From November 28 to 30, the SENDER project was exhibiting at #EnlitEurope 2023, an international forum addressing all aspects of the energy agenda at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles (Pavilion 7 – Entrance A2).

An excellent opportunity for our team, represented by Raphaëlle Viguier and Solène Fovelle from Euroquality and Anaïs Walle from TRIALOG, together with many EU-funded projects participating in programmes such as Horizon Europe, Life and CEF, to showcase our achievements and results to energy investors and other stakeholders, enabling a basis for discussion for the implementation of sustainable measures in the field of energy transition.

During the Hub Sessions, the projects participating in the EU Projects Zone shared their best practices, findings and technologies.

Technologies for Consumers” hub session

On Wednesday, Elena Calzado Roldán (from Smart Innovation Norway, SENDER’s project coordinator) took part in the “Technologies for Consumers” round table from 11.30am to 12.30pm at the EU Projects Zone – Theatre 1 (Hall 7.2) Hub Sessions.

This session sought to demystify the technologies that can help consumers save money and take control of their energy and data. The focus was on demand response, smart appliances, smart metering and peak management for heating and cooling.

Projects participating in the discussion: TradeRES, Interconnect Project, RESONANCE Project, ProbonoH2020, RENergetic Project, H2020 SENDER, ECOFACT-project.


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Launched in 2017, The EU Projects Zone has welcomed a growing number of EU funded projects showcasing their findings at our annual Conference and Exhibition, involving hundreds of partners and contributing to an engaging programme.