Dusan Todorovic, aws Connect

At the Start-up Pitch, the three best start-ups of the pre-selection will present their new energy solutions. A high-profile jury will select the winner of the MIA20.

JURY

  • Kurt Leutgeb, Austria Wirtschaftsservice GmbH
  • Johannes Naimer-Stach, Climate KIC
  • Barbara Schmidt, Oesterreichs Energie

We will then present the success stories of entrepreneurs who have rocked the MIA in recent years.

Asetila Köstinger, greenwell Energy
Simon Seres, Nymea

Finally, we will discuss with investors and financial experts about the sustainable financing of new business ideas.

SALZLAGER
SIDE STAGE - Kleine Säulenhalle
BURG HASEGG
Raum 3
15:00 - 17:00
Network Meeting "KlimaKultur"
hosted by Energie Tirol & Tiroler Kulturinitiativen

Forum for discourse and perspectives. In the network meeting “KlimaKultur” there is room to see through different eyes. Because in addition to technical innovations, social innovations are also needed to bring about change. With the power of art and culture we challenge the present, draw pictures of the possible and create a climate of change for a better future in Tyrol and beyond.

The far-reaching change in the energy system can only succeed together! Through the interaction of business, research, politics and communities as well as the users themselves. For such a successful interaction, with such different players, there is a need for a testing and experimentation room for strategies, tactics and chess moves in order to achieve the common goal. This session offers the opportunity to try out the cooperation with others.

 

BURG HASEGG
Raum 4
15:00 - 17:30
Regional Business Clusters as Innovation Partners for Integrated Regional Energy Systems (Invitation only)
hosted by ERA Net Smart Energy Systems
Englisch

 

ERA-Net SES is a Joint Programming Platform (JPP) involving public funders from more than 30 countries and regions. Its goal is to speed up the development and integration of advanced energy solutions. By involving a broad range of stakeholders in its Associated Partners Programme (ASP), for example digital platform providers or regional business development clusters, JPP ERA-Net SES builds bridges in the entire innovation chain and provides projects with valuable resources.

In this workshop, JPP ERA-Net SES will team up with (potential) Associated Partners form Austria and other European countries to co-create new means to flourish smart energy systems on local and regional levels. Together with the regional development agency Standort Agentur Tirol, who are an established Associated Partner, opportunities and experiences will be shared.

 

Join the workshop and get access to the benefits of being an Associated Partner:

  • meet valuable partners and build capacities
  • mitigate investment risks by early learning on trends and technologies
  • influence national and international Research, Development and Innovation strategies on funding programme level
  • get in contact with the ministerial domain to help shaping the future frameworks for climate friendly businesses
  • get early, exclusive access to project results and latest knowledge
  • attract funds to your region, municipalities and companies
  • link the region to international activities
  • learn about visions and activities of other partners of the programme.

 

Aim of the workshop:

 

To bring existing and interested Associated Partners together in order to

  • exchange experience and knowledge among Associated Partners
  • identify specific benefits and roles within the JPP ERA-Net SES network
  • involve new and potential Associated Partners and start networking

 

Agenda:

 

Chair: Michael Hübner, Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology;

Coordinator JPP ERA-Net SES and Klaus Kleewein, Standortagentur Tirol

 

Moderator: Ludwig Karg, B.A.U.M. Consult, Germany, Head of JPP ERA-Net SES Knowledge Community Management

 

15:00 – 15:15 Introduction to JPP ERA-Net SES and its Knowledge Community and Associated Partners Programme (Michael Hübner, Coordinator JPP ERA-Net SES)
15:15 – 15:30 Introducing the concept of and benefits for Associated Partners in the JPP ERA-Net SES (Katharina Sartison, ERA-Net SES Knowledge Community Management and Support Team)
15:30 – 15:45 Interview: Experiences from an Associated Partner (Klaus Kleewein, Standortagentur Tirol, Austria)
15:45 – 16:30 Co-Creation in groups on Associated Partner expectations:

a)    What is your role within the JPP ERA-Net SES?

b)    What are your needs that can be covered by JPP ERA-Net SES?

c)    What would you like to contribute to JPP ERA-Net SES?

16:30 – 17:00 Presentation and discussion of the group results and networking
17:00 – 17:30 Closing of the session and networking on voluntary basis
BURG HASEGG
Raum 5
INNOVATION TRAIL
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 6
15:00 - 18:30
Peer2Peer Energy: Direct energy trading platforms (invitation only)
hosted by IEA-Photovoltaic Power Systems Program
Hubert Fechner, Österr. Technologieplattform Photovoltaik
Englisch

peer2peer Electricity Trade – A promising Model for Renewable Electricity Trade
 

P2P Electricity Trade Activities in Europe. 

The different Models in the European Context
 

Presentations and Interaction: 

 

European Trading platform Presentations 

  • Experiences & Lesson learned so far 
  • Learning from each other 
  • Need for improved frame conditions 

 

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BURG HASEGG
Beheimsaal
SALZLAGER
MAIN STAGE - Große Säulenhalle
09:00 - 09:30
GRAND OPENING & WELCOME with Federal Minister Leonore Gewessler
Leonore Gewessler, Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
Theresia Vogel, Klima- und Energiefonds
Deutsch
Englisch

Opening by Federal Minister Leonore Gewessler
Welcome by Governor Günther Platter
Welcome by Theresia Vogel, GF Climate and Energy Fund
Moderation: Michael Hübner, Federal Ministry

09:30 - 10:00
KEYNOTE: from incremental to transformative - what kind of innovation do we need?
Deutsch
Englisch

We need a shift in perspective, where we focus on the opportunities and the transformative solutions rather than the problems and incremental improvements in existing systems.  We have an historic opportunity to guide the 4th industrial revolution in a net-zero compatible direction. In order for this transformation to happen we must focus on what is needed in society and how those can be provide in a sustainable way, i.e. innovations for an equitable world with 10 billion people in 2050. Finally, leaders must focus on how to export these innovations.

 

Dennis Pamlin
Entrepreneur, advisor and transformative explorer, RISE Research Institute of Sweden

10:00 - 10:45
STAGE MAGAZINE with highlights & messages of the Tech Days and presentation of the MIA Awards
Deutsch
Englisch
  • Video contributions with the highlights of the Tech Days
  • Interviews with selected actors
  • Presentation of the MIA Awards by Federal Minister Leonore Gewessler in the categories
    • “Next Generation” for academic and scientific work
    • “Tech Solution” for applied research and development
    • “Local Hero” for pilot and demonstration projects
    • “Entrepreneur” for Start UpsModeration: Christian Spanik, netproducer
10:45 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
KEYNOTE: responsibility as an opportunity - entrepreneurial potential of the transformation
Sabine Nallinger, Stiftung 2° – Deutsche Unternehmer für Klimaschutz
Deutsch
Englisch
11:30 - 12:00
TIROL 2050 - The way to an energy self-sufficient Alpine region
Deutsch
Englisch

By the year 2050 Tyrol wants to cover its energy consumption exclusively with domestic, renewable resources. But what paths must we take to achieve this Goal?

12:00 - 12:30
VOICES OF THE FUTURE - Messages from the Youth Climate Change Conference
Leonore Gewessler, Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
Leonie Bremer, Fridays for Future
Katharina Rogenhofer, Klimavolksbegehren
,
Deutsch
Englisch

Students present their own personal visions of the future and possible measures.

 

12:30 - 14:00
Lunchbreak & Networking
14:00 - 14:15
FOCUS TOPIC: Hydrogen as a gamechanger for the energy transition?!
hosted by WIVA P&G
Deutsch
Englisch
14:15 - 14:55
WHY HYDROGEN (NOW)? Global opportunities, perspectives and applications (tbc)
hosted by WIVA P&G
Deutsch
Englisch
14:55 - 15:30
The Austrian hydrogen strategy
hosted by BMK
Deutsch
Englisch

Following the signing of the “Hydrogen Initiative” successfully launched by Austria, which was signed by 26 EU Member States, the European Commission and two EFTA countries and supported by around 100 companies, organisations and institutions, the process of the Austrian Strategy began in March 2019. 5 working groups were set up by the end of 2019 to develop the Austrian Strategy by many stakeholders and now provide the guidelines for the necessary implementation measures. The aligned strategy will be presented in this session.

15:30 - 16:00
Refreshment Break
16:00 - 17:30
Focus on hydrogen: Best practices, challenges and status quo of R&D
hosted by WIVA P&G
powered by TIWAG-Tiroler Wasserkraft AG
Alexander Trattner, HyCentA Research GmbH
Robert Tichler, Energieinstitut an der JKU Linz
Nikolaus Fleischhacker, FEN Systems / Green Energy Center Europe
Deutsch
Englisch

Interactive project presentation by the scientific members of the WIVA P&G association with active participation of the WIVA project managers as well as the audience in the topic focus:
– H2 and energy
– H2 and industry
– H2 and mobility
– H2 and integration in regional development concepts

17:30 - 18:00
Q&A Session und Closing
hosted by WIVA P&G
18:00 - 18:30
Meet your Peers - time & space for discussion and reflection
18:30 - 20:00
NETWORKING DINNER
Deutsch
Englisch
SALZLAGER
Kleine Säulenhalle
EXKURSION
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 2
14:00 - 17:15
PARALLEL TRACK: Positive Energy Districts
hosted by JPI Urban Europe
Deutsch
Englisch
SALZLAGER
SIDE STAGE - Kleine Säulenhalle
09:30 - 12:00
SIDE TRACK: Youth Climate Summit Tirol 2020 - Program for the leaders of the future
hosted by Energie Tirol
Katharina Rogenhofer, Klimavolksbegehren
Leonie Bremer, Fridays for Future
Deutsch

At the Youth Climate Summit, young people develop their own personal visions of the future and discuss possible measures and their own contributions.

12:30 - 14:00
Lunchbreak & Networking
14:00 - 16:00
Energy Communities from the Customer’s Perspective
hosted by Green Energy Lab
Susanne Supper, Green Energy Lab
Christian Kurz, Green Energy Lab
Deutsch

As Energy Communities are trending toward center stage, much attention is being devoted to their technical realization. Yet what is the customers’ response? What experiences are there, and which challenges do we see from their perspective?

18:00 - 18:30
Meet your Peers - time & space for discussion and reflection
BURG HASEGG
Raum 3
BURG HASEGG
Raum 4
BURG HASEGG
Raum 5
INNOVATION TRAIL
Outdoor
13:30 - 18:00
Innovation Trail "city of tomorrow - from research to implementation" in Innsbruck
hosted by Stadt der Zukunft
BURG HASEGG
Raum 6
tba
BURG HASEGG
Beheimsaal
SALZLAGER
MAIN STAGE - Große Säulenhalle
09:30 - 09:40
WELCOME TALKS - SMART CITIES MORNING
hosted by Klima- & Energiefonds
Theresia Vogel, Klima- und Energiefonds
Michael Paula, Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
Deutsch
Englisch
09:40 - 10:00
KEYNOTE - Philipp Blom
Deutsch
Englisch
10:00 - 10:15
QUALITY OF LIFE UP, EMISSIONS DOWN! Climate-friendly cities and cross-border cooperation exemplified by Sinfonia
hosted by Klima- & Energiefonds
Deutsch
Englisch
10:15 - 10:30
KNOWLEDGE CITY OF THE FUTURE! The Patrick Henry Village in Heidelberg as a model for a European Smart City
Deutsch
Englisch

A knowledge city of the future is being built on the Heidelberg US Patrick-Henry-Village (PHV) conversion site in the heart of the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, one of Germany’s innovation drivers. In future, the PHV could offer work and living space for up to 15,000 people. Using the Patrick Henry Village as an example, the IBA Heidelberg is testing methods of cooperatively designed urban development.

 

10:30 - 11:15
SMART TALK: Energy Communities meet the city
hosted by Klima- & Energiefonds
powered by Magenta Business
Mathias Schaffer, Next-Incubator der Energie Steiermark
Christian Panzer, Wien Energie GmbH
Deutsch
Englisch

Lothar Ahle, Westnetz GmbH (Project Manager DESIGNETZ) (inquired)
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coordinators of the three energy flagship regions
Green Energy Lab: Christian Panzer, Wien Energie
NEFI: Wolfgang Hribernik, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
WIVA P&G: Horst Steinmüller, Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University Linz

11:15 - 11:45
coffee break & networking
11:45 - 12:00
SMART URBAN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE - Results of the Smart Cities Demo Project "Smart Water City
hosted by Klima- & Energiefonds
Deutsch
Englisch

The aim of this cooperative R&D project is to investigate the concept of a “Smart Water City” and its social impact. On this basis, smart public and private services can be implemented for a more efficient use of water resources. What potential does this create for society? What added value does a smart, urban water infrastructure provide for municipalities?

12:00 - 12:15
green.LAB - permanent temporary oasis in urban transformation processes
Deutsch
Englisch

The green.LAB Graz is an innovative, green demonstration building made of wood, which is at the same time a low-threshold accessible and open learning, production, exhibition and work space on the topic of “urban green”. The demo building is a further development of the “Urban Boxes” as a transportable, modular timber construction in combination with building greenery, district gardens and renewable energy sources. Rainwater management, promotion of biodiversity and energy efficiency are the cornerstones of the project.

Barbara Hammerl, Managing Director, StadtLABOR – Innovationen für urbane Lebensqualität GmbH (inquired)

 

12:15 - 12:30
EUROPEAN BEST PRACTICE: SCHOONSHIP AMSTERDAM - Field report from the floating solar quarter
Deutsch
Englisch

In the Schoonship Amsterdam project, a floating residential area was built on the Johan van Hasselt Canal in Amsterdam-Noord. Schoonship is currently in the development and completion phase. Nevertheless, by the beginning of 2020, 46 households and just over 100 inhabitants are already living in the floating housing estate.

Marjan de Blok, spokeswoman and initiator Schoonship Amsterdam (inquired)

12:30 - 13:15
MAYORS TALK: Current and future challenges for municipal leaders - Reflection with Philipp Blom
hosted by Klima- & Energiefonds
Deutsch
Englisch

Mario Dionisio, DG Energy, European Commission (inquired)
Mayors of Innsbruck, Dornbirn, Heimschuh (inquired)
Heidrun Maier-de Kruijff, Managing Director Verband der kommunalen Unternehmen Österreichs (inquired)

13:15 - 14:15
Lunch Break
,
14:15 - 14:45
KEYNOTE: Digital Work Culture: Brave new world of work?
Philipp Ramin, Innovationszentrum für Industrie 4.0 GmbH & Co.KG
Deutsch

There is more than just technology behind digitalization and Industry 4.0. In order to take advantage of the opportunities and successfully meet the new challenges in the marketplace, a holistic transformation approach is required that prepares managers and employees for the new conditions in a systematic and honest manner. But without an aligned corporate culture and digital skills that support the transition, changes are difficult to implement. So how can organizations be transformed sustainably in the right direction? Which measures support a successful change in the digital world?

14:45 - 15:15
KEYNOTES: Digital transformation of society as a boundary condition for the energy system transformation
André Felker, backbone.one
Deutsch
Englisch

Entirely new technologies, the advancing digitalization and the merging of decentralized energy ecosystems: What does this mean for the energy sector? Who sets the (new) rules of the game? Who are the winners? And are there also losers?

15:15 - 15:45
KEYNOTE: tba
Deutsch
Englisch
15:45 - 16:00
Refreshment Break
16:00 - 17:30
DIALOGUE IN FOCUS GROUPS: Digital transformation of society as a boundary condition for energy system transformation
hosted by BMK

For the continuous stakeholder dialogue to accompany the implementation of the energy research initiative in the climate and energy strategy, “focus groups” were set up in 2018 on the topics of “energy systems and networks”, “buildings and urban systems” and “breakthrough technologies for industry”.
This afternoon, thematic working groups will look into the question of what repercussions the digital transformation of society will have on the design of the energy systems of the future. The results will contribute to the conception of strategy and funding priorities of the Federal Ministry and the Climate and Energy Fund.

 

17:30 - 18:00
DIALOGUE IN FOCUS GROUPS: Key Findings and Q&A
hosted by BMK
18:00 - 18:30
Meet your Peers - time & space for discussion and reflection
19:00 - 20:00
NETWORKING EVENING
powered by Sinfonia
SALZLAGER
Kleine Säulenhalle
12:30 - 14:15
Women's Reception: The future is female
hosted by Energie Tirol
Christine Lins, GWNET - Global Women's Network for the Energy Transition
Katharina Rogenhofer, Klimavolksbegehren
Leonie Bremer, Fridays for Future
Deutsch
Englisch

The energy sector in Tyrol, Europe and around the world is changing. New technologies, business models and a social change challenge the existing and force us to think and act faster, more flexibly and more holistically.

If you want to play a leading role in the energy transition, you need new ideas, new structures and, above all, new actors – and by that we mean female actors in the relevant positions. Because: The energy transition is a transformation. Transformation needs diversity. Diversity of ideas, measures and genders.

At the Women’s Reception: The Future is Female as part of the MIA 2020, we talk to four women from different age groups and professional backgrounds about the role of women in the energy transition and climate protection.

In addition to the input from the speakers, there is sufficient space for interaction, networking and get-together at the buffet.

We cordially invite you to this event from women, for women and men.

16:00 - 17:30
DIALOGUE IN FOCUS GROUPS: Digital transformation of society as a boundary condition for energy system transformation
hosted by BMK

For the continuous stakeholder dialogue to accompany the implementation of the energy research initiative in the climate and energy strategy, “focus groups” were set up in 2018 on the topics of “energy systems and networks”, “buildings and urban systems” and “breakthrough technologies for industry”.
This afternoon, thematic working groups will look into the question of what repercussions the digital transformation of society will have on the design of the energy systems of the future. The results will contribute to the conception of strategy and funding priorities of the Federal Ministry and the Climate and Energy Fund.

 

19:00 - 20:00
NETWORKING EVENING
powered by Sinfonia
EXKURSION
Outdoor
14:15 - 18:00
Themed excursion with discussion rounds on the topic of Plus-Energy Districts and energy communities
Deutsch

Themed excursion especially for mayors and regional developers

Possible destinations

  • Renovation elementary school Neu-Arzl
  • Renovation of Sinfonia residential building
  • Neighbourhood development Campagne – Creation of a new district centre, which above all tries to involve the local community and also takes social aspects into account in the planning
  • IKB Smart City Lab as an example for sector coupling

 

BURG HASEGG
Raum 2
SALZLAGER
SIDE STAGE - Kleine Säulenhalle
BURG HASEGG
Raum 3
BURG HASEGG
Raum 4
BURG HASEGG
Raum 5
INNOVATION TRAIL
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 6
tba
BURG HASEGG
Beheimsaal
SALZLAGER
MAIN STAGE - Große Säulenhalle
SALZLAGER
Kleine Säulenhalle
09:00 - 09:15
Welcome & Intro

Flashlight presentation will give you an overview of the Tech Days program and will help you to make your choice which session to join. 

09:15 - 10:00
KEYNOTE: The active consumer in the energy transition
Andrea Kollmann, Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Englisch

Socio-economic research in the energy field benefits from continuously improving access to household-level energy consumption data; most notably the smart metering infrastructure allows a better understanding of the drivers of households’ energy consumption. This presentation shows how different types of incentives can trigger behavioural change towards a more energy efficient lifestyle and also addresses the challenges for socio-economic research from a European perspectives showing results of a recent pan-EU survey among 18,000 Europeans.

10:00 - 10:30
coffee break
10:30 - 12:15
Energy Communities - Ideas turn into actions
hosted by Experts’ Group on R&D Priority Setting and Evaluation (EGRD)
Englisch

In order to implement the transition to a sustainable energy system “Energy Communities” play an important role. These reflect the energy needs of individual communities, their desires and engagements in addressing social, environmental, and economic opportunities and challenges in local energy production and use.

The aim of the workshop is to provide insights into examples of energy communities in the electricity sector, the opportunities and challenges they pose for current market and regulatory arrangements, and how they might be further facilitated.

 

The main three questions are:

How do Renewable Energy Communities (RECs) contribute to a sustainable energy system?

How do RECs influence the electricity system with respect to security and climate protection?

What are the unknowns of RECs – technical, political, social and economic?

12:15 - 13:30
lunch break & networking
13:30 - 15:15
New Storage – Application of storage solutions in energy systems
powered by Verbund AG
Englisch

In the session “New Storage” applications of different storage solutions will be presented and discussed, emphasizing the importance of storage in energy systems. The focus will be on different use cases and fields of application, ranging from sector coupling to the supply of network services over improved efficiency in power stations. The variety of stakeholders will become clear (energy providers, network, B2B customers, etc.) 

15:15 - 15:45
coffee break
15:45 - 17:30
Digital technologies as fundament of the energy systems of the future
Peter Dorfinger, Salzburg Research
Englisch

Data analytics, artificial intelligence, Blockchain solutions, 5G telecommunication standard – digital technologies are the basis for future smart services and business models in the energy system.

In this session latest results of research projects and startup initiatives will be presented and discussed in an international Panel.

17:30 - 18:00
Meet your Peers - time & space for discussion and reflection
18:00 - 18:30
wrap up & closing
19:00 - 20:00
NETWORKING DINNER
EXKURSION
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 2
10:30 - 12:15
Future storage solutions for sustainable and seasonal power storage in the energy system
hosted by AIT & TU Graz
Stefan Spirk, TU Graz
Thomas Fleckl, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
Englisch

In this session application examples of different seasonal power storage solutions will be presented and discussed. One challenge of the transformation of the energy system from fossil fuels to fluctuating renewables is the storage of large amounts of electrical energy (TWh) over a period of several months (seasonal storage). In the session, both the requirements for these storage facilities based on a completely decarbonized energy system and possible innovative and sustainable storage technologies will be presented and discussed.

12:15 - 13:30
lunch break & networking
13:30 - 15:15
New Mobility and Energy Communities: a win-win scenario?
Angelika Rauch, tbw research GesmbH
Peter Nowotny, Unternehmensberatung Peter Nowotny

Which technical, economic and social benefits can be derived from regional mobility communities joining local energy communities? Mobility-as-a-Service solution providers, regional transport associations, co-creation experts and promotors of local energy communities will present current challenges, cross-sector business models and best practise examples. Options for future steps and implementation strategies will be discussed with the session participants.

15:15 - 15:45
coffee break
15:45 - 17:30
Mobility solutions for sustainable alpine regions
hosted by Energie Tirol & Standortagentur Tirol
powered by VVT, IVB, greenstorm mobility
Deutsch

To achieve the goals of the energy transition, a concurrent “mobility transition” beyond the switch to alternative (ultimately electric) drives is essential. Besides new technologies and digitalization, approaches for a sustainable change in mobility behaviour is needed, resulting in a more efficient use of motorized transport (such as increased occupancy levels or public transport) and an increased use of non-motorized (active) forms of mobility as well as a combination of the two options (also known as intermodal mobility and multimodality).

The session “Mobility solutions for future-fit alpine regions” will focus on the behavioral changes necessary to increase sustainable mobility choices in an alpine environment.

In this, “Mobility as a service” is an important building block. It enables custom-tailored mobility offers and provides these offers, services and related tools to all target groups, ranging from the general population and everyday mobility to guests and tourism (beyond arrival and departure).

Best practices in the areas of (micro) public transport, car and ride sharing as well as tourism will provide ideas and impulses, and shall motivate everyone to take Action.

SALZLAGER
SIDE STAGE - Kleine Säulenhalle
BURG HASEGG
Raum 3
10:30 - 12:15
Digital crafts - The effects of digitalisation in the crafts sector
powered by digital.tirol
12:15 - 13:30
lunch break & networking
13:30 - 15:15
Energy Communities - Ideas turn into actions (part 2)
hosted by Experts’ Group on R&D Priority Setting and Evaluation (EGRD)
Englisch

In this workshop the key hypothesis of the previous session will be discussed on a detailed level. Learnings and insights from project partners will be presented and new ideas will be generated together with the workshop participants. 

15:15 - 15:45
coffee break
15:45 - 17:30
Connecting the Dots – Interoperability in Integrated Energy Systems
hosted by Technology Platform Smart Grids Austria
powered by Technology Platform Smart Grids Austria

In integrated energy systems hardware components like heat pumps, energy storage, charging stations, transformers, inverters, etc have to be connected in a smart way. Data is exchanged and all devices should be optimally controlled. Different interfaces established by technology providers lead to nearly unsolvable problems in practice, while the concept seems to be quite simple.  

 

In the Session Connecting the Dots – Interoperability in interconnected Energy Systems the Austrian Smart Grids Technology Platform presents challenges and opportunities regarding interoperability, current project results and international best practice examples. In the workshop part of this session, the participants learn more about the methodology to ensure interoperability and develop new ideas for their own project. 

BURG HASEGG
Raum 4
10:30 - 12:15
Role of the real estate sector in Positive Energie districts
12:15 - 13:30
lunch break & networking
13:30 - 15:15
Innovative municipal utilities in the age of digitalisation and new business models
powered by Hall AG
Manuel Kofler, HALL AG Kommunal GmbH
Wolfgang Woyke, Fachhochschule Kufstein Tirol Bildungs GmbH
Deutsch

The main 3 challenges are….
The most important experiences made by doing the rollout of Smart Meters and what´about the current status. Which chances and challenges are public service utilities faced with if Smart Metering will be in operation in its current form? Will smart City business models be the right proposal for the future? Experts coming from the regional public service providers and coming from the university will talk about running projects and strategies. There is enough room for extensive discussion.

15:15 - 15:45
coffee break
15:45 - 17:30
Circular economy in the construction industry: Planning, processes, recycling & Co.
BURG HASEGG
Raum 5
10:30 - 12:15
Industry Workshop: Business Models for “Hybrid” District Heating and Cooling Networks - Concrete challenges from the industry perspective
hosted by IEA DHC Annex TS3
Englisch
12:15 - 13:30
lunch break & networking
13:30 - 15:15
Industry Workshop: Business Models for “Hybrid” District Heating and Cooling Networks - Selected solutions from the international cooperation program Annex TS3
hosted by IEA DHC Annex TS3
Ralf-Roman Schmidt, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
Englisch
15:15 - 15:45
coffee break
15:45 - 17:30
Industry Workshop: Business Models for “Hybrid” District Heating and Cooling Networks - interactive workshop on business models and regulatory framework conditions
hosted by IEA DHC Annex TS3
Ralf-Roman Schmidt, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
Englisch
INNOVATION TRAIL
Outdoor
10:30 - 12:15
Innovation Trail: From energy supply to energy service – What is the impact of UN SDG´s?
hosted by FH Kufstein & Tirol Bildungs GmbH
Wolfgang Woyke, Fachhochschule Kufstein Tirol Bildungs GmbH
Deutsch
Englisch

The main 3 challenges are….

What is behind the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG´s) in general and special concerning the technology driven Nr. 7 (Affordable and Clean Energy), Nr. 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production) and Nr. 13 (Climate Action)? What do public service companies, municipalities and private companies concerning SDG´s?

13:30 - 15:15
hosted by GRÜNSTATTGRAU Forschungs- und Innovations GmbH
,
Deutsch

The issue of increasing density is related to land consumption. The necessary energy transition requires new structures and systems that allow combinations of technologies. Roof and facade surfaces are ideal potential areas for counteracting the degree of sealing by means of compensatory measures such as roof and facade greening. This upgrading of buildings can be supplemented by another valuable building block. solar technology. Building greenery can be combined with both photovoltaics and solar thermal energy. This dual use is a successful solution to standardize space requirements and it even generates synergy effects.

This Innovation Trail

  • Presents solutions that are ready for the market
  • identifies innovation needs and defines solutions to research questions
  • outlines future lighthouse projects
  • expands the circle of participants for a future PV green roof initiative (providers, manufacturers, energy planners, roof owners in rural regions, …)
  • analyses possible incentive systems and financing possibilities in Austria (experiences from other EU countries through EFB)

 

Host: Susanne Formanek, GRÜNSTATTGRAU Forschungs- und Innovations GmbH

15:45 - 17:30
Energy Communities - Innovation Sandboxes
Englisch

In this Deep Dive Session experts will present and discuss latest developments on EU and national level regarding the Citizen Energy Communities (CEC) and the Renewable Energy Community (REC), as well as the implementation in Austrian law.

BURG HASEGG
Raum 6
tba
09:30 - 12:00
Energy Communities - Networking Workshop
hosted by FH Technikum Wien
BURG HASEGG
Beheimsaal
SALZLAGER
MAIN STAGE - Große Säulenhalle
SALZLAGER
Kleine Säulenhalle
EXKURSION
Outdoor
09:30 - 13:00
Excursion to the BRENNER BASE TUNNEL
hosted by Standortagentur Tirol
,
BURG HASEGG
Raum 2
SALZLAGER
SIDE STAGE - Kleine Säulenhalle
BURG HASEGG
Raum 3
BURG HASEGG
Raum 4
BURG HASEGG
Raum 5
INNOVATION TRAIL
Outdoor
BURG HASEGG
Raum 6
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