Hosted by: Ghazi Kablouti
Transformers are highly material-intensive and energy efficient devices with a long operational life-time. Taking a life-cycle perspective on their environmental impact is crucial to optimize the design of new transformers that contribute to advancing a more sustainable energy value chain and a sustainable energy future for all.
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In this session, we are sharing insights from our life-cycle impact assessment tool by discussing the impact of different transformer design options on their environmental and economic (TCO) performance. We discuss the implications of these results on future design choices and emphasize the need for factoring the value of future carbon costs associated with operational losses for choosing an environmentally as well as economically optimized design.
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Ghazi Kablouti is the Global Portfolio Sustainability Manager for the Transformers business of Hitachi Energy. He has more than 15 years of international experience in managing the development and commercialization of cleantech and decarbonization solutions at industry-leading corporations in the energy infrastructure sector. He also served as senior advisor to the World Bank and to leading corporations in the automotive and chemical industry on impact management strategies and tools. He has a degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of Stuttgart (in Germany) and a PhD in Systemic Management from the University of St. Gallen (in Switzerland).