Tuesday, June 16, 2020 | 11:00am–12.00am CEST | Webinar Language: Deutsch
Despite Corona, the market for electric cars as well as photovoltaic systems and storage is booming in the energy transition country Germany. At the same time, they offer potential to boost the local economy. What are these potentials and what are the measures to push the energy transition after the crisis?
Find out more about the role that photovoltaics, energy storage and power-to-x (sector coupling) will play in future German power generation through our experts from EuPD Research and the German Solar Industry Association, and how stronger electrification of the mobility and heating sectors will affect the impending electricity generation gap or may prevent it. Which political course changes are necessary in the short term and are foreseeable against the background of the current climate debate in order to significantly accelerate the expansion of photovoltaics?
Please note that the webinar will be held in German.
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 are made available to all registrants after the webinar.
Dr. Martin Ammon, Geschäftsführer, EuPD Research
Since 2000, EuPD Research has stood for primary data-based research and consulting services in the energy market both in a national and an international context. The field of work of EuPD Research is based on the four pillars of the energy transition: electricity, heat, mobility and energy efficiency. The focus of our expertise is currently on the technologies of photovoltaics, electricity storage, heat pumps and electromobility.
Carsten Körnig, Hauptgeschäftsführer des BSW e.V & Vizepräsident des BEE e.V.
The BSW - Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft e.V., together with its more than 500 member companies, is firmly committed to the increased expansion of solar energy and solar storage in Germany and is currently fighting among other things for raising the PV expansion goals as well as abolishing the solar roof cover and the "sun tax".