In this Energy Unplugged episode, Camilla Nilsson, CEO of Kyoto Group and Alejandro Zerain, Project Leader at Aurora, discuss long duration energy storage with Ana Barillas, our Head of Iberia and LATAM.
Dedicated to sustainability and clean technologies, especially in energy and agriculture, Camilla has extensive international industrial experience from her leadership roles in large international companies. Her background includes experience in multinational joint ventures, aggressive turn-arounds, and building ambitious start-ups. Prior to joining Kyoto Group, Camilla worked with Yara International, and held leadership positions at Norsk Hydro ASA, Umoe BioEnergy ASA, and Agrinos AS.
Main topics include the following:
What is digital farming?
Long-duration energy storage, including both power and heat solutions
The potential competition that thermal storage might face in the future