Smart energy use: Gain energy efficiency with better weather insights

Sustainability

Heating and cooling demands are highly weather dependent: even minor fluctuations in temperature, humidity, wind speed and solar radiation can spike energy requirements from homes and businesses. 

Energy providers are charged with meeting increasing demand, while businesses are looking to optimize energy use. Both are looking for new ways to meet the challenges efficiently without increasing costs.

The key to meeting these challenges: Using precise, real-time local weather data and modeling to optimize energy networks.

Join us for this engaging webinar where experts will be talking about:

  • How weather affects energy demand 
  • How to optimize energy supply using high-quality weather data
  • Applications and use cases such as building automation and energy networks 


Who should attend:
Chief digital officers, heads of innovation, smart city decision makers and energy sector professionals

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Webinar speakers:

Viki Kaasinen

Leading Smart Energy Systems development at Fortum

Viki Kaasinen is leading smart energy systems development at Fortum's Heating & Cooling business. Viki has more than 20 years of experience in digital technology and energy industry in international business environments.

Tommi Roman, Vaisala

Tommi Roman

Head of Emerging Business Development

Tommi Roman is heading the Smart City segment at Vaisala since 2018. Tommi has over 15 years background in the high tech industry working on topics related to digitalization, IoT sensing and mobile technology. Prior to Vaisala Tommi worked for several global technology and startup companies in various leadership roles related to strategy, business development, portfolio management, partnerships, marketing and sales development. Tommi holds a Master in Management of Technology from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL).