As concerns and expectations about climate change, quality of life and the citizen-consumer accelerate sustainability efforts, we must continue to innovate and solve the low-carbon power puzzle between existing and emerging energy sources.
Renewable energy sources have vast potential to reduce dependence on fossil fuel and greenhouse gas emissions in the power sector. Yet, large-scale deployment of these intermittent power technologies requires the introduction of flexible, low-CO2 solutions to operate the power system. To realize this, there are challenges that must be overcome to make the integration of renewable and existing power generation systems such as nuclear possible. At the same time, new energy solutions including wind and batteries must become more efficient and cost-effective to be scalable.
To discover the future of power, join Dassault Systèmes and our guests for a live, online three-day event November 18 to 20, beginning with roundtable with Envision Energy, Kairos Power, and CEA-Liten and Dassault Systèmes. They will discuss the future of energy and the role wind, batteries, and nuclear have to play in the new energy mix. Then, take a deeper dive over the following days into each of these sectors to discover how to optimize them to improve performance, lower costs, and return better results.
In the Executive Live Event “Solving the Flexible Low-carbon Power Puzzle” on November 18 2:00 pm CEST, our panelists will discuss:
- The future of renewable energy sources that have vast potential to reduce fossil-fuel dependence and greenhouse gas emissions, but face challenges in deployment.
- Integrating nuclear power with a more flexible grid that includes wind and solar to ensure that peak power demand is met no matter the weather conditions.
- The new ecosystem of decentralized power providers, that includes more actors, prosumers, power sharing with electric vehicles, and in-house solar power generation.
- Realizing the future of energy cover a scale from molecules to machines, from atoms to systems with digital platforms.
Digital Twins for High-performance Batteries | November 19, 10:30 am CEST: In this e-seminar, you will discover how modeling and simulation can help you accelerate the industrialization of high-performance batteries.
Integrated, Traceable and Seamless Nuclear Plant Design | November 19, 2:00 pm CEST: In this e-seminar, you will discover how you can create a unified and harmonized plant referential to achieve full traceability and compliance, and streamlining processes throughout its lifecycle.
Pushing the Boundaries of Wind Turbine Engineering | November 20, 10:30 am CEST: In this e-seminar, you will learn about the key challenges wind turbine manufacturers and suppliers are facing and how they can be addressed. You will also discover how simulation is being used to optimize products on multiple levels, including costs, noise, and time-to-market.