|Mar 18, 2021
Daniele Rosati appointed National Coordinator for Confindustria’s ANIE Utility Scale Storage Working Group
An appointment that recognizes Mr. Rosati’s experience and competence in a key sector for the energy transition.
On March 17, 2021, Daniele Rosati, Engie EPS’ Chief Technology Officer, has been appointed National Coordinator for Confindustria’s ANIE Utility Scale Storage Working Group.
ANIE is one of the Major Federations in Confindustria, representing the Italian Electrotechnical and Electronic Industries, a sector that overall employs about 500.000 people with a combined turnover of 84 billion Euros (2019), responsible for 30% of the total private investment in R&D in Italy.
The 1500 Companies associated to ANIE provide cutting edge technological solutions and systems representing in full the Italian technological excellence. Mr. Rosati has been selected to lead the ANIE’s Working Group in charge of representing the interests of the Italian renewable energy technology players to the institutions of all levels.
Mr. Rosati co-founded Engie EPS and devoted all his professional life to the energy sector, being responsible of the most complex R&D and engineering projects concerning the development of power converters, digital controllers and integrated renewable energy storage systems.
Co-inventor of patents related to Distributed Power Generation and Renewable Energies and co-author of several international publications in the field of Power Electronics and Renewable Energies, Mr. Rosati maintains today a strong relation with Politecnico di Milano, his Alma Mater, where he holds the positions of lecturer and visiting professor in Power Generation Systems, Renewable Energies and Microgrids at the Department of Energy.
Mr. Rosati’s appointment as national coordinator for Confindustria’s ANIE Utility Scale Storage Working Group occurs in a crucial time for the Italian energy transition due to imminent deployment of the European Recovery Fund. Mr. Rosati will offer his expertise to underpin the strategic importance of the energy storage industry, enhancing the national transition towards sustainable energies.
Confindustria is the main association representing manufacturing and service companies in Italy, with a voluntary membership of more than 150,000 companies of all sizes, employing a total of 5,437,488 people.
The association’s activities are aimed at guaranteeing the central importance of companies, the drivers of Italy’s economic, social and civil development. By representing companies and their values at institutions of all levels, Confindustria contributes to social well-being and progress, and from this standpoint guarantees increasingly diversified, efficient and modern services.
National federation of the Electrotechnical and Electronic Industries, part of Confindustria.