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The site visit of Salzburg took place from 26 to 27 of June 2017. On the first day, the participants from the ReFlex project went to Köstendorf by electric car, a small village in the district of Salzburg, to learn from the experiments carried out in the frame of the Smart Grid community Köstendorf. The detailed discussions continued during dinner. On the second day, a workshop was held at the headquarters of Salzburg Netz GmbH, the regional multi-utility system operator for the city and the district of Salzburg. The objectives of the workshop were to present first results of the ReFlex project and get insights from experts on Smart Grid and Smart Energy projects as well as identifying topics of interests for the next Community of Practice (COP) workshop that will be held in October 2017 in Malmö. 

The first Community of Practice workshop, organized in the framework of the EU-funded Project ReFlex, took place from the 13th to 15th of March 2017 in Wüstenrot, a village close to Stuttgart in Germany. This event brought together up to 30 participants: Swedish, German, Austrian and Swiss project partners, stakeholders and experts of the seven running demo sites participating in the ReFlex project. The main objectives of this event were to learn from the field-testing experiments carried out by the ReFlex partners, to identify and to discuss crosscutting issues (marketplace, stakeholders, and technology) encountered in the demo site regions and, furthermore, to agree upon research questions to be followed up.

The first Community of Practice (COP) workshop, organized in the framework of the EU-funded Project Reflex, took place from the 13th to 15th March 2017 in Wüstenrot, a village close to Stuttgart in Germany. This event brought together up to 30 participants: Swedish, German, Austrian and Swiss project partners, stakeholders and experts of the seven running demo sites participating in the ReFlex project.


Group picture of the attendees of the Reflex 1st CoP (Wüstenrot)

The main objectives of this event were to learn from the field-testing experiments carried out by the ReFlex partners, to identify and to discuss crosscutting issues (marketplace, stakeholders and technology) encountered in the demo regions and, furthermore, to agree upon research questions to be followed up.

Day 1 was dedicated to the demo site in Wüstenrot. On day 2 a poster gallery offered the opportunity to talk and get feedback from demo site representatives as well as to have a better overview of the smart grid projects and their highlights.

 
 Posters presentation (Wüstenrot)

 

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