MIT SDM Systems Thinking Webinar Series
Jorge Moreno and Donny Holaschutz, Cofounders, inodú; SDM Alumni
Jorge Moreno, SDM ’11, and Donny Holaschutz, SDM ’10
Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Slides available here.
About the Presentation
Chile was one of fewer than 15 countries worldwide that had solar and wind energy production levels above 10 percent in 2017. Rapidly integrating these renewable sources into the power system has created significant challenges and opportunities for regulators, system operators, and market entities.
This webinar will explain how both public and private entities can take advantage of the transition now under way in Chile’s power system. It will cover:
- challenges and opportunities created in the operation of the power system;
- elements driving the need for flexibility to support renewable energy integration in the power system; and
- key regulatory and policy challenges to incentivize a more flexible power system in the future.
A Q&A will follow the presentation. We invite you to join us!
About the Speakers
Donny Holaschutz is a cofounder of the energy and sustainability consultancy inodú with experience in both for- and not-for profit ventures. As an SDM graduate he holds a master’s degree in engineering and management from MIT. He also earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Jorge Moreno is an inodú cofounder with extensive experience in the energy industry in the United States and Latin America. As an SDM graduate, he holds an MS in engineering and management from MIT. He also earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
About the Series
Sponsored by the System Design & Management (SDM) program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the MIT SDM Systems Thinking Webinar Series features research conducted by SDM faculty, alumni, students, and industry partners. The series is designed to disseminate information on how to employ systems thinking to address engineering, management, and socio-political components of complex challenges. Recordings and slides from prior SDM webinars can be accessed here.