The successful integration of the different renewable energies for a full renewable energy supply requires innovative technical and economic concepts from the different actors involved in the energy systems. From new technology developments to digital power stations, renewable energy can play an important role in improving the grid management and provide services far beyond today’s power supply – thanks to sector coupling, also transportation, heating/cooling and industrial processes will be technically and economically linked and optimized. This session will explore some of the most relevant solutions from project developers, operators and manufacturers.
Norman Fischer, AboWind: Optimizing load capacity and voltage-stability in very large rural distribution networks with the help of Renewables
Jürgen Joos, CFO, Max Bögl: The water battery as a natural power storage facility
Jan Aengenvoort, CCO, NEXT Kraftwerke: Establishing the flow – a virtual power plant for the transition towards 100% Renewable energies
Richard Taylor, Executive Director, International Hydropower Association: Hydropower, Bringing Growth & Prosperity to the World
Dr. Heinz Kopetz, World Bioenergy Association WBA: The role of bioenergy in integrating renewables