ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM LAUNCH – 29 JUNE 2018
BIO – FRANCISCO CARRANZA
Francisco is currently Managing Director of the Nissan Energy business where he is in charge of products and services related to the electric vehicle grid integration (vehicle to grid, smart charging) and also the portfolio of products in the renewable energy generation and storage leveraging Nissan know how and expertise in lithium batteries. He has been at Nissan since 2008 where he had responsibilities in the External Affairs, Corporate Planning and Program Management teams. Francisco has two engineering degrees (Sevilla Engineering School and IFP School) and two MBA degrees (EM Lyon and Cranfield School of Management).
BIO – FABRICE ROUDET
Based in Morges, Switzerland, Fabrice is responsible for the strategic management of Eaton’s energy storage solutions for residential, commercial, industrial and grid-scale applications across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Prior to this role Fabrice was Product Line Manager – Energy Storage Business Unit for EMEA. In that role, Fabrice defined and drove release of Energy Storage product lines to the market.
Fabrice joined Eaton in 2011 after seven years of managing innovative projects within the corporate research and development division at Schneider Electric. Fabrice’s previous roles at Eaton include single phase innovation and competencies manager and program manager for Data Center automation solutions for Power Quality division.
Fabrice holds a bachelors’ degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble France and a doctorate in wireless communication technology from the INPG Institute of Technology, Grenoble.
BIO – FRANK CAMPBELL
Frank C. Campbell is president of the Corporate and Electrical Sector at Eaton and responsible for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Prior to this role, Frank was senior vice president, global sales and marketing, for Eaton’s Electrical Group.
During his time with Eaton, Frank has held positions of increasing responsibility, including business unit manager for panelboards and switchboards, vice president and general manager for the company’s Commercial Facilities Division and vice president and general manager for the Electrical Assemblies Division.
Frank began his career with Westinghouse in 1984 and later joined Eaton with the acquisition of Westinghouse DCBU in 1994.
He has earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Delaware.
Frank is located in Morges, Switzerland.
BIO – THOMAS RAFFEINER
As the owner of a strategic consulting company with a focus on energy, Thomas Raffeiner founded The Mobility House in 2009, creating one of the first service companies for e-mobility in Europe. Inspired by the technical possibilities he is convinced that the end of the age of fossil fuel is coming closer and therefore takes challenges and chances of this shift into account. Conquering the summit is what matters to the pioneer of e-mobility on one side in an economical sense with his team and in his spare-time he strives towards the peak by hiking, biking or para-lifting. The Austrian citizen, and father of three, also supports a Children’s Village, in Ladakh, located in the Indian part of the Himalaya.