Compliance Solutions Day, 24th September

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18.09.2020

Participate in Compliance Solutions Day 2020 on September 24th and get in touch with leading experts and innovative solution providers. It`s possible to attend the meeting via live stream.

"Compliance for Future: Fit for the future with effective compliance" is the title of the Compliance Solutions Day 2020 event.

The Compliance Solutions Day 2020 starts on September 24th at 8:30 at the Apothekersaal in Schloß Schönbrunn, Vienna. Due to the limited number of participants, a live stream is also possible this year. Three interesting keynote speakers, numerous lectures and many exhibitors await you. One of the lecturers is Mag. Peter Gratzl, Head of ConPlusUltra Compliance Management.

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Free webinars Legal Compliance

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09.09.2020

Be there – at the free ConPlusUltra webinars. Several times a month we offer interesting topics from technology + law.

The ConPlusUltra free webinars in autumn cover the following topics of legal compliance in German language:

  • Das neue Strahlenschutzgesetz
  • Pflichten und Haftungen von GeschäftsführerInnen und verantwortlichen Beauftragten im Umwelt-, Anlagen- und Arbeitsschutzrecht

Bisherige Gratis Webinare und wiederkehrende Themen:

  • Überblick Normenmanagement
  • Strukturierte Bescheidablage
  • Compliance Check
  • Überblick Gesetzesmanagement
  • Anforderungen an eine Compliance Software

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Kick-off meeting STRIDE

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09.09.2020

The Kick-Off meeting started the Interreg Danube Transnational Program project STRIDE. ConPlusUltra is part of the team and one of the project partner.

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The STRIDE project was approved by the Monitoring Committee of the Interreg Danube Transnational Program on May 18 th 2020. Goal of the STRIDE project is, to develop and integrate Smart Grid strategies and action plans at a regional/local level with a joint collaboration of participating Danube regions.

The STRIDE project, standing for Improved energy planning through the Integration of Smart Grid concepts in the Danube Region, is led by the Local Energy Agency Spodnje Podravje (LEASP) together with seven project partners and eight associated partners from Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Smart grids will make an important contribution to the development of the power grid in the future. Smart Grid concepts cover all areas – from the planning, operation, maintenance of the grid on one side and on the other side from production, transmission, distribution and end-use. Because of that Smart Grids have established a position very high on the European Union’s agenda.

Although prepared from a technological standpoint to implement Smart Grids, the Danube region is still in the early stages of the actual deployment of smart distribution systems, as regions and local communities across the Danube area lack knowledge and capacities for the integration of Smart Grid concepts into regional and local policies. Through knowledge transfer and the development of planning tools, the STRIDE project aims to provide a comprehensive support for regional/local policy makers for the improvement of energy planning.

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New Interreg Danube Projects

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08.09.2020

Only 35 proposals for Interreg Danube projects out of a total of 270 were successful. 3 of these are participated by ConPlusUltra GmbH.

It is fair to say that the last Interreg Danube Transnational Programme call was hotly contested!  This makes us all the prouder of having three of our projects on the 25 project winner’s list out of 270. These projects are scheduled to run for a total of two and a half years in partnership with our consortium members from the Danube region and the Western Balkans.

Both the projects „CSSC Lab“ and „STRIDE“ focus on energy storage and sector coupling, which are central to the debate on the energy transition. CSSC Lab concentrates on these topics at municipal level and STRIDE considers the development of regional micro-grid solutions.

The main aim of the DanubePeerChains project is to develop educational measures for small and medium-sized enterprises, which reflect the needs of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. These will be designed in cooperation with business support organisation and labour market institutions.

In all three projects, CPU will take a lead role in the conducting of strategic action plans as well as the carrying out of pilot measures and practical demonstrations. Kick-off meetings were organised for each of the projects in July. We expect to have the first results of our analyses at the transnational project level by the end of the summer.

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