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State-Sponsored Smart Grid Pilot Projects Demonstrate Energy Savings Potential

On 17/18 January 2013 the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) hosted the “E-Energy – Smart Energy Made in Germany” final conference at which the results of six state-sponsored smart grid projects carried out in six pilot regions in Germany were being presented. According to the BMWi press release the results are promising, showing energy savings potential of up to 10% for private households.

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Smart Grid Pilot Projects in Germany – First Project Completed

Under the auspices of the government sponsored support programme, smart grids are currently being tested in six pilot regions in Germany. A new brochure provides an overview of the different projects and first results of on „E-Energy – IKT-basiertes Energiesystem der Zukunft“ (E-Energy – ICT-based energy systems of the future). The eTelligence project that took place in northern Germany, in the city of Cuxhaven, has been sucessfully completed in late November.

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E-Energy Annual Convention Highlights Smart Grid Pilot Projects

More than 300 experts convene in Berlin for the 2nd E-Energy Convention on 11/12 January 2010. The convention highlights smart grid pilot projects.

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