Today’s energy system is largely built on parallel, vertical energy value chains (power, gas, heating, and transport), which rigidly link specific energy resources with specific end-use sectors. This model cannot deliver a climate-neutral economy because it is technically and economically inefficient.
The decarbonised European energy system of the future will be built on energy system integration, defined by the EU as “the coordinated planning and operation of the energy system as a whole, across multiple energy carriers, infrastructures, and consumption sectors.”
During this webinar, New Energy Coalition’s system integration manager, Mark de la Vieter, will cover the implications that energy system integration has on the energy sector and why there is a need for a systems approach.
Ir. Drs. M.L. de la VieterManager Local Energy Systems
Mark de la Vieter has a background in Chemistry and Business Administration and is coordinator of local energy systems at New Energy Coalition. Mark is an expert in the field of smart grids and the development of integrated business cases for sustainable energy systems. He also has extensive experience as a developer and manager of complex Horizon 2020 projects.
Expertises: Offshore high voltage grids Energy storage Project financing Business cases Horizon 2020 Energy markets Demand response
- Date October 13, 2022 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CEST
- Location Online