Patrick Vasile studied renewable energy management at the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences in Freising. Since graduating with a bachelor's degree, he has held various positions at Netze BW GmbH.
Patrick Vasile made his career start in 2015 as an engineer for decentralized power grid planning at Netze BW GmbH's Kirchheim unter Teck site. In 2017, he was initially given a partial secondment to work on the TOP company project "Grid Integration Electromobility", within which he initially formed the interface between the specialist departments of decentralized grid planning and the project team as an expert. Since 2018, he has been working on a full-time secondment for the project - his responsibilities included project management of the NETZlabor "E-Mobility-Chaussee", in which the effects of electromobility specifically on rural network topology were investigated under real conditions during an 18-month practical test phase and which technical solution approaches distribution network operators can use to meet this particular challenge.
03:05 pm - 03:20 pm
Charging Challenges For E-Mobility
Electric vehicles and charging infrastructure have become established in the mass market. But there are still some challenges when it comes to meeting demand, and the charging process does not always run smoothly. In this session, experts from industry, academia and NGOs will be discussing questions such as: Why is the public charging infrastructure unable to provide reliable charging? How must we adapt the existing charging infrastructure to accommodate commercial and heavy-duty vehicles? How can technology and technical standards keep up with the growth and diversification of the battery electric vehicle fleet? Join this discussion by players working on the front line of this market.