Webinar: Energy Communities 04, 11 &18/06/2021 - 11:00 - 13:00

Du : Friday, June 4, 2021
Au : Friday, June 4, 2021
Venue : Virtual Event in 3 sessions

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Ticket : Energy Communities - update price after login €305 Acheter des billets 

The energy transition induces a major shift in the way energy is produced because production capacities are more and more decentralized. In order to efficiently use the grid capabilities, the consumption of this local energy relies on giving the final consumer a centric role, becoming increasingly important.

This growing consumers' role is leading to the emergence of energy communities, which provide a framework for producers and consumers to manage their energy with each other. Nevertheless, strong legal, economic and technical challenges still exist in order to create a fruitful ground for energy communities to develop.

The SRBE invites you to these study days during which you will develop a better understanding on how energy communities are taking shape and which of the main underlying challenges still need to be tackled.

Speakers will share their experience through their involvement in e.g. designing the Belgian regulatory framework, assessing the key economical, societal and environmental levers, developing innovative technical tools and contributing to concrete pilot projects within the 3 regions.


Chairman: Benoit Aubard (SIA Partners)

Session 1 – June, 4th : Concepts and Frameworks

1.        Introduction and concepts: Benoit Aubard (SIA Partners)

2.        Energy communities in Belgium: a European regulatory framework and local implementations: David Haverbeke and Samuel Verschraegen (Fieldfisher)

3.        Energy communities: economic drivers and uncertainties: Raphaël Castadot (SIA Partners)

4.        Projets pilotes au sein d’ORES - leviers sociaux et environnementaux : Guillaume Cambier (ORES)

Session 2 – June 11th : Economic and Technology

1.        What can bring a daily or a seasonal storage to an energy community project ? : Patrick Hendrick (ULB)

2.        Les Communautés d'Energie comme nœud intermédiaire de la décentralisation de l'énergie : quel potentiel ? : Cathy Crunelle (ENGIE-Laborelec)

3.        Impact van het Vlaamse kader op de processen en systemen van de DNB : Sven Van Den Bosch (FLUVIUS)

4.        Key factors to consider for collective self-consumption business models in residential segments : Alice Detollenaere (Bequerel Institute)

5.        Services et outils digitaux pour optimiser les communautés d’énergie : Eric Vermeulen (Haulogy)

Session 3 – June, 18th : Case studies

1.        Aperçu de projets pilotes en région liégeoise : Simon Lachi (RESA)

2.        Statut des projets pilotes sur la région Bruxelles Capitale : Daphné Benzennou (SIBELGA)

3.        Cas concret de CER : « PME Nos bambins » à Ganshoren : Benjamin Wilkin (APERE)

4.        Cas d’usage de communautés d’énergie dans l’écosystème d’innovation IO Energy :  Jessie Moelans (ELIA)

5.        Présentation du projet Quai des usines/Werkhuizenkaai à Bruxelles : Magali Gontier (ENGIE-Laborelec)

Your registration will give you all access to the 3 sessions and is offered at the following prices:

·         1. Non-members: 305€ HT

·         2. Members: 157€ HT

·         3. Members who are Teachers, -30s, students and pensioners: 57€ HT

Following your registration, you will receive a link through Microsoft Teams to attend the webinars a few days before the first session.

Contact : Patricia Matthys
Téléphone : 022371118
Email : info@kbve-srbe.be