With an increasing number of electric cars, the challenge for the electricity system also increases. If all car users want to charge their battery electric vehicle unregulated and with high power at the same time, the local power grid can reach its limits. At the same time, electric cars also offer a special opportunity for the electricity system: under the right regulatory framework, e-vehicles can help to integrate more renewable energies into the energy system and better utilize existing grid capacities. Intelligent charging must be the standard for the successful ramp-up of electric mobility.
What are the main obstacles to intelligent charging? What are challenges and opportunities for energy supply companies? These questions will be discussed during the event and supplemented by various practical examples.
|Date||Tuesday, September 01, 2020|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
Matthias Suttner, Sales & Business Development, The Mobility House GmbH
Nikolaus Starzacher, CEO, Discovergy GmbH
|Moderator||Fanny Tausendteufel, Bundesverband Neue Energiewirtschaft (bne)|
Matthias Suttner heads the Key Account Management Wholesale division at the technology company The Mobility House, where he and his team are respsonible for costumers from the areas of municipal utilities, energy suppliers, electricians and manufacturers of charging stations. With more than six years of experience in the market for charging solutions for electric cars, Matthias Suttner is an expert in charging solutions and business models for everything to do with electromobility.
Before founding Discovergy in 2009, Nikolaus Starzacher created the basis for other successful companies (including Verivox GmbH, just digits GmbH) and thus has over 15 years of relevant experience in corporate management. Mr. Starzacher holds a BA in Mathematics and Philosophy from Oxford University.
Fanny Tausendteufel joined bne in September 2018. Prior to that, she worked at a sustainable investment office where she was responsible for the sustainability analysis of companies. During her studies of business engineering at the Technical University in Berlin Fanny Tausendteufel worked at the “German Industry Initiative for Energy Efficiency” (DENEFF) and the “Institute for Ecological Economy Research” (IÖW).