Business Hub

Power to Buildings

Business Hub

Enabling smart and sustainable buildings across Europe

What? Why? How?

As buildings make up a sizable portion of end energy consumption in Europe, they constitute an essential pillar in the transformation of the European energy architecture.

What steps can we take to ensure that they become a key vector in our journey towards a resilient and decarbonised European clean energy system? From a policy perspective, Eurelectric is already actively advocating for energy-efficiency and electrification as key solutions.

The business world also has its role to play. An integrated approach, spanning across sectors, is how we can identify the operational challenges and business opportunities that the rehabilitation of clean-powered buildings raise.

The Power to Buildings Business Hub, led by Eurelectric and supported by Schneider Electric, brings together:

All these market players will exchange their business challenges and industry solutions at quarterly peer exchanges devoted to enabling smart and sustainable buildings across Europe.

Discussion Topics

Electric heating
& cooling

Load
management

Smart solutions and automation

RES and storage solutions

Charging
solutions

Energy
efficiency

Sustainable materials

Demand
response

Flexibility

Metering and
sub-metering

Prosumers and customer incentives

Investments & renovation

Job skills, competence building

Accelerating standardised offers

Industrial PPAs for heating

Calendar of Meetings

Power to Buildings kick-off meeting

20 October 15:00-17:00 CET, Brussels and on-line

More than 60 manufacturers, utilities, software and service providers attended the Power to Buildings kick-off meeting

Members

Knowledge Partner

accenture
AFRY
ampeco
chargepoint
copenhagen_electronics
daimler_truck
dnv
dtek
DLMS
edf
EHPA
enel
esb
EuropeOn
EY
flexidao
furgo
GE
Gireve
glen_dimplex
IBM
microsoft
oracle
huawei
metroscope
mitsubishi_electric
pkee
pure_energy
sas
sense
umlaut
upm_biofore
siemens
smart_en
the_smarter_europe

Join the Hub!