10 June 2020 6:00 PM


Webinar on-demand
DURATION: 50 minutes

Wärtsilä combined heat and power (CHP) plants are designed to meet the customer’s specific needs, be it steam generation, district heating, hot or chilled water, or a combination of the above. As flexibility within the power system will be increasingly required in order to integrate growing shares of renewables in a cost-efficient and secure manner Wärtsilä CHP technology, with its fast starting and stopping capabilities, can achieve total efficiencies as high as >90%.

The Wärtsilä Energy Transition Lab shows extremely well the evolving electricity market landscape in Europe. We have witnessed the record renewable share levels, lower demand, significantly lower prices, challenging times for baseload generation, and more profit for energy storage installations. While the electricity prices are almost halved, the price volatility in the market has increased. Join us and hear how Wärtsilä’s Energy Transition Lab findings highlight the path to 100% renewables in Germany’s coal phase out for 2038.

Anette Danielsson
Market Development Analyst
Wärtsilä Energy Business
Ville Rimali
Director, Growth & Development
Wärtsilä Energy Business
Jan Andersson
Market Development Manager, Europe
Wärtsilä Energy Business
Dr.-Ing. Jens Kühne
Head of Department, Generation, sector coupling and storage
Guest speaker