1 INTELLIGENT ELECTRICAL NETWORKS: A KEY ELEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW MODELS OF GROWTH PRELIMINARY PROGRAM November 30, 2010 Morning session 9:00 a.m. Welcome coffee and registration 9:30 a.m. Welcome address Gilberto Callera, President - WEC Italy SMART GRIDS IN THE INTERNATIONAL ARENA Chairman: Francesco Giorgianni, vice-president - WEC Italy 9:40 a.m. Clean Energy Ministerial Initiative Washington DC - Energy Efficiency/Smart Grid Rick Duke - Deputy Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy, Director Climate Change Technology Program Office of Policy & International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy* 10:00 a.m. Smart Grids in Latin America - Concepts and technologies Manlio Coviello - Chief Natural Resources & Energy Unit CEPAL/ECLAC, United Nations* 10:20 a.m. Asian state experience TO BE DEFINED THE EUROPEAN POLITICAL-NORMATIVE SITUATION 10:40 a.m. European Commission policies, initiatives and financing for Smart Grids development Raffaele Liberali (DG Research, K Directorate - Energy) 11:00 a.m. The contribution of the Italian government at the European and international level Marcello Capra - Ministry of Economic Development
2 11:20 a.m. Smart city, support programs and the Mayors accord Samuele Furfari - European Commission November 30 December 1, 2010 Rome 11:40 a.m. Intelligent Energy Systems of Tomorrow-Smart Grid Pioneers in Austria-Strategies-Projects-Pioneer Regions Michael Huebner - Strategy and Program Management Energy and Environmental Technologies - Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology 12:00 p.m. Questions and Answers Problems and opportunities: the standpoint of European Associations 12:20 p.m. Giuliano Monizza, T&D Europe The European Association of the Electricity Transmission and Distribution Equipment and Services Industry 12:40 p.m. Digital Europe Association of European ICT companies Address by spokesman for Digital Europe 1:00 p.m. Lunch AFTERNOON SESSION Transmission: state of the art, best practices and international case histories. Solutions to existing problems. Chairman: Alessandro Bertani, CESI Keynote address by European Associations of Transmission and Distribution System Operators 2:30 p.m. Transmission System Operators - TSO Address by spokesman for ENTSO-E 2:50 p.m. Distribution System Operators - DSO Address by Livio Gallo - President, European DSO Association for Smart Grid (EDSO-SG) 3:10 p.m. The mid to long term impact of smart grids on a foreign TSO. 3: 30p.m. The mid to long term impact of smart grids on a foreign DSO. The Iberian experience*
3 3: 50 p.m. The development of Interconnection on the global scale and the importance of the Smart Grid Alessandro Clerici, Director, Interconnectivity Task Force - World Energy Council 4:10-4:30 coffee break International case histories 4:30-6:00 p.m. IBM - Michael Valochi - Vice President/Partner Global Industry Leader Energy and Utilities IBM Global Siemens ABB - Smart Grid in the Gotland Island Current Fabio Casali, Director Utility Solutions Defining an OPEN Smart Grid and Its Value Samares Oracle 6:00 p.m. End of the first day of conference 9:00 a.m. Welcome coffee and registration December 1, 2010 SMART GRID: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ITALIAN INDUSTRY Chairman: Diego Gavagnin, Advisor - Gruppo Italia Energia 9:30 a.m. Welcome address Ministry of Economic Development* Guidalberto Guidi- ANIE* Alessandro Ortis - Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas* An examination of the main problems related to transport and distribution issues in Italy 10:30 a.m. Carlo Sabelli -Terna 10:45 a.m. Paola Petroni - Enel 11:00 a.m. Federutility representative 11:15 a.m.
4 Maria Antonietta Portaluri General Director ANIE November 30 December 1, 2010 Rome 11:30 a.m. Integration and contribution of renewable sources towards making distribution systems more intelligent Marco Pezzaglia - Scientific Director, Renewable Energy Producers Association (Aper- Italy) 11:45 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Smart Grid: definition, application and models Presentation of the EnergyLab Foundation Report Andrea Silvestri - Politechnic of Milan Maurizio Delfanti - Politechnic of Milan Massimo Gallanti RSE (Research into Electrical Systems) 1:00 p.m. Lunch 2:10 p.m. 39/2010: the first resolution on Smart Grid in Italy Egidio Fedele Dell Oste - Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas, Tariffs Direction 2:30-3:15 p.m. National case histories - Applications Genova Smart City Stefano Massucco University of Genova Pantelleria energy mix and smart grid Giorgio Graditi Enea Integris project A2A 3:15 4:15 p.m. Technologies and integrated models: Telecom Italia Siemens IBM Elsag Copa-Data STMicroelectronics 4:15-4:30 p.m. coffee break 4:30 p.m. Round table: Proposals for Smart Grid development in Italy Moderated by a national journalist* Participants: Terna, Enel, Minstry of Economic Development, Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas - AEEG, Italian Electrotechnical and Electronic Companies Federation - ANIE, Federutility, National Association of Electricity Enterprises - Assoelettrica, CESI, GSE
5 Definition of proposals for development of Smart Grids in Italy, to be submitted to the Ministry for Economic Development 5:30 p.m. Debate 6:00 p.m. End of conference * Speakers to be confirmed Scientific committee Samuele Furfari, European Commission - Marcello Capra, Ministry for Economic Development - Luca Lo Schiavo, Regulatory Authority for Electricity and Gas - Alessandro Clerici, Paolo D Ermo, WEC Italy - Silvio Bosetti, Angela Casertano, EnergyLab Foundation - Ilaria Bottio, Airu- Roberto Maietti, Antonio De Bellis, Marco Vecchio, Elisabetta Orsenigo, Anie - Marco Pigni, Aper - Domenico Villani, Ferruccio Giornelli, Alessandro Bertani, Cesi Massimo Gallanti, Stefano Massucco, RSE - Mattia Sica, Gianluca Spitella Federutility - Mauro Bozzola, Stefano Delli Colli, Diego Gavagnin, Gruppo Italia Energia Organizing Committee Anie, Gruppo Italia Energia, WEC Italy