Tuesday, April 18, 2023 I 10:00am CST I 6:00pm CET I Language: Spanish
The webinar will focus on two topics: the use of solar thermal energy for biofuel production in Mexico and the new concept of “emotional energy communities”. Concentrated solar thermal technology for processing lignocellulosic waste from the sawmill industry may be an attractive, viable and sustainable option for biofuels production in Mexico. The analysis of emotions and emotional processes, both at the individual and community-level, during energy transitions such as electrification plays a fundamental role.
Dr. Ana Rincón
PhD in Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources from the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico and specialist in Gender, Violence and Public Policies from the same university. She is a researcher at the UNAM Institute for Social Research, level 1 of the National System of Researchers and treasurer of the National Solar Energy Association (ANES).
Dr. Camilo Arancibia
PhD in Physics from CINVESTAV, specialist in optical and thermal processes in solar concentration systems, solar chemistry, thermosolar power generation and solar central tower technology. He is currently a Researcher at the UNAM Renewable Energy Institute, level II of the National System of Researchers and Technical Manager of CeMIESol.
Dr. Karla Cedano
PhD in Engineering and Applied Sciences from the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos. Multidisciplinary academic specialized in Innovation and Sustainability and Social Demand for Energy. She is currently responsible for the Innovation and Futures Laboratory of the UNAM Renewable Energy Institute, level I of the National System of Researchers.
Marisol Oropeza, Business and Marketing Strategist, matters
Business and Marketing Strategist at matters, specialised in the solar industry, born in Mexico and based in Germany since 2004.
Her academic and professional background are international and multidisciplinary. She graduated with honours in Business Administration from the UNAM and holds a Master's degree in European Studies from the Hochschule Bremen in Germany. In addition, she has studied International Marketing, Leadership and Sustainable Development. She has working experience in the public, non-profit and private sector in Mexico and Germany, and has been part of the solar industry since 2008.
Her clients include highly recognised companies and organisations from the European and Mexican solar energy market. She is a creator, consultant, speaker and participates in several international projects.
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