X-FLEX project proposes, a set of efficient, cost-effective, integrated solutions, that will facilitate the optimum combination of decentralised flexibility assets, both on the generation (DER) side and on the demand side (V2G, power-to-heat/cold/gas, batteries, demand response), enabling all parties, including final prosumers, to offer their flexibility in the market creating benefits to all the actors in the smart grid value chain.
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Esteban Pastor is Energy Engineer by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). He holds a MSc in Energy engineering by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and a MSc in Energy Environment and Technology by the École Polytechnique de Paris.
He is currently Project Manager at ETRA working on business development and strategic positioning of ETRA in the field of Hydrogen. He is deputy coordinator in the definition and pre-development of ORANGE.BAT, the industrial strategy for the decarbonization of the Spanish Ceramic industry, part of the IPCEI on Hydrogen. He has been participating in different EU-funded projects such as WiseGRID, for which he was Deputy Project Coordinator, CROSSBOW, as Demonstration and Evaluation Leader, and COMPILE and MERLON as Project Manager.
Camilla Neumann is a graduate of the University of Graz and Utrecht University (Joint International Master Studies in Energy and Materials).
Currently employed at Joanneum Research – Institute for Climate, Energy, and Society. Her research focuses on assessing renewables from an economic, societal and regulatory viewpoint. Currently working on H2020 projects COMPILE and X-FLEX, creating business models for energy communities and exploiting the value of flexibility provision. Task leader of the BRIDGE working group on business models.
Bojan Stojanović has more than 15 years of experience in the international sustainability arena working on nature protection, sustainable business practices, renewable energy sources and mitigating and adapting to climate change. Currently working in Petrol d.d., Ljubljana as Head of EU projects, Bojan is responsible for developing and managing innovative energy projects (Horizon 2020) and ensuring that developed solutions find their way to the market.
Bojan holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) and is representative of Petrol d.d. in different associations such as TECES and CER.
Chloé joined Laboratory of energy policy (Faculty of Electrical Engineering) in February 2020 as a researcher. Her work in the laboratory is mostly focussed on EU project X-FLEX. Currently she is doing PhD on local flexibility markets.