How to Use EV-flexibility to Ensure System Reliability

Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Time
04:30 pm - 06:00 pm
Hall
ICM München
Room
Room 13 B

Electric cars boomed in 2020, with several European countries announcing plans to ban the sale of new ICE-powered vehicles. EU estimates suggest the number of EVs across the continent could reach 190m by 2050. This will require suitable load management strategies but also offers the potential to cut costs and CO2 emissions arising from power generation, such as through bidirectional V2G connections. In this session, speakers will examine the state of affairs in several European countries, discuss a series of practical cases, and analyze the scale of the challenges ahead for the energy sector.

Further Content

Publication

EM-Power Europe Exhibition Newspaper

Issue 01 2020

Read the EM-Power Europe Exhibition Newspaper Issue 01 2020

Speaker

Jahn (TÜV Rheinland Energy GmbH)

Project Manager, R&D Projects

Germany

Ulrike Jahn graduated in physics and leads various research & development projects in the business area of solar energy of the TÜV Rheinland Group in Cologne, Germany. Her work focuses on characterizing PV module technologies on one hand and on PV system performance analysis on the other hand. She is project manager of an international expert group, Task 13 of the PVPS programme of the International Energy Agency (IEA), dealing with technical and financial issues of PV performance and quality. She coordinates this network of 60 international experts in 23 countries in their joint efforts to assess and improve the performance, operation and reliability of PV systems over their lifetime. Since 2018, Ulrike is a Member of the Steering Committee of the European Technology and Innovation Platform for Photovoltaics (ETIP PV).

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Speaker

Lindig (European Academy Bozen/Bolzano (EURAC) Research)

Researcher

Italy

Sascha Lindig works as a researcher at EURAC in Bolzano/Italy, where he is currently completing his doctorate in cooperation with the University of Ljubljana/Slovenia as part of the H2020 Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Solar-Train project. His studies focus on statistical models for the quantification of the degradation of PV systems, degradation patterns and the economic evaluation of technical failures in PV systems. He first studied photovoltaic and semiconductor technologies at the University of Applied Sciences in Jena/Germany and then environmental and energy technologies at the HTWK Leipzig/Germany, where he received his Master of Engineering in 2014.

Press Release

Innovation Prizes for the New Energy World – Deadline Extended until April 30

April 23, 2020

Three awards in four categories