26мар15:0016:30Circular City Week - Closing Celebration
The energy and power industry have over the past years taken massive steps towards increasing the integration of renewables and improving the transmission and distribution of power. The building sector
The energy and power industry have over the past years taken massive steps towards increasing the integration of renewables and improving the transmission and distribution of power. The building sector have likewise vastly increased energy efficiency and product sustainability. During the closing celebration of Circular City Week we will examine how circular economy have the potential to enable and unlock the next generation of energy sustainability.
Global leaders from the power and building industry are currently developing their plans to reach a range of highly ambition 2030 targets. These range from zero waste to land field goals, carbon neutrality and increased resource efficiency. The possibilities that circularity presents as tangible strategies to reach these goals cannot be understated.
We are on a journey and bold leadership is now needed to transform the energy sector!
- Anna Brown, Resilience Lead, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)
- Anthony Abbotts, Director Group Sustainability, ROCKWOOL International
- Kinga Szabo Christensen, Deputy Director General, Confederation of Danish Industry
- Michael Plaster, Executive Vice President & Lead Business Manager, Electrification, ABB US
- Tom Kennedy, Principle & Circular Economy Lead, Arup
- Tone Søndergaard, Director, Circular City Week & Director of Danish Cleantech Hub New York
10.00am – Welcome
– Scene setter: The Potential for Circular Economy in the Built Environment
10.15am – Fireside Chat: New York Programs to Spur Change
10.30am – Keynote: 2030 strategy – Carbon Neutrality and Circular Economy
– Keynote: Built to Last Through Circularity for Long-term Sustainability
11.50am – Interactive Panel Session and Q&A
11.15am – Thank You and Audience Involvement
This week there is only a 5 hour time difference between EST and CET. 10:00am in New York = 3:00pm in Copenhagen
(петок) 15:00 - 16:30