The transition towards more decentralised and variable energy sources fundamentally changes the face of Europe’s energy system. New technologies, new business models, services and engagement opportunities readjust the way users and solution providers interact. What are the dominant power generation and management models for distributed assets in the future? How are sectors going to converge and what are the perspectives for electricity trading and marketing? What are the digital solutions supporting the smart energy system of the future and what is the role of data security concerns and protection? Finally, which opportunities are there for consumers and pro-sumers to engage in new sharing concepts and benefit from new, customer-centric energy services? Leading energy strategists and experts will be discussing these dominant themes at The Smarter E Europe Conference on 19 and 20 June 2018 at the International Congress Center Munich (ICM).