Jürgen Resch

Jürgen Resch is Industry Manager Energy at COPA-DATA Headquarters. He has been passionate about power plants and remote-controlled stuff since he was a child. Now he is working in a company creating solutions to run substations and power plants optimized from the distance. If you want to test out his expertise and find out just how switched on he is, simply drop him an email.

Jürgen Resch

Articles by Jürgen Resch

Keeping the lights on

By Jürgen Resch

Jürgen Resch, Energy and Infrastructure Industry Manager at COPA-DATA, investigates why stable renewable grid integration is crucial for Europe.

Technology for energy resilience

By Jürgen Resch

Jürgen Resch, Industry Manager for Energy at COPA-DATA, explains, how to use technology and predictive maintenance to improve resilience to power failures.

Serial communication to TCP/IP

By Jürgen Resch

Let's take a look why manufacturers should move their information systems from serial communication to TCP/IP.

Situational awareness in substations

By Jürgen Resch

Let's explore the challenge of data blind spots for substation operators and how technology can be used to gain greater situational awareness.

IEC 62351: Secure communication in the energy industry

By Jürgen Resch

Let's look into the importance of end-to-end secure communications in the energy sector and the need for the IEC 62351 standard.

Blockchain technology for decentralized trading in energy

By Jürgen Resch

Following several successful European projects, a revolution in energy generation is happening. Let's try to explain how blockchain could lead to a smarter energy grid.

Energy trends for 2019

By Jürgen Resch

Let's try to forecast the key trends for energy in 2019, which will reaffirm Europe's position in the global renewable energy market.

The growing need to store excess energy

By Jürgen Resch

Let's see why energy storage isn’t just for those rechargeable household AA batteries.

Managing and maintaining hydro-electric plants

By Jürgen Resch

Globally, humans have been taking advantage of hydro-electric power for centuries, but with increasing pressure to meet renewable energy targets, perhaps it is time that the world invested further.