The massive restructuring of the energy industry and digitization are forcing established regional energy suppliers to change and adapt to the market. Companies cannot escape these developments and can only participate if they develop new business models at an early stage. For example, maintaining grid stability and the need for sector coupling in the wake of the increasing share of volatile renewable power generation are opening up new fields of activity in the area of flexibility for energy suppliers.
In the webinar, an expert from Statkraft Markets GmbH explains how real and flexible green power solutions can meet the requirements for simultaneity of consumption and generation as well as significant generation from Germany. A best practice example from the virtual power plant operator bentonet shows how sector coupling of innovative generation plants is implemented.
|Date||Tuesday, March 9, 2021|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
|Speaker||Manuel Gernsbeck, CEO, BentoNet GmbH|
|Moderator||Dr. Martin Ammon, Managing Director and Head of Energy Management, EuPD Research Sustainable Management GmbH|
|Welcome Note||Martin Pfränger, Project Manager EM-Power Europe, Solar Promotion GmbH|
Manuel Gernsbeck is a trained energy electronics engineer "Anlagentechnik" and gained extensive experience in the field of renewable energies. Since 2010, he has been a managing partner of the company Badische Kraftwerk GmbH & Co. KG.
In 2020, he founded BentoNet GmbH from Badische Kraftwerk GmbH, where he now acts as the company's managing director. Since 2008, he has also been a board member of the Mittelbadische Energiegenossenschaft.
Dr. Martin Ammon has a degree in economics and earned his doctorate in the field of grid parity of photovoltaics. After several positions at EUPD, he became a member of the management board in the beginning of 2019, where he is in charge of the company’s operative business. His own thematic focus is on the creation of economic and energy models.