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Events with tag “Energy efficiency”

Jan, 19 8:00 AM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

Blockchain Driving Decentralization, Digitalization, and Democratization of the Energy Sector

  • How blockchain technology can solve current energy efficiency challenges and facilitate a more flexible energy market.
  • What the key benefits are of leveraging blockchain technology in the energy efficiency sector: lower transaction cost, increased transparency, reliability, and security, and much more.
  • How blockchain technology can empower non-energy businesses to generate and sell energy.
  • How global businesses can unlock the potential of blockchain technology for efficient tracking of energy generation and usage.
Speakers
Sabine Brink Blockchain CoE Lead, Shell
Felipe Requejo Partner, Global Leader – Consulting – Power, Utilities & Renewables, Deloitte
Jemma Green Executive Chairman & Co-founder at Power Ledger
Christoph Frei Partner & Head of Global Energy Transition Alliance at Emerald Technology Ventures
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Jan, 20 8:00 AM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

Renewable vs. Traditional Energy: How to Ensure the Transition to a Low-Carbon Global Economy?

  • How the integration of renewable energy with traditional energy can ensure a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable future

  • How traditional energy might play the sustainability game. Successful case studies from the leading global utilities on implementing low-carbon solutions.

  • The potential of natural gas: A foundation for renewables or a major contributor to climate change.

Speakers
Nicola Kimm Head of Sustainability, Environment, Health & Safety, Signify
Balu Balagopal Senior Partner at Kearney
Tulsi Tanti Chairman at Suzlon Energy Limited
Frank van Mierlo CEO at 1366 Technologies
Jinlong Ma Vice President at APEC Sustainable Energy Center
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Jan, 20 12:00 PM CET
Technology Stage
Workshop

Emerging Hydrogen Opportunities for Startups and Solution Providers in Australia

Hydrogen technologies have been showing themselves to be full of potential across the globe. In Australia, the conversation about rising hydrogen opportunities is well underway. Hydrogen, which is easily converted, storable, transportable, light and flexible turns out to be a great new opportunity for startups and energy solution providers. Join this workshop presented by Startupbootcamp EnergyAustralia to get a better understanding of the opportunities that emerge with the rise of hydrogen technologies across the globe, starting with Australia itself. See you at Davos Energy Week!
Speakers
Trevor Townsend CEO at Startupbootcamp
Abdur-Raheem Bulbuliya Program Director - Energy at Startupbootcamp
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Jan, 20 3:00 PM CET
Technology Stage
Workshop

Finding the Needle in the Haystack of Tech Solutions for the Energy Transition – from Production to Distribution

In this workshop we will discuss the following topics:

  • How to define a challenge worth solving
  • How to find and select the best available tech solutions
  • How to shape a pilot partnership to test the quality of the solution, the team and the relationship
  • How to evaluate and fail or scale fast in order to keep the energy and the quality high
Speakers
Pieter Paul van Oerle Strategy Director at TNW, Founder at nlmtd
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Jan, 21 8:00 AM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

How Machine Learning and AI Can Boost Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

  • How AI and ML are tackling the energy efficiency problems of the traditional energy sector

  • What types of AI and ML technologies are currently in use by leading energy companies, together with success stories in AI and ML applications.

  • How AI can assist in improving forecasting, accessibility, and efficiency of renewable energy technology

Speakers
Manas Pathak Global AI Lead, Energy at Intel
Philippe Vié Head of Energy, Utilities and Chemicals, Capgemini
Deepika Sandeep AI leader at Honeywell
Zia Zaman Board Member at Energy Market Authority (EMA), Sustainability Advisor & Investor
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Jan, 21 10:00 AM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

Hydropower Policy Requirements for Countries Aiming at Paris Targets

While the Paris Agreement will have global implications, its implementation will take place primarily on the national level. Each country will make its own decisions about how to address hydropower in its energy policy, but the stronger pressure coming from the Paris Agreement and the regular review cycle will likely help to ensure support for hydropower within renewables policy frameworks.

Speakers
Roger Gill President at IHA
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Jan, 21 12:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

The European Power Sector Pathways Towards Carbon Neutrality by 2050

  • Overall objectives of the European Green Deal

  • The future power generation mix

  • Investment required to meet the targets

Speakers
Carlos Torres Diaz Vice President & Head of Gas and Power Markets Research at Rystad Energy
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Jan, 21 5:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

Energy Efficiency as the “Fifth Fuel” to Achieve a Sustainable Energy Future

  • How energy efficiency can unlock the full potential of renewable energy sources and extend their benefits

  • Energy efficiency and economic stimulus: How energy efficiency can boost jobs and economic growth around the world

  • Government vs market-stimulated energy efficiency: How the right policy signals can encourage the private sector to scale up energy efficiency

  • What technologies are currently being implemented to improve energy efficiency across industries.

Speakers
Dorethe Nielsen Vice President of Corporate Environmental Strategy, Novo Nordisk
Duane Dickson Vice Chairman; US Oil, Gas & Chemicals Leader; Global Energy, Resources, & Industrials Consulting Leader, Deloitte
Edan Dionne VP at IBM
Lance Jordan Senior Vice President at Cubico Sustainable Investments
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Jan, 21 7:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

Renewable Energy Growth Under the New Biden Administration

On the first day of the Biden administration in office the presentation of Gregory Wetstone, the President and CEO of ACORE will be focused on the first highly anticipated strategic decisions of the new administration as well as their long-term plan to make the USA a global pioneer in renewable energy development.

Speakers
Gregory Wetstone President and CEO at ACORE
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