Builders today have to deal more than ever with energy supply and demand in buildings. The electrification of heat generation and mobility offers opportunities and is a challenge at the same time. A partially self-sufficient house energy supply can bring advantages. The investments in the energy supply are oriented towards the long term and are in an interaction / conflict of objectives between economy and ecology.
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
ca. 60 minutes
Free of charge - limited participation
Dr. Martin Ammon, Managing Director and Head of Energy Management, EuPD Research Sustainable Management GmbH
Sabine Kloos, Project Manager ees Europe, Solar Promotion GmbH
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.
Since 2018 Thorben Bruns has been an Associate Research Analyst responsible for the macroeconomic analysis of the photovoltaic and storage industry at EuPD Research. After studying macro economics and political science at RWTH Aachen University and the University of Göttingen, he worked, among others, in the field of scientific advice for Prognos AG.
Sabine Kloos is a graduate in environmental protection engineering and has been working for Solar Prmotion 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. Sabine Kloos is the project manager responsible for ees Europe, the largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems in Europe.