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Smart Grid Security Perspective from Emil Gurevitch
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Danish utility SEAS-NVE collaborated with Networked Energy Services to implement Patagonia Smart Meter Security Enhancements


Mention ‘security’ today and many people immediately think of hacks or viruses and the need for cybersecurity.
Likewise, many assume that a new IT-based system comes with adequate security built in.
But these assumptions are both quite wrong when it comes to smart meters, says Emil Gurevitch, Security Software Engineer at Networked Energy Services (NES), a provider of smart grid and security solutions globally.
“We often see people equating a smart meter system to a traditional IT system but their characteristics are very different. That needs to be understood or the risk analysis won’t be accurate.”
 

Smart Meter Security Landscape

There are three sets of threats that need to be addressed for a smart metering system, Gurevitch points out. There are the ‘old school’ threats of fraud, theft and safety, which have long been a top concern for utilities.
There is a newer and growing group of regulatory threats around non-compliance, such as the General Data Protection Regulation in Europe. And then there are all the threats associated with IT, such as cyberattacks that can prevent a utility from delivering its services.
“Some of these threats are similar to those of an IT system, but their priorities differ,” comments Gurevitch. “And they are not static and continue to evolve and so the security solutions must likewise continue to evolve.”
 

SEAS-NVE Investigates Security  

Back in 2014, when utility IT breaches were starting to make headlines, Denmark’s largest cooperative utility SEAS-NVE was encouraged to look more closely into its own security arrangements.
“At the time our smart meters were installed, security wasn’t a priority issue,” says Bo Danielsen, Head of Department at SEAS-NVE. “But with smart meters as a critical infrastructure for our business offering 400,000 potential attack points, we needed to ensure the system was as secure as possible.”
The upshot was an approach to the Technical University of Denmark located near to Copenhagen as an outside party for academic input. This resulted in Gurevitch, then a master’s student there, undertaking for his thesis a detailed investigation of SEAS-NVE’s smart metering system from a security perspective and presenting solutions to address problems found.
“Our intention was to create a win-win-win solution for our customers, the company and the vendor by aiming for the most secure system on the market,” says Danielsen.
 

Advanced Smart Meter Security

The outcome of that investigation was a series of security enhancements to NES’s Patagonia smart metering platform aimed at addressing both the current security needs as well as future issues that may arise during the lifetime of the system.
“These features provide higher levels of protection end to end across the system, from the central management layer at the utility to the internet-connected devices such as data concentrators and the smart meters themselves,” says Gurevitch.
Examples he quotes include improved communications security between the different layers of the system and a new key management system providing automatic key updates at regular intervals. Others include improved intrusion detection based on the smart meter characteristics to detect abnormal behaviours, and improved ‘compartmentalisation’ to ensure that a breach into a meter is restricted to that meter alone.
“Signals of possible security breaches land at the utility management system and with these enhanced features, the false-positive rate has been reduced. So if a signal is received, one can be very sure there is something going on,” he says.
 

OSGP security compliance

Another outcome of the project that Gurevitch highlights is an update of the security definitions and specifications of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP), a global open standard for smart grid applications.
“This positively impacts on all those who implement OSGP-based solutions, while from NES’s perspective, the updates automatically benefit all other customers.”
He comments that when he speaks to customers, he wants to hear that the new enhancements are “just another update” that has come virtually unnoticed via a remote firmware upgrade. “It is essential that updates should not change the performance of the system and that the security features are working behind the scenes without impacting on the meter data collection process.
“If a security feature prevents the utility from meeting its KPIs, then it is not a security feature in our view.”

SEAS-NVE security experience

Danielsen says that from SEAS-NVE’s perspective, the partnership between the three parties - utility, academia and  vendor - has been very fruitful.
“Security is a common problem we face as an industry and it has enabled us to have a hands-on role in the direction of developments in this area,” he says.
“If a utility suffers a security breach then it is likely that SEAS-NVE will face a similar attack and we feel it is important to have the bigger picture rather than focus on just our own little corner of the world.”
Danielsen offers one piece of advice to utilities. He states that the remote firmware update process isn’t trivial and needs planning and monitoring to implement and complete for many thousands of smart meters. For his part, Gurevitch, who notes that further security updates are in the pipeline, advises that utilities looking to enhance their security should complete a risk assessment in advance.
“One of the key lessons here is that you need to understand the security issues you are dealing with in order to determine your security needs and priorities. There is no one solution that fits all and a risk assessment is essential.”

NES clarifies that Echelon meters were not associated with the recent 
Static Energy Meter Accuracy Report

San Jose, CA, March 29th, 2017: Networked Energy Services Corporation (NES), a global smart grid solution provider with the industry’s leading Patagonia Energy Applications Platform (EAPTM), announced today the University of Twente in the Netherlands had not tested the accuracy of its meter in the recent published Static Energy Meter Accuracy Report. Recently there have been various industry articles referencing this report that identified meter accuracy errors caused by certain laboratory conditions meant to simulate households using numerous electromagnetic emitting devices. Some of these articles unintentionally misused a photo of an Echelon meter, but the University confirmed that Echelon meters were not part of the meters included in the report.
 

The University of Twente also informed NES, which was formed from the spinoff of Echelon Corporation’s Grid Modernization Division in 2014, that the University had tested an Echelon meter in a separate previous study by the University.  The Echelon meter tested correctly and accurately, and did not provide the accuracy errors associated with the meters in the well-publicized study.

“In the earlier study, an Echelon meter was also tested, and our testing results show that this is one of the most reliable meters,” said Prof. Frank Leferink from the University of Twente. “In our research, the Echelon meter kept its measurements comparable to the readings of the Ferraris meter.”

In response to the various articles, ESMIG, the European voice of the providers of smart energy solutions, issued a positon paper about the research. ESMIG and its members, which includes NES, announced that while it supports independent research studies, it believes that the study in question did not properly represent real world conditions. ESMIG’s position paper was meant to reassure policy makers, network operators, electricity suppliers and most importantly, European consumers, that the smart metering technology being deployed in Europe is robust, secure and accurate.

“The issue identified in the report is not specific to the measurement technology in a meter but rather how a vendor implements the technology. If designed properly, these types of conditions do not negatively impact the accuracy of meters,” said Andy Robinson, CTO of NES. "We have known about these conditions since 2008 and designed our meters accordingly. NES meters meet, and often surpass, the requirements of the testing standards under the EU Measuring Instruments Directive (MID), which ensure their accuracy, reliability, durability and safety."
 
About Networked Energy Services Corporation (NES)

Networked Energy Services Corporation is a global smart energy leader in the worldwide transformation of the electricity grid into an energy control network, enabling utilities to provide their customers with a more efficient and reliable service, to protect their systems from current and emerging cybersecurity threats, and to offer innovative new services that enable active, intelligence use of energy. NES was formed as a result of the spinoff of Echelon Corporation’s Grid Modernization Division in October 2014. NES is headquartered in the US with R&D centers located in Silicon Valley, North Dakota and Poland, and sales offices throughout the world. NES’ smart grid technology is used in nearly 40 million smart meters and other smart end devices around the world. NES is a member of the OSGP Alliance, a global association of utilities and smart grid companies, which promotes the Open Smart Grid Protocol and cooperates to provide utilities greater value by enabling true, independently-certified, multi-vendor interoperability based upon open international specifications and standards.  You can find out more information about NES, its Patagonia Energy Applications PlatformTM (including grid management software, distributed control nodes, and smart meters) and services at: www.networkedenergy.com.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 15, 2016 The OSGP Alliance is pleased to welcome a new member to its growing organization. TAURON Distribution S.A. from Poland is the newest member of the OSGP Alliance. Tauron Distribution, part of the Tauron Group, is the second largest electricity supplier in Poland supplies electricity to approximately 5.4 million customers in Poland.

TAURON Distribution S.A. is in the process of completing the installation of 330,000 smart meters as part of its AMIplus Smart City Wroclaw project. The project, which began in 2014 and is scheduled to be completed in 2017, uses interoperable smart meters from multiple meter vendors that are compliant with OSGP (Open Smart Grid Protocol). 

“The aim of our Wroclaw smart metering project is to provide customers with the tools for effective monitoring of electricity consumption, and assist the company with the next step in improving its electricity distribution process”, says Robert Zasina, President of TAURON Distribution. “Our decision to join the OSGP Alliance is directly because of the results of this project using interoperability OSGP smart meters from NES and Apator. We look forward to contributing to the Alliance and sharing our experiences with other Alliance members,” “The energy industry is facing countless new challenges. Most issues revolve around the 'energy trilemma' meaning the sector is striving to ensure that energy is secure, sustainable and affordable. The vision of OSGP is a strong participation of key industry stakeholders working together to realize the next generation smart grid leading towards the long-term goals of the smart grid: affordability, security and sustainability. We are excited Tauron is joining us in reaching these goals”, says Bo Danielsen, Chairman of the OSGP Alliance. “On behalf of the OSGP Alliance, we look forward to incorporate their knowledge and know-how in the development and implementation of added value services in OSGP.”

This week, the OSPG Alliance is exhibiting at the European Utility Week in Barcelona, which is expected to be attended by more than 12,000 visitors from more than 80 countries.  “We are pleased to be part of this interesting event where we will meet with potential new members, our existing members, and share the latest developments on the Open Smart Grid Protocol and developments in the market”. 
 

About The Open Smart Grid Protocol

The Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) is a family of specifications published by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) used in conjunction with the ISO/IEC 14908 control networking standard for smart grid applications. OSGP is optimized to provide reliable and efficient delivery of command and control information for smart meters, direct load control modules, solar panels, gateways, and other smart grid devices. With over 5 million OSGP based smart meters and devices deployed worldwide it is one of the most widely used smart meter and smart grid device networking standards.
 

About The OSGP Alliance

The OSGP Alliance, founded in 2006 as the Energy Services Network Association (ESNA), is an independent global, not-for-profit association that promotes the adoption of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) and related services and infrastructure for smart grid applications. Members include utilities, software, hardware and service providers, and solution integrators that share a common goal and vision for promoting open standards for energy demand side management, smart grid and smart metering systems. More information about the OSGP Alliance can be found at www.osgp.org.


Contact:

Marie-Louise van Rossum
Secretariat@osgp.org

The OSGP Alliance gathered leading security experts together to emphasize the importance of security solutions for smart metering and smart grid applications.


Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 5, 2016 - The OSGP Alliance (www.osgp.org), an independent, global, not-for-profit association comprised of prominent utilities, systems integrators, service providers as well as smart grid equipment and software product developers, announced that it successfully completed a Smart Grid Security Summit on September 28th in Gdansk, Poland with industry and national leadership.
 

In collaboration with the Polish Ministry of Energy, the OSGP Alliance organized a Security Summit that was attended by the Ministry, utilities, and vendors including leading security and industry experts. The Keynote Speakers were Andrzej Kazimierski from the Polish Ministry of Energy and Mariusz Busilo from Mazovia Cluuter ICT / Supervisory Board PGE EXATEL, who presented information regarding the Polish Ministry of Energy Grid Security Strategy and Legal Challenges.
 

The other distinguished speakers were Tomasz Szalach from Ernst & Young, Emil Gurevitch from NES, Mariusz Jurczyk from Tauron, Aleksander Babs from the Institute of Power Engineering, Poul Eriksen from Develco and Bo Danielsen from SEAS-NVE in Denmark. Key topics included defensive strategies against common attacks, NES Smart Grid Solution security approach, Tauron’s Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Case Study, comprehensive smart metering security assessments, home area networking security, and a roundtable discussion with industry leaders centered on today and future trends.
 

The participants and speakers all thought the Security Summit was very informative and of great value balancing the legal and governmental perspective with practical implementations of approaches to cyber security in smart grid technology. Attendees were able to learn about important security implementations and capabilities in the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) that utilities are successfully using in various OSGP based smart grid implementations. One of the highlights was the opportunity to learn about real world projects, such as Tauron’s AMIplus Smart City Wrocław project. Tauron’s AMI Project Manager Mariusz Jurczyk presented a case study that explained how Tauron put great emphasis on security in its 350k OSGP based project that aligns with the recommendations outlined by the Ministry of Energy and presented by EY at the Summit.

“When we are dealing with meter and billing data we are not only dealing with business critical data, we are also dealing with customer private data. That’s is a great responsibility that we, as an industry, need to take seriously,” said Bo Danielsen, the Head of Installation and Metering at SEAS-NVE. “With the tremendous possibilities that come with digital metering technology, also comes the threat from cyber hackers and criminals. It´s a common threat, so we should seek common solutions and share our experience and knowhow. And that is exactly why we at SEAS-NVE started the collaboration with NES and DTU, and that is exactly why I am so happy to see the OSGP alliance putting a focus on this subject.”

“The event was outstanding and a great opportunity to collaborate with other industry experts,” said Andy Robinson, the Chief Technology Officer of NES and also master of ceremony of the event. He added, “Cyberattacks against the power grid are very real.  Collaboration between industry and government is very important for the development of security policies and standards while still enabling innovation. As a member of the OSGP Alliance, NES believes security is fundamental to everything we do.”
 

About The Open Smart Grid Protocol

The Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) is a family of specifications published by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) used in conjunction with the ISO/IEC 14908 control networking standard for smart grid applications. OSGP is optimized to provide reliable and efficient delivery of command and control information for smart meters, direct load control modules, solar panels, gateways, and other smart grid devices. With over 5 million OSGP based smart meters and devices deployed worldwide it is one of the most widely used smart meter and smart grid device networking standards.
 

About The OSGP Alliance

The OSGP Alliance, founded in 2006 as the Energy Services Network Association (ESNA), is an independent global, not-for-profit association that promotes the adoption of the Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) and related services and infrastructure for smart grid applications. Members include utilities, software, hardware and service providers, and solution integrators that share a common goal and vision for promoting open standards for energy demand side management, smart grid and smart metering systems. More information about the OSGP Alliance can be found at www.osgp.org

Contact:
Marie-Louise van Rossum
Secretariat@osgp.org

The XXVI Economic Forum in Krynica speaks not only about economic theory, but also about practical solutions that can be applied in our homes, such as smart electricity meters.
About how the so called smart metering of electric power consumption works, explains Mariusz Jurczyk, project manager for AMI Tauron Distribution.

 

- These meters are a new generation of electronics that allow the measurement of energy at an hourly rate. They help to build awareness of how to use electricity as efficiently as possible. They also provide a wealth of information to the distributor of energy on the work of the power grid - explains the guest of Polish Radio 24.
 

Remote control

Such devices are capable, says Mariusz Jurczyk, of controlling the power consumption of the public.

- The devices can also allow remote change of tariffs, along with remote enabling and disabling of the installation of a recipient depending on various external events. We can control it remotely - explains the expert.

Power consumption can be tracked on your phone or tablet

Smart meters also allow the tracking of energy consumption in our homes, such as the consumption of the washing machine and fridge, for example, on your mobile phone or tablet after installing the appropriate application.

- With this application, customers can see at what time their energy consumption was significant. This will make them consider that devices in the household are causing considerable energy consumption, and that there is a need to replace them with something more efficient - says Mariusz Jurczyk.

Collector visits are no longer needed

Smart meters allow for remote reading, so collector visits to the homes of customers are no longer necessary.

- We have a remote reading system, and on this basis we will charge our customers. We will certainly monitor the meters, their technical conditions, proper functioning and, once every few years, we will do auditing control and verification. - says Mariusz Jurczyk.

Not only smart meters, but the socket too

The guest of Polish Radio 24 added, in addition to smart meters, customers of Tauron may also equip their homes with smart sockets.

- It allows you to remotely disable a device that is plugged into such a socket, eg. a washing machine, a refrigerator, lights, a computer - explains the expert.

Tarrif Change

Such accurate control of electricity consumption also allows customers to reflect on the change in tariffs and thus look for additional savings.

- The application allows customers to see how the electricity bill would look in a different tariff - notes Mariusz Jurczyk.

If the client decides to change the tariff, the operator can apply this change remotely.

Working with OZE

Smart meters are also prepared to support renewable energy sources. They can be relied on to manage the excess electricity from prosumers network.
 

The data collected by smart meters, assures Mariusz Jurczyk, are safe, and communication between all elements of the smart grid is encrypted using the technology used in banking, for example.
 

Robert Lidke, awi

Power Circle announces another partner company. This time, the US based Networked Energy Services Corporation (NES), which in conjunction with the opening of its Swedish office,  joins Power Circle to strengthen its network, highlighting the benefits of the smart grid and to collaborate with exploring and influencing the future of the energy industry in Sweden.

Power Circle continues to grow and today it has more than 40 partner companies.  Powercircle is strengthening its group of partners by adding NES, an innovative company that operates at the intersection of energy, IT and communications industry.

”NES is an exciting company shaped by two current powerful social trends – digitization and servicification. Their services focus is on contributing to a smarter and more efficient grid where space is created for innovative service offerings and intelligent use of energy, which comes at the right time. I look forward to an exciting collaboration,” says Olle Johansson, CEO of the Power Circle.

Petter Pettersen, Nordic Sales Manager for NES Sweden sees the partnership as an important part of their establishment in Sweden and focus on the Swedish energy market:

”Becoming a part of the Power Circle is an important step in our establishment in Sweden and Scandinavia. The question of the smart grid is a matter for the whole community, and with other stakeholders working towards this critical transformation, we are strong community. We will benefit greatly from each other in this change.”


About NES
 

Networked Energy Services Corporation is a global smart energy leader in the worldwide transformation of the electricity grid into an energy control network, enabling utilities to provide their customers with a more efficient and reliable service, to protect their systems from current and emerging cybersecurity threats, and to offer innovative new services that enable active, intelligence use of energy. NES was formed as a result of the spinoff of Echelon Corporation’s Grid Modernization Division in October 2014. NES’ smart grid technology is used in nearly 40 million smart meters and other smart end devices around the world.  You can find out more information about NES, its Patagonia Energy Applications Platform (including grid management software, distributed control nodes, and smart meters) and services at: www.networkedenergy.com.


About Power Circle

Power Circle collects the new energy industry on important issues for the future. Together with over 40 partner companies seem Power Circle for sustainable development through electrification. Among the partner companies are power utilities, technology providers, service providers, educational institutions and other organizations. Activities focus on networking, knowledge sharing, collaboration and demonstration in future issues such as e-mobility, smart grids and energy storage and renewable energy.

For more information contact

Olle Johansson, CEO of Power Circle AB, +46 (0) 70-791 29 62, olle.johansson@powercircle.org

Petter Pettersen, Nordic sales manager NES, +46 (0) 70-140 43 50, petter.pettersen@networkedenergy.com

On May 31st , Landskrona Energi, along with Petter Pettersen from NES, had about 20 people from the Polish Ministry of Energy visit Landskrona Energi in Sweden, including Poland´s Energy Minister Krysztof Tchorzewski . The visit was prompted by Landskrona Energi’s successful participation in a pilot project with NES for next-generation smart electricity meters. As Poland faces a point of changing regulations for energy metering and optimalization, the Ministry of Energy in Poland wanted to learn more about the project in Sweden.

Rickard Alexandersson, project manager of Landskrona Energy said: "We are impressed with the strong cooperation between NES and Metrima and the fact that the NES Patagonia platform is secure and provides the highest SLA's on the market in a multi-application platform. The project shows a very fast return on investment.”.
 
Mr. Alexandersson added: ”Landskrona Energi’s tests have shown that the NES System delivers the required functionality and performance, including support for multi-utility metering.”
 
Johan Holmstedt, CEO of Landskrona Energy spoke about the company's history, cooperation with Öresundskraft and Kraftringen. In response to a question of how cooperation between competitors could be successful, Johan Holmstedt replied “Trust!”, which was followed by spontaneous applause.
 
John also spoke about the company's future investments in Landskrona including the continued rollout of fiber, an even greater range of services , and future charging infrastructure.
                                                                     
Petter Pettersen from NES stated, “Sweden and Poland are very important and progressive markets. It is an honor to receive guests from other countries who want to see how we in the Nordic region are successfully implementing the new EU rules, and Landskrona Energi is such a shining example. Of course, it is also great to see how satisfied our customers are with our solutions and our commitment!”

Power Circle har fått ytterligare ett partnerföretag. Denna gång är det amerikanska Networked Energy Services (NES) som i samband med att de öppnar ett svenskt kontor också går med i Power Circle för att stärka sitt nätverk, lyfta fördelarna med smarta elnät och vara med och utforska och påverka energiområdets framtidsfrågor i Sverige.
Power Circle fortsätter att växa och har idag drygt 40 partnerföretag. Med NES får Power Circle förstärkning av ett innovativt bolag som verkar i skärningen mellan energi-, IT- och kommunikationsbranschen.

-    NES är ett spännande företag som formats av två just nu starka samhällstrender – digitalisering och tjänstefiering. Deras tjänster inriktas på att bidra till ett smartare och effektivare elnät där utrymme skapas för innovativa tjänsteerbjudanden och intelligent användning av energi, vilket ligger helt rätt i tiden. Jag ser fram emot ett spännande samarbete, säger Olle Johansson, VD för Power Circle.

Petter Pettersen, nordisk säljchef för NES Sverige ser partnerskapet som en viktig del i deras etablering i Sverige och fokus på den svenska energimarknaden:
-    Att bli en del av Power Circle är ett viktigt steg i vår etablering i Sverige och Norden. Frågan om smarta elnät är en fråga för hela samhället, och tillsammans med andra aktörer som arbetar mot denna avgörande transformation är vi starka. Vi kommer ha stor nytta av varandra i denna förändring.

Om NES

Networked Energy Services är en globalt ledande leverantör av system i den pågående transformationen av traditionella elnät till smarta elnät. Dessa system förser kunderna med allt från högre driftsäkerhet och skydd mot nuvarande och nya cyberhot till möjligheten att erbjuda nya innovativa tjänster där energianvändning mäts och styrs med hjälp av intelligent informationshantering. NES bildades i oktober 2014 genom en avknoppning av Echelons enhet för nätmodernisering. Mer information om NES, dess produkter (inklusive programvara för nätstyrning, distribuerade kontrollnoder, och smarta mätare) och tjänster hittar du på http://www.networkedenergy.com. 
 
Om Power Circle

Power Circle samlar den nya energibranschen kring viktiga framtidsfrågor. Tillsammans med de över 40 partnerföretagen verkar Power Circle för hållbar utveckling genom elektrifiering. Bland partnerföretagen finns kraftbolag, teknikleverantörer, tjänsteföretag, lärosäten och andra organisationer. Verksamheten inriktas på nätverk, kunskapsspridning, samverkan och demonstration inom framtidsfrågor såsom e-mobility, smarta elnät och energilager samt förnybar energi.

För mer information, kontakta:

Olle Johansson, VD Power Circle AB, +46 (0)70-791 29 62, olle.johansson@powercircle.org
Petter Pettersen, Nordisk säljchef NES, +46 (0)70-140 43 50, petter.pettersen@networkedenergy.com

Tillsammans med Petter Pettersen från NES hade vi igår ett 20-tal personer från det polska energiministeriet på besök under tisdagskvällen. Besöket har föranletts av att Landskrona Energis framgångsrikt deltagit i ett pilotprojekt med NES om kommande generations elmätare. Då Polen står inför ett begrepp att byta energimätare och ville deltagarna från energiministeriet i Polen veta mer om projektet.
 

Rickard Alexandersson, projektledare för Landskrona Energi säger: "Vi är imponerade med det starka samarbetet mellan NES och Metrima och det faktum att NES Patagonia plattformen är så säker och ger de högsta SLA: s på marknaden på en multi-applikationsplattform.
 

Avkastningen på investeringen räknar vi snabbt hem. Våra tester har visat att NES System levererar önskad funktionalitet och prestanda, inklusive stöd för multi-utility mätning.
 

Johan Holmstedt,vd på Landskrona Energi berättade om företagets historia, samarbete med Öresundskraft och Kraftringen Som svar på frågan om hur samarbetet mellan konkurrenter kunde bli så framgångsrikt svarade Johan Holmstedt - Tillit! Vilket följdes av spontan applåder.
 

Johan berättade vidare om bolagets framtida satsningar inom Landskrona stad såsom fortsatt fiberutbyggnad, men även större utbud på tjänsteportalen och kommande laddinfrastruktur.
 

Petter Pettersen fra NES legger til: Sverige och Polen är mycket viktiga och progressiva marknader. Det är en ära att få ta emot gäster från andra länder som vill se hur vi i Norden så framgångsrikt implementerat de nya EU reglerna där Landskrona Energi är ett så lysande exempel!
 

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