8:00 am - 9:30 am Registration and Get Together
9:30 am - 11:30 am Opening Plenum
In the age of "whoever shouts loudest", this session will present factually the necessities and the great opportunities of the energy transition as well as its global progress. Where is Germany in 2018? What's next with the EEG (renewable energy act), EnWG (Energy Management Act) and Co?
Your hosts will be Karl-Heinz Remmers, CEO Solarpraxis, Tina Barroso, Berlin manager Conexio together with Dr. Heiner Wember, moderator, radio journalist and lecturer, who will lead you through this session.
These will be an impetus:
These will be your panelists:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch Break and Networking in the Exhibition
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm The smarter E Forum: Pitches of the Exhibitors
The exhibitors of the 19th Forum New Energy World introduce themselves to conference participants in elevator pitches. These are short presentations, comparable to the length of a ride in an elevator. Find out about the exciting companies in the industry and visit their booths in the exhibition.
There are pitches from:
3E ● Baywa r.e. ● DELTA ● GOODWE ● Hanwha Q CELLS ● HUAWEI ● innogy ● LONGI solar ● meteocontrol ● Padcon ● PHOENIX CONTACT ● poysun ● Q Cells ● DUST ● SUNGROW ● trurnit ● UmweltBank ● VATTENFALL
Anastasia Segovia, Sales Manager, Conexio, will guide you through the elevator pitches.
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Parallel Forums
Coal: Entry instead of Exit. New Thinking
The current skirmishes in the Hambach Forest (It is planned to be cleared to mine coal) show the whole misery of the previously unclear exit from the coal-fired power plant. But why is discussion almost exclusively about an exit instead of a change? In the Forum New Energy World we dare to make an offer to the operators of districts to switch to the industrial production of renewable energies.
Energy transition done easily – electro mobility tackled (conference language German, no translation offered)
We have achieved a lot and we can be proud of it. At this point we want to make that visible. Best Practice Lectures on projects with electro mobility report on the commitment of the industrial sector and politics to promote a new energy system.
This session has been put together in cooperation with BSW Solar.
International The Smarter E - Markets (conference language German, no translation offered)
What does the energy transition look like in other countries?
Barely noticed in Germany, Denmark reached a decision in the summer of 2018 with all political parties to a 100% renewable electricity generation by 2030. Until then, at least 55% of the entire energy requirement will be covered by renewable energies. In addition to all parties, Danish industry has also agreed to these requirements and provided medium-term financial planning to ensure the implementation of the plans.
The energy transition is also making huge strides in many other countries. In this session we hear short impulses and discuss with the experts at country tables.
Round 1: 1.00-1.45 pm
Round 2: 1.45-2.30 pm
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm Coffee Break and Networking in the Exhibition
3:15 pm - 4:45 pm Parallel Forums
Global market development - Where is the journey going and what will happen in the next 24 months?
Technological developments are advancing relentlessly and driving a new energy system. A closer look at European and global development is worthwhile: hybrid systems from wind and photovoltaic, new size classes in wind turbines and international market developments. We will take a look at these and other facets in this session and discuss them with the experts from the audience and the initiators.
Energy transition done easily - international projects implemented (conference language German, no translation offered)
We have achieved a lot and can be proud of it. At this point we would like to make that visible. Best Practice Lectures on the transfer of technology and knowledge in international markets and for projects in Germany there are reports on business models under different conditions and circumstances.
This is how the energy transition goes: winners, admonishers and doers show new ways (conference language German, no translation offered)
The energy transition is wanted by politicians and the population alike. But it presents us with huge challenges that need to be solved. In this session, we are going to hear the winners of the energy transition with their innovative business models, get in touch with admonishers and let doers, who simply implement the energy transition in their projects, have their voices heard,.
4:45 pm - 5:15 pm Coffee Break and Networking in the Exhibition
5:15 pm - 6:45 pm CEO Hard Talk
An entertaining mix of keynote and expert discussion gets to the bottom of the matter. In this session we reflect in depth important milestones for the new energy world.
from 7:00 pm Dinner and Networking
from 9:00 pm Network Party
The world today, as much as we have moved forward in great things like renewables and technology, has been taking a few steps backwards with regards to democracy and freedom. In a time where hate speech and blatant racism takes center stage in the news, there is all the more reason to reawaken the Woodstock Era spirit for a free world, for a world without bias.
8:00 am - 10:00 am Registration and Get Together
8:15 am - 9:15 am Parallel Breakfasts with Hosts
BREAKFAST 1 with Phoenix Contact (conference language German, no translation offered)
Trapped in a closed system - What is the value of a unique selling point for the energy transition today and in the future? Does it make sense to harmonize functions as far as possible in order to dynamically shape the unique selling point for markets, customers and projects on this open basis? A critical examination of the "engineering honor".
Your host: Burkhardt Dittmar, Phoenix Contact
BREAKFAST 2 with Sunbeam (conference language German, no translation offered)
Effective instead of actionist: optimally organize digital B2B communication.
Your hosts: German Lewizki, Caroline Post, Sunbeam
10:00 am - 11:30 am Parallel Forums
EEG remuneration below market price, decreasing balancing energy requirement with increasing renewable energy feed-in: historical turns in series
In August 2018, an EEG-subsidized plant undercut the price of the German electricity market for fossil / nuclear plants for the first time. Ironically, the solar technology which is considered extremely expensive had managed that. This moment came faster than most experts expected. The electricity market is far from the high prices before 2012, for which new renewable energy systems would be unrivaledly cheaper.
What is changing and how can newer market models explain the prices? How do direct sellers manage to bring more and more fluctuating renewable energy to the market with less and less balancing energy, and why, in terms of balancing energy for the integration of renewable energy, do you always read the opposite?
24/7 power supply with renewables - district development (conference language German, no translation offered)
On an area in a central location in Bremen, Germany, shaped by heavy industry, the ÜBERSEEINSEL, a new district for living and working has been developed: on 15 hectares, approx. 1,500 apartments, a school and day-care centers are being built. The goal is to supply the site with CO2-neutral electricity and heat from renewable energies wherever possible. What can this ambitious energy supply concept look like? Which technical and regulatory challenges have to be overcome?
Energy revolution made easily - energy storage tackled (conference language German, no translation offered)
We have achieved a lot and we can be proud of it. At this point we would like to make that visible. Best practice lectures on energy storage report on business models under different conditions and circumstances.
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch Break and Networking in the Exhibition
12:30 pm - 1:00 pm The smarter E Forum: Start-up Pitches
As every year, the Forum New Energy World maintains the welcome culture of the industry for new ideas and innovations, start-ups and think tanks.
With pitches from
Anastasia Segovia, Sales Manager Conexio will guide you through the pitches.
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Parallel Forums
FORUM 1: What do the customers want EU 2025? – Industry requirements for the EU
After fierce disputes within the solar industry over the meaning and nonsense of import duties, things are continuing to brew up in the value-added chain. Some see an industrial core and associated research completely disappear. The others see new protection in current activities of EU science and manufacturers and reject them. How do the customers actually see it? Which products do they want in 2025? How can this be developed even better together? What do manufacturers say who want to return to the EU with their production sites?
Old EEG plants - what comes after the fixed remuneration? (conference language German, no translation offered)
In less than 2 years, the first wind and solar plants will not be supported by the EEG (renewable energy act). What will happen with these once very expensive systems? Can they be operated at today's market conditions and which alternatives are available? What is the legal situation for continued operation? How do politicians see the wish for a follow-up funding of the facilities? What effect do these plants have on the EEG surcharge?
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm Coffee Break and Networking in the Exhibition
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Final panel - the customer enters the stage of the energy world
The final panel of the Forum New Energy World is legendary - innovative approaches, exciting business models, controversial backgrounds are presented and discussed here.
4:00 pm - 4:15 pm Summary and Outlook
4:15 pm End of the 19th Forum New Energy World