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Energy Storage Systems Powered by CoolSiC™ - Realizing Efficiency from Grid to Battery

Energy storage systems offer a wide range of technological approaches to manage our supply-demand situation, create a more resilient energy infrastructure, and deliver cost savings for utilities and consumers. In this webinar, you will get a deeper insight into Infineon's comprehensive solution offering for Energy Storage Systems, with a focus on silicon carbide and its important contribution to reducing losses by 50%. You will also get an overview of the structure of energy storage systems and learn more about topologies and implementation approaches.




Originally presented: June 2, 2022
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

With the enormous amount of energy being consumed in today's world and government policies to minimize carbon emissions, the shift to renewable energy makes reliably delivering energy where and when it is needed more challenging than ever. As a result, the global demand in residential and commercial for energy storage systems is significantly increasing.

Energy storage systems offer a wide range of technological approaches to manage our supply-demand situation, create a more resilient energy infrastructure, and deliver cost savings for utilities and consumers. Infineon's CoolSiC™ technology helps reduce energy losses, enabling higher power density and potentially convection cooling.

In this webinar, you will get a deeper insight into Infineon's comprehensive solution offering for Energy Storage Systems, with a focus on silicon carbide and its important contribution to reducing losses by 50%. You will also get an overview of the structure of energy storage systems and learn more about topologies and implementation approaches.

Key Takeaways

  • Get an overview of the application trends in the ESS market
  • Understand different topologies of AC to DC coupled
  • Explore the benefits CoolSiC™ can provide in ESS applications
  • Gain deeper insights into Infineon's comprehensive CoolSiC™ portfolio

Speakers

Markus Hermwille, Head of Application Management and Application Marketing IPB, Infineon Technologies AG

Markus Hermwille has 20 years of experience in the field of power semiconductors and system solutions. He studied engineering and held several national and international marketing and management positions in semiconductor industry before joining Infineon in 2009.

Jonathan Schmitt, Global Application Manager Renewable Energy, Infineon Technologies AG

Jonathan Schmitt joined Infineon Technologies AG in 2020 and was part of its International Graduate Program. He now works in the Power & Sensor System division as Global Application Manager for Renewable Energy. His focus areas are residential solar systems, energy storage systems, uninterruptable power supply and battery production. He holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering & Management from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). During his master degree, he studied also at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University and broadened his expertise in the field of New Energy Systems.

Damijan Zupancic, Product Application Engineer, Infineon Technologies AG

Damijan Zupancic joined Infineon Technologies AG in 2015 and mainly works as a Product Application Engineer and 3rd level customer support for CoolMOS SJ MOSFETs and silicon carbide MOSFETs and diodes. He has a particular focus on understanding system applications and defining product requirements for solar inverters, energy storage power converters and Li-ion battery chargers. He holds a Master's degree in electrical engineering from University of Ljubljana.

Andrej Orel, Segment Manager City & Infrastructure, EBV Elektronik

Andrej Orel joined EBV Elektronik in 1997 as a field application engineer. Since 2006 he assumed different roles as regional application manager and business development manager. In 2019, he took over as a segment manager of the segment called City & Infrastructure focusing on smart city, energy, smart grid and infrastructure topics. He holds an electrical engineering degree in electronics and telecommunications from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenija