Michael Hübner

Experienced Program Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration and transnational collaboration. Skilled in Sustainable Development, Innovation Management, Government, Smart Grid, and Energy Efficiency. Strong business development professional with technical background as communication engineer. The National Stakeholder Coordination Group (NSCG) is a sounding board and exchange platform for national R&I stakeholders in the area of smart energy systems and networks, enabling them to contribute actively and in a coordinated way to the goals as European SET-Plan. The NSCG addresses national R&I policy makers, R&I funding program managers, key research institutes (typically members of EERA), R&I platforms (“Technology Platforms” or similar – typically consisting of grid operators, technology providers, R&D-institutes) and experts from regulators. It provides a framework for exchange and coordination among national stakeholders as well as with the working groups of ETIP SNET or other relevant ETIPs. The group shall reflect and comment on the ETIP activities from a national stakeholder´s perspective. The NSCG is organised by European member states, supported by ERA-Net Smart Grids Plus, additionally facilitated by the European Commission and ETIP SNET.

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