Join host Rory Bamford in this episode of “Building Energy” as he explores key insights into the future of energy with two industry experts from ABB. First up is Jay Misheal, National Business Development Manager in the Utilities & Renewables Segment at ABB. Jay delves into the critical aspects of the industry, including decarbonization, digitization, grid resiliency, urbanization, and safety for both utility employees and customers. Throughout the discussion, Jay provides valuable references and insights, offering a comprehensive view of the evolving landscape.
Following Jay, we have Dan O’Shea, Vice President of Business Development at ABB E-mobility in the US. Dan sheds light on the pressing need for smart chargers in the electric mobility sector and emphasizes the importance of open standards and communication protocols. He explores the correlation between a Smart Grid and smart chargers, highlighting the benefits of smart charging to avoid demand charges and coincident peaks. Dan also addresses the preparations utilities can undertake to adapt to the changing dynamics and raises the question of whether utilities should own charging stations.
Tune in to “Building Energy” to gain valuable insights from Jay Misheal and Dan O’Shea as they share their expertise on the pivotal trends shaping the energy and electric mobility sectors, providing a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities ahead.
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Guest Name: Jay Misheal – Business Development Manager – Utility Segment
Guest Name 2: Dan O’Shea – Vice President of Business Development – ABB E-Mobility
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