18 Nov System integration in practice, by European Net Zero Alliance
System integration in practice, by European Net Zero Alliance
The European Net Zero Alliance (ENZA) is pleased to invite you to an online event on ‘System integration in practice, by European Net Zero Alliance’ on 8 December 2021, from 14:00 until 15:30 CET.
Through a tour of Europe, the event will showcase 6 projects that are contributing to the decarbonisation in Europe – which is at the heart of ENZA. These projects are run by companies that are members of the associations which make up ENZA.
Sonja van Renssen, Editor in Chief, Energy Monitor, New Statesman Media Group
Jori Ringman, Chair of ENZA
14:05 Keynote speech
Tudor Constantinescu, Principal Advisor to the Director General, DG ENER, European Commission
14:15 Tour around Europe
- Bartłomiej Pawluk, Commercial Development Director, Member of the Board, Veolia Energia Poznań
Veolia Energia Poznań in Szlachęcin (Poland) on technology-neutral approach
- Antti Lilleberg, VP of Sales and Marketing, Savosolar
HIVE (Finland) on technology-neutral approach
- Lajos Erdélyi, Head of Company Affairs, Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd & the Project leader of Aquamarine
Aquamarine (Hungary) on all vectors
- Elina Skerfe, Senior Manager – Sustainable Processes, Stora Enso
Stora Enso (Sweden) on all sectors
- Markus Witt, Vice President Asset Management, Vattenfall
Vattenfall (Germany) on using existing infrastructure
- Raoul Boya, Manager Strategy and Operations, Viessmann
SmartQuart (Germany) on facilitating and integrating decentralised solutions
15:20 Closing remarks
Jori Ringman, Chair of ENZA
Bartłomiej Pawluk is Graduate of the law faculty (European studies) at University of. A. Mickiewicz in Poznań. Started in FORUM Publishing House, responsible for creating and introducing new publications. In Veolia since 2006, first as the commercial projects manager, since 2008 responsible for the communication department. Since 2020 he is responsible for sales and development of new contracts, customer care and building business relationships with Veolia partners in Poznań. For the last 2 years the leader of Green Poznań project – the partnership with the Poznań Town Hall, to improve air quality in the city and the energy efficiency of municipal buildings.
Antti Lilleberg is heading the commercial activities of Savosolar Oyj, the leading solar scale solar thermal turn-key plant provider in Europe. He has extensive experience in international sales and marketing of industrial and energy technology and services. Having joined Savosolar Oyj in 2020, his previous employers include among others Biohit Oyj, Sartorius AG as well as Rejlers Group. He has an MBA degree from University of Wales, Trinity St. David as well an engineering degree from Helsinki University of Applied Science. Antti is passionate about the purpose Savosolar Oyj to help communities and companies reduce CO2 emissions with clean heat.
Lajos Erdelyi is working at Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd, Hungarian storage service provider as Project Manager of Project Aquamarine focusing on infrastructural development of hydrogen blended gas and related R&D programs. a He has wide range of experience on storage operation including reservoir, well and surface process system.
He graduated from University of Pannon, Veszprem as Chemical Engineer and has achieved a postgraduate degree at the University of Economics (Budapest).
Elina Skerfe is responsible for sustainable processes in Stora Enso Paper Division and a member of the Sustainability Team. Stora Enso’s Purpose “Do good for people and the planet” lies close to her heart and she is proud to work at a company where sustainability is integrated into the strategy. Elina has a long experience in the paper industry in the fields of sustainability, operations, innovation and process development, and focuses now on how to achieve Stora Enso’s ambitions related to climate change mitigation as well as the circular economy.
Markus Witt studied Industrial engineering and management with focus on technical chemistry in Berlin and Linköping and graduated at Technical University Berlin in 1998.
After having had various management positions within the German part of the Vattenfall Group he in 2014 took over the international position Vice President Asset Management in Business Area Heat. In this function he has also been responsible to develop the long-term asset strategy for Vattenfall`s Heat operations in Berlin with a strong focus on decarbonization, sector coupling and asset transformation.
Raoul Boya joined Viessmann in June 2020 and as Manager Strategy & Business Operations. He manages Viessmann’s hydrogen strategy as leader of the cross-functional project team.
Prior to Viessmann, Raoul worked as a management consultant for ~5 years at Oliver Wyman.
Raoul holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and Electrical Engineering from Darmstadt University of Technology.