The current rate of climate change requires us to rapidly decarbonize the energy supply chain. At the same time, global energy demands continue to rise quickly as living standards increase.
Register for our webinar to learn how engineering simulation and digital twins will help the energy industry deliver on decarbonization while meeting society’s energy needs. You’ll hear how simulation models help engineers understand and optimize the performance of individual assets and systems. By adopting these advanced tools, engineering teams can accelerate the development and deployment of non-CO2-emitting energy systems.
Discover and develop new energy sources
The energy system overhaul is triggering an innovation wave. As new energy sources are explored and developed, current renewable designs must be enhanced and deployed at scale to provide a competitive LCOE (Levelized Cost of Energy). More innovations are needed to reduce carbon intensity in fossil-fuel-based systems using processes such as carbon capture, utilization and sequestration. Join our webinar to learn how simulation and innovation will help energy businesses reach emission targets while meeting customer needs.
Energy storage system solutions
Electrification of energy assets and systems is one of the most practical ways to upgrade energy systems while lowering emissions and power consumption. However, achieving widespread electrification and a worldwide roll-out of renewable energy sources brings new challenges. The webinar will teach how simulation can help engineers understand and achieve grid flexibility, demand control solutions and long-duration energy storage system solutions.
The future of utility infrastructure
Successfully transforming into a carbon-free economy requires massive clean energy production growth. Furthermore, our existing energy infrastructure must be upgraded to handle new, lower-emission energy sources. By combining advanced engineering simulation and digital twins, emerging industries and asset types can use new energy carriers such as hydrogen, utility-scale energy storage and carbon capture. Learn how embracing digitalization helps energy businesses upgrade portfolios while re-skilling teams to prepare for future utility infrastructure.
Meet the speaker
Director Energy Industry Solutions, Simcenter Simulation and Test Portfolio
Filip Neyrinck is the industry lead for Energy and Utilities in the Simulation and Testing Systems business segment of Siemens Industry Software. He holds a MSc in mechanical engineering from the KUL – Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium and started his career as a test engineer at Ford’s European proving ground. He has worked as a pre-sales engineer and also had roles in technical marketing and product development.