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25. February, 13:0013:20

  • Sören Eilenberger, Co-founder and Managing Director, fleXality GmbH

Moderation: Benjamin Küther, Science manager at Hochschule Bremerhaven

Practical examples are used to show how frozen fish can be used for storage, thereby saving costs and CO2.

Can fish store energy?

Find out in Sören Eilenberger’s presentation how frozen fish can significantly reduce electricity costs and CO2 emissions using artificial intelligence and process engineering expertise.

The fleXality GmbH team primarily supports operators of large refrigeration systems in optimizing their energy costs. Producers of frozen food and frozen food logistics companies can combine economic and ecological benefits using fleXality solutions.

Prepare for the future and immerse yourself in the world of energy flexibilization. Learn how you can make profitable use of your existing deep-freeze storage – for yourself and for society!


Sören Eilenberger, Co-founder and Managing Director, fleXality GmbH

As an industrial engineer, it has been Sören Eilenberger’s task and passion to combine economic and technical aspects since the beginning of his career.

Expert and management roles at various well-known companies such as the BLG Logistics Group or the Air Liquide Group have given him a broad horizon of the challenges facing the industry.

When a team was formed to do something for the environment using innovative methods, the father of two young children was immediately on board. He and his team colleagues at fleXality have been developing software & data-based solutions for commercial cooling and heating processes since 2022.

His goal: to create intelligent solutions so that the energy transition also works in industry.


Benjamin Küther, Science manager at Hochschule Bremerhaven

Benjamin Küther sees himself as a science manager. In his role as a research assistant at Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences, he conducts research in the field of knowledge and technology transfer and was involved in setting up the Transfer Center for Artificial Intelligence Bremen.AI. He was already fascinated by technology transfer and the management of innovation processes during his diploma studies in business administration. He gained practical experience at the interface between science and business in various management positions at the Technology Transfer Center (ttz) Bremerhaven. He deepened his practical knowledge in this field with a Master’s degree in Science Marketing. The unpredictability of transfer processes still fascinates him today.

This event will be held in German. 



25. February
13:00 – 13:20
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