Francisco Silva

Job Title
Application Engineer Manager
Moura Group

In the electric energy market for 23 years, with experience in large national and international companies, Francisco has had a technical training in Electrotechnics, a degree in Administration and an MBA in Business in the Electric Sector by FGV. He was involved in the development of projects for thermal and hydroelectric power plants, in the conception of projects for basic network substations and solar and wind power plants. As the Application Engineering Manager for Energy Storage Systems at Grupo Moura, he has engaged with the firsts projects in several application, including the firsts hybrid power plant of large off-grid systems in Brasil, integrating thermal and PV power plants with ESS.

August 30, 2023A Critical Analysis of the Most Relevant Battery Technologies for Energy Storage Systems


Further Content

Press Release

Record Numbers at The smarter E South America 2023

Septemer 6, 2023

More than 530 exhibitors at The smarter E South America 2023 – LATAM’s Innovation Hub for the New Energy World

Webinar Collection

Promising Brazilian Photovoltaic Market – Opportunities and Challenges

June 1st, 2023

The solar photovoltaic market in Brazil has experienced remarkable growth in the last ten years. This year alone Brazilian developers have already installed at least 2.1 GW of distributed-generation solar and more than 1.3 GW of centralized PV.

Markus Vlasits, CEO of NewCharge

Green Hydrogen as a Feedstock for Local Fertilizer Production?

The smarter E Podcast Episode 143 | Language: English

July 27, 2023

Green hydrogen could be used for local fertilizer production in Brazil. But also energy storage systems are becoming increasingly important. Markus Vlasits, CEO of NewCharge, gives us an overview of the short- and medium-term developments in Brazil.


What you should know about the Brazilian markets for energy storage and green hydrogen

August 3, 2023

The Brazilian electricity market is changing. The share of renewable energy based on solar and wind power is growing and is expected to account for 50% of future electricity production. Challenges posed by fluctuating renewable sources require new approaches for managing the Brazilian electricity grid, thus creating significant opportunities for energy storage.


Conference Committee

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