Invitation for Final REFLEX Stakeholder Workshop



We are pleased to invite you to the Final REFLEX Stakeholder Workshop

Flexibility and Technological Progress in a Multi-Coupled European Energy System

taking place on 3rd April 2019 in Brussels.

After almost three years of project duration we organize a public stakeholder workshop to present and discuss the main results of the REFLEX project with the European Commission and interested stakeholders. This afternoon event brings together representatives from policy, industry and science to discuss the need of flexibility in the future European energy system as well as potential flexibility options and market design requirements under consideration of technological progress and impacts on societal and environmental life cycles. The topic will be addressed in keynote presentations and a panel discussion with the following energy experts:

  • Dr. Andreas Zucker (confirmed), Policy Officer at DG ENER, European Commission
  • Samuel Enggist (confirmed), Senior Business Development Manager, tiko Energy Solutions AG
  • Prof. Dr. Thierry Coosemans (confirmed), Director EVERGi at MOBI – Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Please find the agenda and further information on http://reflex-project.eu/public/.

The keynote-presentations and panel discussion are complemented by final insights from the REFLEX project (www.reflex-project.eu), which is funded by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme [GA-No. 691685].

We are glad to receive your registration until 25th March 2019 via the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/92NnzGtoQH3xBxfj2

The workshop is free of charge. If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us via following e-mail address: steffi.schreiber@tu-dresden.de


The REFLEX-project analyses and evaluates the development towards a low-carbon energy system with focus on flexibility options in the European Union to support the implementation of the SET-Plan. It has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme [GA-No. 691685].

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