EPC abb substation
Foto Jonas Bilberg

We are pleased to announce that Ambra Sannino has agreed to speak at NSYP19. Ambra completed her PhD at Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy, and has worked as an associate professor in Chalmers university, Gothenburg. Her industrial career has focused on power electronics, working at ABB, and now as Business Director for Power System Analysis at DNV-GL Energy. 

The chair of the Sweden section PE/PEL chapter uses her role with DNV-GL to support utilities, industry, and renewable customers with premium advisory services in the power systems field to facilitate the energy transition to fossile-free future.

Image taken from DNV-GLs website

The talk called “The power grid in 2050” will focus on Ambra’s work at DNV-GL, and their recently published Energy Transition Outlook, ETO, report for 2019.

The ETO is DNV GL’s view on the energy future through to 2050 modeling 10 regions and the impact on 3 industry sectors. It is a forecast of the most likely path ahead.

We, as engineers, will have a repsonsibility to engineer smarter. The onus will be on us to help solve the worlds climate change challenges, by designing and implementing better and more efficient solutions. This talk will give an overview of where we are now, and how we could look in 2050 based on the ETO report. This talk will give a background of the challenges that lie ahead of us.