One of the major trends emerging on the path towards a new energy model is the development of more decentralised production and consumption. So we will talk about the distributed generation of electricity in order to reveal this power production process from multiple perspectives and with a main focus placed on end consumers.
The seminar seeks to provide a detailed analysis of the impact of this decentralisation in the European and Spanish system and present experiences from implementation at three different levels: residential, services and district.
9 am Opening Session
María Eugenia Coronado, Managing Director, Naturgy Foundation.
Ángel Bernardo Tahoces, Director-General of Energy and Mines at the Economic Affairs, Employment and Industry Council, Regional Government of Galicia.
09:30 am Regulating the distributed generation of electricity in Spain. A comparison with other countries
Pablo Frías, Technology Research Institute (IIT), Universidad Pontificia Comillas
10 am The impact of distributed electricity generation on distribution networks
Raúl Suárez, Electricity Networks Director Spain, Naturgy.
10:30 am The impact of distributed electricity generation on electricity markets
Juan Bogas, Market Oversight Director, OMIE
11 am Q&A
11:15 am Coffee Break
11:45 am The impact on and adaptation of system operation with the implementation of distributed generation
Tomás Domínguez, Operations Director, REE.
12:15 pm Round Table Discussion: Practical cases of implementing distributed generation in Spain
– Residential sector: a case involving domestic generation with solar photovoltaic power
Franc Comino, Founding Partner, Wattia Innova.
– Service sector: Santiago de Compostela Hospital Centre and the CUZCO office building
José Antonio de Lama, Energy Services Director, CLECE.
– Regional sector: district energy (Near Zero Emission): Köln Hilden, Mannheim-Franklin-Germany
Lucienne Krosse, InnoEnergy Thematic Leader Smart Buildings & Cities.
13:15 pm Q&A
13:30 pm Seminar Close