Podcast / Audio
An Interview with Dr. Christian Thiel, Energy Nest
- Mar 9, 2021 8:07 pm GMT
I first spoke to Christian about joining on the podcast over two years ago, we planned to do so at the Hyperion office in Munich, time and pandemics conspired against us. But with so much happening in the space, and so much need for long duration energy storage, I didn’t want to wait any longer, seeing the progress they are making as a company, so I’m delighted to return to one of a few favourite topics, long duration energy storage. I hope you enjoy the episode.
About Dr. Christian Thiel:
Christian has been CEO of EnergyNest since 2014. He holds over 20 years’ experience in product development and executing market entries in the international tech sector in Europe, USA, Japan, China, India and UAE.
Christian has dedicated much of his career to decarbonisation and has gained experience in this field in the mobility and renewable energy sector before now focusing on industrial energy storage solutions that benefit both businesses and the environment. Prior to joining EnergyNest, Christian worked at Senvion, McKinsey, UBS Investment Bank and BMW Group. Christian holds a PhD in Marketing and a master’s degree in Business Administration. Prior to university, he completed his military service and participated in NATO’s peace-keeping mission in former Yugoslavia.
EnergyNest is an award-winning Norwegian technology company that helps customers across the entire energy system to decarbonize heat. The company offers Thermal Battery solutions. EnergyNest has a strong partner ecosystem including Siemens Energy, TSK and AC Boilers among others. The company has contracts signed and first commercially produced Thermal Batteries have been handed over to customers. EnergyNest’s HQ is in Oslo (Norway) and has further regional offices in Hamburg (Germany) and Seville (Spain).
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