Friday, June 23, 2023 I 9:00am BRT/2:00pm CET I Webinar Language: Portuguese
In this webinar, we will be covering the latest technology and market trends for stationary energy storage. Aline Kirsten from ABENS will give you an overview of the latest innovations in electrochemical energy storage, including second-life batteries. And Markus Vlasits from NewCharge will familiarize you with the main market segments for energy storage in Brazil and in international markets. This webinar will serve as a great introduction to the upcoming EES South America conference where these topics and many other relevant issues will be dealt with in detail.
During the webinar participants can submit their questions to get them answered by the experts in the live Q&A. In addition, both the recording and the speakers' presentations will be made available to all registrants after the webinar.
Markus Vlasits, Managing Director of NewCharge Energy
Markus Vlasits is the founder of NewCharge and an advisor to ABSOLAR's Energy Storage Workgroup.
Since 2019: He is the founder and managing partner of NewCharge Projects, focusing on PV solar energy generation and storage solutions.
2016-2018: He co-founded and served as Commercial Director of Faro Energy, an investment firm leasing photovoltaic plants.
2007-2012: He was director and then Vice-President of O-Cells SE (Germany), a leading producer of photovoltaic cells and panels.
2000-2007: He was an ssociate and later junior partner at McKinsey&Company.
Aline Kirsten, President of Associação Brasileira de Energia Solar (ABENS)
Aline Kirsten is an electrical engineer, has a doctor degree in photovoltaic energy and is a researcher at the Photovoltaic Lab of the Federal University of Santa Catarina, where she is active in PV solar plants inspections, electric mobility and energy storage, including second-life batteries. She co-founded the Brazilian Network of Women in Solar Energy, is president of the Brazilian Solar Energy Association (ABENS), and represents Young ISES on the board of the International Society of Solar Energy (ISES).
Mauro Sérgio Crestani, Editor at Eletricidade Moderna / FotoVolt
Mauro Sergio Crestani – Journalist, has covered the electrical energy sector for more than 30 years, writing stories and articles on production, transmission, distribution, and use of electricity in Brazil and worldwide, covering international congresses and exhibitions in South America, Europe and the USA. Editor of Eletricidade Moderna magazine since the 1990s and FotoVolt magazine since 2015, the latter dedicated to photovoltaic solar energy and energy storage.
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