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ETIP SNET WG3 Webinar: Flexible generation in a low-carbon RES dominated energy system

Date: 30.06.2020

This webinar describes the pathway forward in flexible power generation, starting with the state-of-the-art covering all means of energy sources, and suggests the necessary steps to achieve a safe & robust low-carbon RES dominated energy system in the future.

Speakers:

  • Christian Bergins – Strategic Marketing Manager with Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe
  • Dr Georgios C. Christoforidis – Professor at University of Western Macedonia
  • Peter Stettner – Head of Market Strategy at Andritz Hydro

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ETIP SNET WG1 Webinar: Sector Coupling – concepts, potentials and barriers

Date: 24.06.2020

Contents:

  • A comprehensive overview on concepts & definitions setting an overarching frame for assessing sector coupling initiatives
  • An unbiased description of state-of-the-art & development potentials of Power-to-X technologies and processes
  • ETIP SNET and the role of WG1; White Papers on Sector Coupling
  • Why sector coupling?
  • Framing and conceptual components of sector coupling
  • Power to Heat & Cooling, to ElectroMobility, to Gas & Fuels
  • Takeaways on perspectives and assessment criteria

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ETIP SNET WG2 Webinar: Storage, Technology, Markets and Economics

Date: 22.06.2020

Speakers:

  • Yves Schlumberger – ETIP SNET Board member and WG2 Chair, EDF R&D Storage Program Chief
  • Luigi Lanuzza – ETIP Batteries WG6 Chair, Head of New Technologies at Enel X
  • Mark Howitt – Storelectric CTO and co-founder
  • Enrique Morgades Prat – Head for Market Development CIRCE
  • Etienne Sorin – EDF R&D Expert Stockage
  • Silvia Bodoardo – Professor at Politecnico di Torino
  • Ramon Gero – R&D Engineer at Instituto Tecnologico de la Energia, ITE
  • Michael Willemot – CFO Business Development, Oxto Energy
  • Mark Howitt – CTO & co-founder of Storelectric
  • Youlong Ding – Professor at University of Birmingham

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