We spent the final week of November at Frankfurt attending Enlit Europe 2022, a major European energy event following COP27 focused on stories of people, projects, and technologies driving the energy transition. From the various conversations, hub sessions and summit keynotes and panels we take a lot of learnings back with us. Here is a quick snapshot of our top takeaways.
The conference, held on March 20 in Oslo, focused on the e-smart opportunities that come along with the introduction of electronic/smart electricity metering by 2019, as required by Norwegian legislation. Micro-generation, changing consumption patterns and in Norway especially EV charging, will set new challenges to the grid.