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Dispatchable Renewable Fuels in the United States - INNIO Jenbacher Power Generation Solutions with Hydrogen and other e-fuels
Northeast Energy Systems & Western Energy Systems - Power Systems Specialists

Dispatchable Renewable Fuels in the United States - INNIO Jenbacher Power Generation Solutions with Hydrogen and other e-fuels

Date: October 21, 2020
Time: 10:00am PST; 1:00pm EST


Description: Join INNIO Jenbacher and Northeast-Western Energy Systems for a free webinar on the future of renewable fuels for power generation in the United States.

States, cities and businesses across the United States are searching for ways to reduce the carbon intensity of their electricity supply. It is a transition that is centered on the transformation from a largely fossil-based to a low or zero-carbon energy system. But maintaining a stable and steady electricity supply requires a flexible solutions to balance supply and demand in real-time. The use for dispatchable gas-fired plants running on renewable fuels, or e-fuels, such as biogas, landfill gas, syngas or hydrogen can be an innovative and effective tool in helping to reduce the carbon intensity of the electricity supply in the United States. INNIO Jenbacher and Northeast-Western Energy Systems have developed the technologies, capabilities and experience of using a variety of e-fuels and now are seeking engineers, developers and end users that are interesting developing demonstration projects in the 500 kW to 5 MW size range in the United States that can run on hydrogen.


Speakers:

Martin Schneider, Senior Product Manager – INNIO Jenbacher

Martin Schneider is a Senior Product Manager for the INNIO Jenbacher gas engine platform Type 2, Type 3 and Type 4 covering the power range from 300kW to 1,500kW. Before his career within INNIO Martin Schneider has worked as design engineer for the automotive industry in Munich for 9 years from 1984 – 1993. In 1994, Martin joined today´s INNIO Jenbacher gas engine business in Austria and hold different functions such as Product Management Leader and Marketing Program Management Leader. Martin holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Economics, both from the Technical University in Munich, Germany.

Mike Norelli , VP, Sales and Business Development at Northeast-Western Energy Systems

Mike is the Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Northeast-Western Energy Systems (NES-WES). NES-WES is the largest INNIO Jenbacher channel partner in the Americas with over 200 gas engines installed across the United States. NES-WES is focused on integrating, installing and maintaining Jenbacher reciprocating generator sets into a variety of end user applications. Prior to joining NES-WES Mike had worked for INNIO Jenbacher in a variety of commercial, sales and marketing roles. Mike holds a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University as well as a MBA and Masters in Engineering from MIT.

Dr. Klaus Payrhuber, Strategic Product Development - INNIO Jenbacher

Dr. Klaus Payrhuber has worked in the Power Generation industry since 1998, and for INNIO Jenbacher since 2009, where he currently holds a marketing manager position. In this role he is focused on positioning reciprocating engines in the various segments of power generation and its applications. Klaus is also responsible for strategic product developments.

This event will not only be an Educational, Informative, Free Webinar that will supply you with information on the emerging role of hydrogen in power generation, it will also be supporting an amazing organization, Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Philadelphia Region.
Our foundation, Energy for Kids, is supporting this incredible organization by raising money in conjunction with our event. 90% of funding comes from individuals and corporate donors, like you. While it costs RMHC of the Philly Region $131 a night, per family, to provide housing and supportive services, families are only asked to contribute $15 per night. No one is ever turned away due to inability to pay.

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