06.06.2021. Europe Energy Week | June 15 - 17 2021

Europe Energy Week | June 15 - 17, 2021 

Shaping the Energy of Tomorrow

Europe Energy Week is a three-day virtual conference that will take place from June 15-17, 2021, to tackle the tough challenges the entire energy industry is facing today. How can we meet the growing demand for electricity and protect our climate at the same time? How can we build new energy systems across the globe and combat climate change by making sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy possible? What is Europe’s role in this transformation?

During the three-day session, we will discuss the regional challenges and opportunities facing the energy sector in this journey of evolution and transformation towards decarbonized energy systems

The conference will feature insightful panel sessions for the future of the energy industry. It will also connect global energy businesses, market leaders, policy makers and government representatives, to structure new energy business models, to devise strategies, and to energize societies as we forge ahead on this exciting journey. 

  

We look forward to hosting your participation and facilitating the conversation on our journey to a carbon-neutral world together. See you at the conference!  

Register here

Agenda

June 15, 2021:                  

ENVIRONMENT, SOCIAL & GOVERNANCE

9.30 – 10.00 CEST           

THOUGHT STARTER: What if we miss the energy transformation?
Moderated interview will give “food for thought” if Europe is ready for energy evolution and what are the missing milestones in this process. While focusing on the entire perspective of energy challenges, this session is meant to be mind-opening and to address the urgency of dealing with climate change. Moreover, we will address sustainable energy and readiness of the key stakeholders for transforming how we generate and use energy.

Confirmed Speakers:

Ariel Porat, Senior VP Hub Europe, Siemens Energy

Rachel Kyte, Dean, The Fletcher School at Tufts University; former special representative of the UN Secretary-General and CEO of Sustainable Energy for All

10.30 – 11.40 CEST            

Financing tomorrow’s energy systems to realize the potential of sustainability Deep decarbonization to reach net zero emissions is going to take huge sums of investment. This session will explore how companies can balance investments with the need to provide low-cost power solutions, how the financial system can respond to new reporting requirements and transparency and the incentives needed to motivate the deployment of tomorrow’s energy systems in a scalable manner.

Confirmed Speakers:

Maria Ferraro, CFO, Siemens Energy

Edna Schöne, Member of the Managing Board, Euler Hermes

Niall Hannigan, CFO, Masdar

Nina dos Santos, Europe Editor, CNN

12.00 – 12.30 CEST           

TRANSFORMATION TALK: Transformation towards inclusion and diversity in energy

Meade Harris, Founder and CEO, Hawthorn Club

14.00 – 15.10 CEST             

KEYNOTE PANEL: How can Europe become the frontrunner in decarbonized energy?  

The EU has committed to becoming the first climate-neutral continent by 2050. The transition to a zero-emission Europe will require significant investments, research and innovation, including new ways of producing and consuming energy. What is the role of businesses to support the green transition? How can policy makers foster private sector innovation and investment? Is Europe jointly taking the right steps at the needed pace, in order to become the front runner in decarbonized energy? This session will look at geopolitics, interdependencies, and relevant questions that lie at the core of a successful energy transformation.

Confirmed Speakers:

Christian Bruch, President and CEO, Siemens Energy

Ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger, Chairman, Munich Security Conference

Michal Kurtyka, Minister, Ministry of Climate and Environment Poland

Ann Mettler, VP Europe, Breakthrough Energy

Nina dos Santos, Europe Editor, CNN

June 16, 2021:                    

INNOVATION

09.00 – 10.10 CEST            

Holistic Cybersecurity and trusted partnership in an increasingly digital world

The energy landscape is becoming more digital and hackers more sophisticated. This session will look at how we strive to keep our energy system cyber secure in an ever-changing regulatory environment, and why an effective cyber protection does not stop short at national borders and is built on trust and collaboration throughout the supply chain. 

Confirmed Speakers:

Judith Wunschik, Chief Cybersecurity Officer and Global Head of Cybersecurity, Siemens Energy

Luigi Rebuffi, Secretary-General, European Cyber Security Organisation

Despina Spanou, Head of the Cabinet of the VP of the European Commission, EU Commission

Marc Elsberg, Austrian bestselling Author of “Blackout – Tomorrow will be too late”

Jan Feller, CEO, AHK Finland

11.15 – 12.10 CEST             

How to build enough wind power to fuel the energy transition

Onshore and offshore wind will play a vital role in the decarbonization of our energy system. The targets set by the European Green Deal are extremely ambitious, but sticking to our current pace of installations will not get us there. This session will explore how the hurdles found within both market segments need to be addressed – and solved – to reach the estimated 700 GW of onshore capacity and 300 GW of offshore capacity by 2050, which are required.

Confirmed Speakers:

Andreas Nauen, CEO, SGRE

Stephen Dunne, Editor in Chief, reNEWS

Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath, CEO, RWE Renewables

Bruno Bensasson, Chairman and Chief Executive, EDF Renewables

14.00 – 15.10 CEST             

Driving sector coupling: The hydrogen economy starts today!

Green hydrogen will play an important role in decarbonization for transport and industry. This session will explore how the public and private sector can work together to enable the large-scale industrialization of hydrogen, in the transport sector. 

Confirmed Speakers:

Prof. Dr. Armin Schnettler, VP New Energy Business, Siemens Energy

Dr. Michael Steiner, CTO, Porsche

Clara Bowman, CEO, AME

Annette Mann, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Lufthansa Group

Adina Valean, EU Commissioner for Transport, EU Commission

Jörg Buck, CEO, AHK Italy

16.00 – 16.20 CEST             

INNOVATION TALK: The power of Artificial Intelligence

What is the role that artificial intelligence (AI) could play, and is playing, to combat global climate change? AI is currently posing challenges, due to its contribution to climate change of the greenhouse gases emitted by training data and computation-intensive AI systems. However, there are two crucial opportunities that AI offers in this domain: it can help improve and expand current understanding of climate change and it contribute to combatting the climate crisis effectively.

Arun Subramaniyan, Lead of High Performance Computing and Machine Learning Solutions, ‎Amazon Web Services (AWS)

June 17, 2021:                    

TRANSFORMATION

09.00 – 10.10 CEST            

Pathway to decarbonized energy supply – Coal to XThe path to a decarbonized energy system / supply will vary from country to country with a mix of technologies being used to meet climate goals. As the energy landscape still is uncertain in terms of pace of the transformation, the modernization of an existing gas-fired power plant has become more feasible from an investment perspective than a greenfield project. 

Confirmed Speakers:

Karim Amin, Executive VP Generation, Siemens Energy 

Adam Guibourgé-Czetwertyński, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Climate and Environment Poland

Janusz Reiter, Founder, Center for International Relations; former Ambassador of Poland to Germany and the US

Kamil Wyszkowski, General Director, UN Global Compact Network Poland

Aleksandar Jakovljevic , Director of Strategy Department, Electric Power Industry Serbia

Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, CEO, Forum of Energy

11.00 – 12.10 CEST             

The North Sea’s role in the energy transition

The North Sea has played a pivotal role in supplying power for Europe for decades through its oil and gas fields. How will the North Sea change to meet the decarbonization challenge? This session will explore the lessons we can learn from oil and gas deployments, the technological challenges of decarbonization, such as carbon capture and storage, and how the energy industry can accelerate to meet climate goals.

Confirmed Speakers:

Thorbjörn Fors, Executive VP Industrial Applications, Siemens Energy

Biljana Stojkovska, Innovation Manager, National Grid

Henriette Undrum, VP Renewable and Low Carbon Technology, Equinor

Rainer Baake, CEO, Climate Neutrality Foundation; former German State Secretary

Per Lund, CEO, Odfjell Ocean Wind

Seriena Bal, CEO, Buccaneer Delft

Hauke Jürgensen, Senior VP High Voltage Grid, Siemens Energy

14.00 – 15.10 CEST               

Reliability of a Decarbonized Energy System in Europe: Transition and challenges  The energy transition in Europe is in full swing to meet ambitious decarbonization targets as well as growing energy demand. The increasing infeed of renewables poses challenges to the electrical grid. High fluctuating cross-national and national power flows need to be managed while security of supply and affordability of energy must be granted. In this session we will be addressing these challenges from technological, regulatory and timeline perspective.

Confirmed Speakers:

Volker Hild, VP Grid Stabilization, Siemens Energy

Liam Ryan, Chief Innovation and Planning Officer, EirGrid

Gerhard Christiner, Member of the Managing Board and CTO, Austrian Power Grid

Emma Pinchbeck, CEO, Energy UK

Michel Augonnet, President, CIGRE

Joachim Vanzetta, Director System Control, Amprion

16.00 – 17.10 CEST          

Future scenario: Accelerating technology development to reach net zero
A key challenge to reaching net zero is how to accelerate the technological development needed. We need to make sure start-ups, corporates and VCs combine their unique strengths to develop and scale their innovations. This session will explore what entrepreneurs need to scale their business, and how different collaboration models can help bring new innovations to society.

Confirmed Speakers:

Kendra Rauschenberger, VP SE Ventures, Siemens Energy

Gregor Gimmy, CEO, 27Pilots

Markus Seibold, VP Additive Manufacturing, Siemens Energy

Philip Hansteen, Corporate Liaison, Equinor and Techstars Energy Accelerator, Equinor Ventures

Daria Krivonos, CEO, Institute for Futures Studies

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