Innovation Challenge - Belgium - Electricity forecasting technology
The winner of this start-up challenge can win a proof-of-concept worth €20 000.
A grid operator is looking for companies that supply technology to improve electricity generation and consumption forecasts.
You should be a start-up company that is developing solutions based on:
- big data
- predictive analysis
- artificial intelligence
Your concept, solution or technology will be evaluated by the company through a competitive challenge.
The company has significant expertise in managing electricity grids, both in Belgium and Germany.
Proposals can be registered until 25 March 2018.
Participation is free of charge and proposals can be delivered in English.
Submit your expression of interest to the Department for International Trade team in Belgium.
All submissions will be reviewed and you will be notified of any potential next steps.
You can only submit a proposal if you are a UK registered company.
For further information and to submit your proposal - please click here.
Original article link: http://www.techuk.org/insights/news/item/12280-innovation-challenge-belgium-electricity-forecasting-technology
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