We have set up a program with great speakers to discuss to the efficiency and resilience of energy production and grid systems:
- Arash Azami (Unify.Energy): Internet of Energy
- Wilbert Prinssen (PhasetoPhase): Digital Twins
- Nicolas Höning (Seita): Open Source and Smart Energy
- Derek Hardwick (Ampact): Design Sprint fundamentals
The webinar will be hosted by Thomas Hermans – Port of Amsterdam and Robin Schipper – Port of Amsterdam and Shared Energy Platform
Please note: the webinar will be in English.
Revolutionizing the Energy System through co-development
With the European climate targets, we need to rethink the efficiency and resilience of energy production and grid systems. The key for the future of energy is in collaboration
The electrification of the industries is growing. Many industrial zones and ports around Europe are facing the same challenges: grid congestions, the need for green energy storage, the need to use Energy Flexibility, cable pooling, wallpower etc.
Software solutions can help. Let’s not want to reinvent the wheel: team up to bring the open source Shared Energy Platform to the next level. Success stories on Internet of Energy, Digital Twins and Open Source co-development are providing inspiration and solutions for Energy Sytem challenges on an industrial scale.
Arash Aazami, Unify Energy
Topic: Internet of Energy
Arash is entrepreneur and Internet of Energy designer. His mission is to achieve a world where all are connected to abundant, clean, renewable resources, so that energy is no longer a product, but a right for every human being.
Wilbert Prinssen, Phase to Phase & Technolution
Topic: Digital Twins
Wilberts passion is innovation. In 2013, he started working at Technolution where he now leads the Energy & Asset control business unit. Since 2019, Wilbert is also Business Unit director Phase to Phase, the subsidiary of Technolution that develops software for power system
Nicolas Höning, Seita
Topic: Open Source and Smart Energy
Nicolas Höning is co-founder of Seita Energy Flexibility. He is a strong believer in open source software and his startup is one of the front-runners of open innovation in the energy transition.
Derek Hardwick, Ampact
Topic: Design Sprint fundamentals
From San Francisco, Derek began his tech career assisting tech startups in scaling-up their operations. For the past 15 years he has focused on helping ‘impactful’ organizations develop and deliver products that focus on sustainability, social challenges, and conservation.