Storage systems have meanwhile become firmly established in the private sector. Well over half of the PV systems are now combined with storage systems.
For the energy transition, however, grid-friendly large storage systems are also needed in order to be able to keep the grids stable as the proportion of fluctuating renewable energies increases. But do these large storage systems pay off, what business models are behind them? Hans Urban, industry expert in the field of PV and large storage systems, will give insights in this webinar and will also compare German business models with current developments in other countries.
|Date||Tuesday, October 19, 2021|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
|Speaker||Hans Urban, Expert and Advisor Renewable Energies & E-Mobility|
|Moderation||Sabine Kloos, Project Manager ees Europe, Solar Promotion GmbH|
After studying electrical engineering at the Technical University of Munich, which he completed in 1989, Hans Urban gained decades of experience in leading positions in the electronics and solar industries. Since 2017 he has been working as a freelance consultant in the field of renewable energies and electromobility and advises storage and solar companies, regional energy providers and municipalities. His personal aim is to bring the topic of renewable energies closer to as many people as possible in a neutral, technically sound and sometimes entertaining way!
Sabine Kloos is a graduate in environmental protection engineering and has been working for Solar Promotion GmbH since 2006. Since 2011, she has specialized increasingly in the field of batteries and energy storage in connection with renewable energies and has developed exhibition and conference events for these topics. From 2015, the topic of electromobility has also increasingly come into focus. Sabine Kloos is currently the project manager responsible for ees Europe, Europe’s largest and most visited exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems. The exhibition is held annually in Munich on the innovation platform for the new energy world The smarter E Europe.