With the podcast decoding the future of energy, Siemens Grid Software shows that the energy transition can be fun and conveys positive visions of the future. Brace yourself for a surprising mix of fiction and reality: Which utopias do we pursue when we think about the power grid of the future? What technologies will we need? What role will software play? Will electricity customers become electricity producers or electricity traders? And how will an independent, sustainable, and decentralized grid change our lives? We will be discussing these topics with Siemens experts and high-profile guests. Together, in six episodes, we will decode the energy transition of the power grid - and all the prospects, challenges and opportunities it brings for society as a whole.More information: www.siemens.com/grid-softwareFollow us on LinkedIn and TwitterQuestions - Feedback - Contact: Send us an email!
How to make the grid cybersecure with Kiersten Todt and Natalia Oropeza
34:37In our sixth episode of <de>coding the future of energy, we talk to Natalia Oropeza, Chief Security Officer Siemens AG, and Kiersten Todt, Chief Of Staff of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. They discuss the role the smart grid plays in cyber security, what vulnerabilities there are and responsibilities. Tune in!Download the transcript of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 6 Transcript
The sustainable grid with Lubomila Jordanova and Judith Wiese
36:37In our fifth episode of <de>coding the future of energy, we talk to Judith Wiese, Chief Sustainability & People Officer at Siemens AG; and Lubomila Jordanova, CEO & Co-Founder Plan A. Our host Gerard Reid asks them about the speed of change, measurability, leading the way, and much more. Tune in and follow!Download the transcript of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 5 Transcript
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Accelerating to new speed with Julian Nebreda and Sabine Erlinghagen
35:59In our fourth episode of <de>coding the future of energy, we talk to Sabine Erlinghagen, CEO of Siemens Grid Software, and Julian Nebreda, CEO of Fluence. Our host Gerard Reid asks them about the need for (more) speed in the energy transition, what role technology plays and how we could can influence the regulatory system. Tune in and follow!Download the transcript of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 4 TranscriptListen on Youtube
Completely independent? With Thomas Gottschalk and Michael Schwan
38:27In our third episode of <de>coding the future of energy, we talk to Michael Schwan, Head of Power Technologies International at Siemens Smart Infrastructure, and Thomas Gottschalk, founder of Access to Energy Institute. Our host Gerard Reid asks them about the (dis)advantages of decentralization and being independent vs. dependent. Tune in!Download the transcript of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 3 TranscriptListen on Youtube
Flexible and connected with Seth-Frader Thompson and Thomas Kiessling
28:54In our second episode of decoding the future of energy, we talk to Seth Frader-Thompson, co-founder of Energyhub, and Thomas Kiessling, Chief Technology Officer at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Our host Gerard Reid asks them about the degree of flexibility we need for the current and the future grid - and to what extend everything should be connected.Tune in!Download the transcipt of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 2 TranscriptListen on Youtube
coinnovation through collaboration with Peter Körte and Jack Dangermond
31:33In our first episode of decoding the future of energy, we talk to Jack Dangermond, founder of Esri, and Peter Körte, Chief Technology & Strategy Officer at Siemens. Our host Gerard Reid asks them about the need for collaboration in the energy sector and why there seems to be a lack of it. They also talk about how the idela framework and conditions for collaborative work should look like.Download the transcript of the episode: Grid Podcast Episode 1 TranscriptListen on Youtube