Nordic Show Room on Energy Quality Management 


 

27.8.2014

 

28.8.2014

 
09:00-09:30 Opening Speech Ragnheiður Elín Árnadóttir, Minister of Industry and Commerce 9:00-9:30
Keynote: Stockholm - a new generation of energy networks
Birgitta Resvik
Vice President at Fortum
09:30-10:00 EQM The Nordic and the Global perspective Guðni Jóhannesson, Director General of Orkustofnun 9:30-10:00
Data storage as a heat source
Juha Sipilä
10:00-10:30 Coffee    10:00-10:30 Coffee
 
10:30- 12:00 Panel discussion. Energy Leaders - Nordic EQM potentials in the Nordic Energy mix Hörður Arnarson CEO of Landsvirkjun The National Power Company of Iceland, Hans Jörgen Koch, Director of Nordic Energy Research; Brandsma, Director General of the Swedish National Energy, Moderator: Brian Atkin, Director at The Facilities Society 10:30 -11:00
High Quality Energy
Benjamin Smith - Nordic Energy Research

    11:00-11:30
Alternative Energy for shipping in Nordic Waters
Hanna Paradis
Project Manager
M. Sc. Energy Systems Engineering, SSPA Sweden AB
      11:30-12:00
Faeroes the roadmap from diesel to low carbon energy sources       
Kari Mortensen Departement leader, Jarðfeingi – Faroese Earth and Energy Directorate
12:00-13:00 Lunch   12:00-13:00 Lunch
 
13:00-13:20 District heating - cost and benefits Jónas Ketilsson, Senior Manager at Orkustofnun 13:00-13:20
The mine water project in Heerlen the Netherlands: development of a geothermal mine water pilot project to a full scale hybrid low-exergy infrastructure
Peter Op't Veld
13:20-13:40 Energy vs exergy use in buildings  Christina Sager Group Manager at Fraunhofer-Institute for Building Physics
13:20-13:40
The Icelandic mobile energy sector potentials and challenges
Ágústa Loftsdóttir
13:40- 14:00 The importance of the design phase in Energy Quality Management: an example of the application of the parametric analysis to residential buildings Marco Molinari, PhD KTH reglerteknik  13:40-14:00
Conversion of surplus electricity and CO2 to fuels
KC Tran, Chief Executive of Carbon Recycling International 
14:00-14:20 Assessment of a district heating system as a low exergy heat supply system Forrest Meggers
Assistant Professor Princeton University School of Architecture & Andlinger Center for Energy and Environment
14:00-14:20
District heating in Sweden - lessons learned from the development of the energy mix
Erik Thornstström
Svensk fjarrvarme,
Kommunikation & samordning
Områdesansvarig skatter och styrmedel
14:20-14:40 Hungary - from gas to geothermal Árni Magnússon
14:20-14:40
Utilization of return water in district heating networks
Oddgeir Gudmundssom
14:40-15:20 Coffee   14:40-15:20
Coffee


15:20-15:50 Renewable energy research projects at the University of Debrecen
Dr. Ferenc Kalmar
University of Debrecen
15:20-15:50
Heat Pump Development in Iceland
Sigurður Ingi Friðleifsson
15:50-16:20 Keynote: Multiple revenue streams from a Geothermal Powe plant Albert Albertsson, Deputy CEO of HS Orka 15:50-16:20
Geoexchange and interaction with building energy use
Peter platell, CEO of own innovation companies
16:20-16:40 Energy Potential Mapping: Laying the foundations for LowExCommunities Michiel Fremouw, MSc, Researcher at TU-Delft 16:20-16:40
Summing up
Guðni Jóhannesson, Director General of Orkustofnun
16:40-17:00 Low ex communities: optimized performance of community energy supply systems with exergy principles Anna Maria Kallert, Low-exergy systems, department energy systems. Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP    

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