Dave Wisenteiner

Microsoft Corporation

Partner & GM Global Energy Engineering

David manages Microsoft’s Energy team of domain experts helping energy customers solve some of their most difficult problems through AI, High Performance Computing and Exoscale cloud. In working with some of the largest and most innovative customers in the world, David’s team has collaborated on work ranging from energy load balancing of power grids to driving AI in Seismic Imaging to one of the largest carbon capture initiatives in the world. As the energy producers converge with energy distributors and with the rapid growth of renewables, Microsoft is driving new solutions that drive operational autonomy, safety and sustainability. With more than twenty five years of experience across Energy, Manufacturing, Financial Services and Transportation, David’s career has focused on turn arounds and organizations that are entering their high growth phase. This includes work with companies like Xerox, Western Union, First Data, and Pilot Oil company as well as several early stage organizations. Prior to managing the energy vertical for engineering, David managed all industries in the High Performance Compute business for Microsoft. David holds a Bachelor of Arts from Colorado College, MBA from The University of Colorado and a Masters of Science from University of Colorado.

Sessions With Dave Wisenteiner

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 08:30am - 09:10am (CST) / 09/mar/2022 02:30 pm - 09/mar/2022 03:10 pm

    Collaboration & Partnerships: Critical path to energy transition

    Panel Digitalization/AI/Machine Learning/Robotics/Cybersecurity

    The energy transition is underway and accelerating, driven by public demand, policy, technology innovations, and economic forces. The transition is revolutionizing the energy value chain and blurring the lines that used to define the traditional industry silos. In that environment, collaboration among traditional energy players, start-ups, technology companies, and policymakers is vital for success. What is the potential role of partnerships in sparking innovation, fast-tracking technology deployment, and undertaking complex multibillion-dollar clean energy projects? How can public-private partnerships contribute to accelerate the energy transition?