HANNOVER MESSE 2020, 20 - 24 April
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How Artificial Intelligence lets the sun shine:

Co-creating a leading digital platform for the photovoltaic industry

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Fireside Chat


Energy Efficiency, Integrated Energy, Partner Country Sweden

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Co-Lab Stage

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Solar PV will be the leading power source of future generations: Installed solar capacity increases 14-fold by 2040. It will be key to harvest every available kilowatt hour. Vattenfall, patron of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce, seizes digitalisation opportunities to support the rapid growth of sustainable energy by teaming up with the solar analytics startup Solytic. Through Co-Lab, they are leading the way to a fossil free future. The photovoltaic market-boom has resulted in an increasing number of photovoltaic systems in commercial portfolios, putting the solar industry under pressure to lower costs. With an invisible digital control room, Solytic’s technology automates manual processes to decrease operational costs. Together, Solytic and Vattenfall use digitalisation to increase the yield by using artificial intelligence. In a Q&A session on the Co-Lab stage, the Chamber invites you to learn more about how AI can build service platforms to build a sustainable future.


  Amira Elbidawi

Amira Elbidawi

Business Development Manager, Vattenfall

Amira El-Bidawi works at Vattenfall as a Business Development Manager at Green:field, Vattenfall’s Open Innovation Platform with a focus on Wind Energy. She is the previous initiator and ...

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  Alwin Nagel

Alwin Nagel

Founder & COO, Solytic

Experienced energy entrepreneur for over 14 years at i.a. Powerpeers, Vattenfall and Nuon. Bachelor Degree in Economics and Communication from Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Former career ...

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