Massimo Moser works since Oct. 2020 for TransnetBW, Dept. of Strategic Network Planning. He leads strategic studies on climate-neutral energy systems and long-term power system adequacy. His activities also include the evaluation of model-based scenarios for electricity, gas and hydrogen sectors within the framework of European grid infrastructure planning processes. He holds a Ph.D. in energy engineering from the University of Stuttgart and a M.Sc. Double Degree in Environmental Engineering between the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, and Trento, Italy.
11:50 am - 12:05 pm
Having a look at the energy transition today, we know very well where we are. But in order to find out what is needed to achieve the targets, we need to have a clear picture of what a future system may look like. What is the amount of load, what are the different kinds of generation, and what are the system needs for granting a reliable energy supply. In this session, we will have a look at what the future transmission and distribution systems may look like. We really have to speed up our efforts if we are going to reach our targets! During the panel discussion, key industry stakeholders involved in shaping the energy industry of the future will share their opinions and ideas.