12–13 November 2014
The 4th International Conference & Workshop
The European energy infrastructure for electricity, gas, and oil is ageing and is not suited to meet the future energy demand, to ensure secure supply, and to connect and take up the rapidly increasing energy amount needed to lower greenhouse gas emissions. An optimised energy network and infrastructure is needed. The European Commission adopted the proposal for a Regulation on "Guidelines for Trans-European Energy Infrastructure" aiming to ensure that strategic energy networks and storage facilities are completed by 2020. Priority corridors and areas covering electricity, gas, oil and CO2 transport networks are identified.
Infrastructure is physical and organizational structures needed for the operation of any production facilities or services and basically is the set of interconnected structural elements providing commodities and services essential to enable, sustain, and/or enhance societal living conditions.
Transport energy from producer to consumer
Energy Infrastructure may be defined as the large-scale enabling technologies to:
Direct and manage energy flow
As such, Energy Infrastructure naturally includes the traditional utilities associated with energy transport and management (coal transport trains, natural gas pipelines, electric transmission lines, etc.). However, the field also covers large-scale energy management technology such as advanced electricity metering and distribution systems, smart building technologies, and modern power plant control systems.
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The objective of REMOO-2014 Conference and Workshop was to provide an international platform and forum for the discussion of issues affecting the sustainable energy infrastructure development in the region, with a focus on enhancing the technical, economic and regulatory competitiveness of different technologies. Leading experts provided information and insights that helped you and your company to successfully navigate through the complex and changing marketplace of energy infrastructure and to get an up-to-date overview.:
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