In January 2021, hundreds of senior industrialists, investors, policy makers, innovators and advisors shared their latest data and experiences of decarbonisation of operations and supply chains across the hard to abate sectors.
60+ speakers ensured that we delivered a unique event that giving 20 hours of collaborative discussions, lessons learned and countless opportunities to gain cross-sector perspectives on common issues. Our audience met new collaborators and to gained insights that will accelerate effective roadmaps and deployments. All addressed the route to net zero for the toughs-to-abate sectors.
Here’s a taster of the sessions – let us know what you think:
Paul Bodnar interviews Nigel Topping about how to support accelerated results in decarbonisation within hard to abate sectors..
Paul Bodnar, Chief Strategy Officer and Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Institute
Nigel Topping, High Level Champion for Climate Action, COP26 UN Climate Change Conference
Keynote: ArcelorMittal – shaping a global company’s approach to net-zero & driving long term transition whilst enhancing and building competitivity.
Alan Knight, General Manager – Corporate Responsibility, Arcelor Mittal
Open Innovation Discussion: How are open-innovation hubs selecting and supporting the best technologies – learnings from creating conditions for success in demo-pilot-scale up
Moderator: Dinah McLeod, Chief Executive, Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA)
Natalia Ruiz Saez, Open Innovation Hub Leader, Repsol
Cristina Aparicio Maeztu, Insight and Business Development Director, CEMEX Ventures
Damian Beauchamp, Chief Development Officer, 8 Rivers
Mairi Dillon, Investor Relationships Manager, CPI Enterprises
Green Hydrogen: a sustainable pathway for decarbonisation of “hard to abate” sectors
Lorenzo Ducci, Commercial officer – Hydrogen Business Unit, Enel Green Power S.p.A.