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Events with tag “Energy investment”

Jan, 19 2:30 PM CET
Technology Stage
Workshop

How to Build a Bankable Project as a Green Entrepreneur and attract Funding

Becoming a Green Entrepreneur is an attractive idea, but it can also be challenging to raise funds and come up with a product or solution that will eventually make a profit. Our Davos Energy Week Online speakers are professional in this field who not only can relate to such problems, but also share some tips on how to put together a successful project.
Speakers
Tony Tiyou CEO Renewables in Africa
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Jan, 20 11:00 AM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

Accelerating Investments in the Energy Transition in Heavy Industries in Europe

  • Why energy efficiency gets less attention from media and investors

  • How heavy industry leaders beef up their energy efficiency programs during uncertain times and a pandemic.

  • How energy efficiency contributes to achieving the climate goals

  • What kinds of partnerships and collaborations can help businesses and industries achieve their energy efficiency goals

Speakers
Rodney Janssen President at EEIP
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Jan, 20 1:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

Multistakeholder Green Bank Model for Financing Energy Access in Developing Countries

  • How energy transformation is being implemented in developing countries and what the main challenges are

  • What options for financing energy programs are available in developing world

  • How to select an innovative energy project to work on

Speakers
Magdalena Kouneva Director General at Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
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Jan, 20 5:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Panel Discussion

New Energy Investment Rules for Achieving Sustainable Future

  • How are energy investment rules changing to obtain a low-carbon energy system? Successful examples of green investments around the world.

  • What is the likelihood that investment opportunities arising from the energy transition will outweigh climate-related risks? How to assess climate-related risks before making energy investments.

  • How can regulators and banks foster a corporate transition to cleaner technologies? What financial instruments are there for promoting energy efficiency—regulation, taxation, subsidies?

  • How can green investments bring a competitive advantage to companies and improve their economic resilience to climate change?

Speakers
Rentia van Tonder Head Power and Infrastructure Client Coverage at Standard Bank SA
David Hayes Managing Partner at bp ventures
Amy West Managing Director, Global Head of Sustainable Finance and Corporate Transitions at TD Securities.
Reid Capalino SVP Business Development at LS Power
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Jan, 20 5:30 PM CET
Technology Stage
Exhibitor

DNG's LNG bunkering at Coega, Algoa Bay: A game changer for Africa's energy needs and decarbonising economies

DNG Energy is an integrated energy resources and infrastructure company founded by South African entrepreneur Aldworth Mbalati in 2013. The company specialises in the development of liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure and will be bringing LNG to South Africa in 2021, making a cleaner, affordable fuel alternative available to the market. We believe that providing widespread, affordable natural gas has the potential to fundamentally alter South Africa’s socio-economic outlook while also helping in achieving climate change goals.


Speakers
Aldworth Mbalati Group CEO at DNG Energy
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Jan, 20 7:00 PM CET
Main Stage
Keynote

Achieving Ultra-High Penetration Renewables at Least Cost: Optimized Technological Portfolios and Global Implications

World trends and technological advances suggest that we can’t argue that the future of energy is green. The cost of renewable energy is still higher than of traditional forms, although it has dropped significantly. There are still obstacles to wider use, for example, the inconstancy of energy production, which raises the need for more storage capacity. So, what optimized technological portfolios are there for achieving ultra-high penetration renewables at least cost?
Speakers
Marc Perez Member of the Board of Directors at American Solar Energy Society (ASES)
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