Young Alumni event at Eneco
TU Delft Alumni Relations and Eneco joined forces and welcome young alumni up to five years after graduation in Rotterdam for an evening on the Future of the Sustainable Energy System of the Netherlands on Thursday, 6 October. Including speakers from Eneco and TU Delft, a challenging Energy Game and plenty of time for networking!
The energy sector has a pioneering role in the energy transition. To keep our planet liveable for future generations, the rapid decarbonisation of an energy grid that is also sustainable is a must. This complex challenge needs both technological, economic and social capacities. It requires massive industrial electrification for industrial processes, installation of storage systems such as batteries, and setting up smart energy grids. In addition, developing sustainable heat networks, also called district heating, requires lots of stakeholder management. And how fast can our energy system change while keeping it operational?
During this event, you will get an insight in the latest developments in the field of the sustainable energy system. Learn how TU Delft and Eneco are implementing these innovations and solve challenges to create a system that is greener and smarter; while staying as safe and robust as today’s energy grid. And, of course, you will have plenty of time to meet up with fellow alumni and to enlarge your network within the Delft and Eneco communities.
17:00 - 18:00
Walk in & Registration (with drinks and finger food)
18:00 - 19:00
Opening – Janneke Hermans (TU Delft Alumni Relations)
Introduction of Energy Transition by Eneco with One Planet - Kees-Jan Rameau (Eneco)
Interactive Panel discussion with:
- Merel Schumacher (Eneco) - Moderator. Business Analyst at Eneco Energy Trade
- Jan Keenan (Eneco) - Manager Industrial Electrification at Eneco Renewable Energy Solutions - Industrial Electrification
- Marco Stecca (TU Delft): Electrical Sustainable Power Lab
- Jasper Feuth (Eneco) - Battery storage and Smart Energy Grids Project- en Tendermanager Sustainable Energy, Energy as a Service, Batteries and Smart Areas @Eneco
- Rutger Smit (Eneco) – Decentral Heat/Cold network Technical Advisor @Eneco
19:00 - 20:00
Energy Transition Game
Experience how the energy transition works while collaborating in groups. An ideal way to initiate deeper discussions and to evaluate the choices to make.
20:00 - 22:00
Networking, bites and drinks: meeting fellow young Delft engineers.
Marten Meesweg 5
068 AV Rotterdam
Marten Meesweg 5
3068 AV Rotterdam