Integrated grid development planning for a decarbonized energy infrastructure 

May 27, 2021, 10 a.m. CEST
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Learn how utilities can benefit from an integrated planning approach for their energy systems

Date:              May 27th, 2021

Time:             10:00 a.m. CEST 

Language:     English      

Costs:             Free of charge    

As the energy landscape and our power systems are becoming increasingly complex, traditional, siloed grid planning practices are no longer suited to make well-founded investment decisions. Utilities need to acquire a holistic view of the energy system and on potential energy carrier options and alternatives. This empowers them to evaluate different planning scenarios against their efficiency and sustainability goals. Join our webinar to learn how Siemens’ end-to-end GT&D planning approach can help you derive a solid, targeted development plan towards a low-carbon energy future.

 

Key topics:

  • Meeting the uncertainty of the energy transition with adaptive investment planning
  • End-to-end GT&D planning: Determining the “global” optimum for both generation and grid infrastructure
  • Designing an energy efficiency strategy and roadmap to achieve sustainability targets

  

Speakers

Karol Ceynowa

Global Head of Energy Business Advisory, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

 

Master of Business Administration, Master of Arts (Economics, Political Science)

 

Specialist topics: Business development, strategy, finance, smart transformation and energy efficiency.

 

Karol holds more than 15 years’ working experience and is head of EBA with more than 80 consultants globally. He has worked as management consultant and Energy Practice Lead with many national and international customers in the smart infrastructure sector on board and top-management level.

Ben Gemsjaeger

Senior Key Expert and Co-Head of Distribution and Decentralized Systems, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

 

Master of Engineering in Energy and Environmental Management

 

Specialist topics: Economic and technical (pre-) feasibility, network development planning, business case calculation and validation 

 

Ben holds more than 10 years’  experience as consultant in the energy sector. He has worked in diverse projects for utilities, ministries, developers and other customers worldwide, and is also active as trainer. Ben is a member of the German CIRED committee and session 6 advisory group, as well as of several VDE ETG task forces. His main focus are technical-economical energy system, microgrid, and electromobility studies.

Hans Barrios

Senior Power System Consultant, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

 

PhD in Electrical Engineering

 

Specialist topics: Strategic network planning, generation planning, RES integration, network resilience, energy markets

 

Hans holds more than 8 years’ working experience the energy sector. He has worked as researcher and consultant for utilities, ministries, federal authorities and further customers in Germany and worldwide. His main focus is the integrated planning of both generation and transportation infrastructure.

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