Free microgrid webinar set for June 16
By Jack Burke20 April 2021
Experts from Siemens, Enchanted Rock and MTU to present
Registration is now open for a free Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide webinar focused on microgrids.
The one-hour webinar will be Wednesday, June 16 starting at 9 a.m. EST/3 p.m. UK time/4 p.m. CET.
Registration is free here.
The speakers are:
Scott Kessler, microgrid strategy and sales lead for Siemens in the United States. He is responsible for coordinating opportunities across product lines, pursuing new growth strategies, and working with partners.
Previously, Scott was the second employee at LO3 Energy where he led business development globally, serving as a speaker and panelist at more than 50 conferences and was responsible for educating utilities and retailers on how transactive energy and distributed energy marketplaces are creating new opportunities and business models.
Allan Schurr, chief commercial officer, Enchanted Rock, a builder and operator of microgrids. Schurr joined the Enchanted Rock team in 2018 and brings go-to-market expertise from over 30 years of experience in commercial and industrial energy services and innovative utility solutions. Schurr is responsible for corporate and product marketing, direct sales, and channel sales functions.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Davis and a Master’s in Business Administration from St. Mary’s College in California. He is also a registered Professional Engineer in the state of California, and he is a co-inventor on seven patents related to distributed energy.
Cordelia Thielitz, vice president Business Development, Strategy & Product Management for Sustainable Solutions at Rolls Royce Power Systems. Her focus is on strategy development and market implementation for microgrid and other sustainable solutions under the brand mtu.
Previously, Thielitz spent 14 years at the Robert Bosch Group, where she held various management positions in the Automotive, Corporate, and Security Systems divisions, including initiating and leading the worldwide development of the Stationary Energy Storage Systems business unit.
Thielitz holds a degree in economics and Japanology (M.A.) and studied at the Free University of Berlin and Keio University in Tokyo.