13 - 14 April 2021 | VIRTUAL

Christos Georgopoulos


He develops the company business strategy, manages business development, and pursues strategic cooperation’s with international technology vendors and targeted customers. From 1998 to 2000, Mr. Georgopoulos co-founded and was responsible for operations at Ellemedia, a Lucent product development partner for residential networks, gigabit switching and VDSL chipset design, where he led product design and business development with international PTTs. From 1997 to 1998, he was a group manager with the NTUA Telecom Lab, managing research projects with several EU telecommunications companies, including a Bell Laboratories project on native IP/ATM architectures. From 1993 to 1996, he was a research associate in the NTUA Telecom Lab, working on integrated telecommunications networks with leading EU telecommunications companies. He holds a diploma in Electrical & Computer Engineering and a Ph.D. in Integrated Broadband Networks, both from NTUA, Greece.

13 Apr 2021
 - 12:05 CET

Grid connections don’t come easy, and they don’t come cheap. Some locations are also suffering from high levels of congestion. This session will look at what an asset owner can do to maximise a grid connection once they have it and will consider:

  • The inclusion of storage – making the business case for it
  • Grid services you can provide – finding the right group of services for your project’s economics
  • Taking a wider look at a project and optimising assets
  • Finding the sweet spot between CAPEX and revenue