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Presented by Mott MacDonald and Univers in partnership with Port Technology International.
This FREE webinar is closing out the 3-part series on Enabling Green Ports. In this webinar, you'll learn how to leverage green energy as a revenue stream.
Energy is a potential revenue stream. Beyond balancing the cost of capital investments with savings against grid energy retail prices, self-generation and storage creates opportunities to supply energy to the grid when prices are favorable.
With sufficient self-generation capacity, ports can develop private wire systems, trading energy with nearby businesses, hotels, industrial parks, electric vehicle charging hubs, and green hydrogen facilities. Private wire systems can create a reliable customer base and strengthen the port's sustainability credentials by contributing to the local green economy.
This webinar will cover actionable steps and best practices to transform energy in a revenue stream:
1) Design and manage renewable energy generation and storage capacity
2) Design a resilient port microgrid and robust connections to the main grid and private wire grids
3) Monitor and manage supply, demand and storage across them
4) Trade energy
This webinar will be a 60-minute speaker presentation and discussion with Q&A.
The webinar will be available to watch On-Demand for those unable to attend the live event.
Director Solutions Delivery, Univers
Sachit is responsible for solutions delivery at Univers driving Industry Solutioning, IoT Applications-Implementation, Digital Strategy and Analytics across all industrial sectors. Recently he has been focusing on Smart Grid projects orchestrating Battery Energy Storage Systems, EVs and other DERs.
Sachit has an extensive knowledge of the energy and utilities industry with a focus on power generation, power plants, power distribution and automation.
Other webinars in this series:
Register Here > Enabling Green Ports Series: Tackling the Challenge of Energy Security (Part 1/3)
Register Here > Enabling Green Ports Series: Accurately Accounting for Carbon Emission (Part 2/3)
News and technical insight for ports, terminals and shipping industries, and the digital maritime supply chain. AI, Automation, Big Data, Mega Ships & IoT.
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