The future of renewables in the energy supply depends strongly on sector coupling and digitalization along the whole value-added chain – as this is the only way to ensure that power from decentralized and disparate volatile energy sources is optimally integrated into the grid. With its categeory Smart Renewable Energy, The smarter E AWARD addresses this significance and annually honors the best innovations in the industry.
This webinar features The smarter E AWARD Winners 2020 Fronius International, Next Kraftwerke and Stadtwerke München presenting on the topic “Driving the Renewable Energy World – With Smart Hydrogen Solutions, Virtual Power Plants and Solar Business Models”. Join the webinar to gain insights into the latest innovations in the field of sector coupling and digital business models.
|Date||Tuesday, August 25, 2020|
|Time||02:00 pm CEST|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
Dominik Mittermaier, Technical Sales Manager, Fronius International GmbH
Fronius Solhub for Decentralized Production, Storage and Utilization of Green Hydrogen
Aleksandra Radwanska, International Business Development Manager, Next Kraftwerke GmbH
How Virtual Power Plants Enable System Integration of Grid-Scale Renewables
|Moderator||David Bregazzi, Solar Promotion|
Dominik Mittermaier is Technical Sales Manager in the Business Unit Solar Energy of Fronius International. He is responsible for the sales and project development of tailormade Solhub and renewable energy solutions for C&I, municipalities and agriculture. Before joining the Fronius team, he gathered experience at a grid operator, his studies in eco engineering and consulting.
Aleksandra Radwanska is International Business Development Manager in the department of VPP Solutions & Services at Next Kraftwerke. She is responsible for the international sales of VPP as-a-service solution NEMOCS and supports our partners in the realization of their Virtual Power Plants and business models. To develop suitable concepts, she analyses in depth different electricity markets with focus on North and South America, Australia and Central Europe. Before joining the Next Kraftwerke´s team, she was working at InnoEnergy as well as at General Electric.