By Jonathan Spencer Jones Jun 14, 2022 In the day-to-day
5 to 7 June 2023, Waterfront Hotel, London
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CEO, HanseCom Media & Communication
Hassan M. Claussen has been working in the Telecoms and IT market for over 30 years. In the early 90’s, Hassan was heading sales & marketing operations in Hamburg (Germany) for one of the largest IT Consultants, Telemation (acquired in 2000 by Dimension Data).
In Portugal since 1996, Hassan started a new career in business development, training and consulting with international training experts, ComGlobal. During this time he provided valuable services to many individuals and enterprises in the area of IT and Telecommunications. The business he worked with was recognized for many years as a leading IT Consultant.
After 17 years experience in the Telecoms and IT markets, Hassan M. Claussen founded HanseCom Media & Communication in November 2004.
With HanseCom he is now working in the event management and organization industry specializing in the telecommunications and IT industry. Together with his team, Hassan focuses his expertise in developing profitable events, handling projects from design and research, to marketing and sales, through to speaker acquisitions and management running up to and on the day of an event.
January 2014 Hassan introduced the Wi-Fi Innovation Summit (WIS), the premier global Wi-Fi conference series, that took place already in Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Palo Alto, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and San Francisco. In 2016, Hassan and his team introduced the Smart Mobility Summit, focusing on Mobility and Smart Cities. It took place in March 2016 in San Jose, Ca. , Amsterdam in November 2016 and Lisbon in May 2017 and May 2019. In October 2017 he organized the Smart Energy World Summit 2017 in Lisbon and 2018 in Milan. Next events in 2022 are the 5G Briefing (www.5Gbriefing.com), the Smart Mobility Summit (www.smartmobilitysummit.com) and another edition of the Smart Energy World Summit in Lisbon.
Managing Director, Redmill Marketing Associates
Guy is an internationally recognised marketing leader, with a track record of success and global visibility. He is founder and Managing Director of Redmill Marketing Associates, a successful international strategic marketing consultancy, based in the UK. An authority on the market implications of technology innovation, Guy’s expertise is highly regarded and valued by clients, who seek insight as well as action.
With more than 20 years’ strategic marketing, business development, product management leadership and innovation in the technologies industry, Guy founded RMA in 2007 to provide expert marketing and analysis services for emerging technology, software, IT and telecommunications companies. He leads RMA’s activities with leaders across the industry, spanning public companies, scale-ups and start-ups, and is experienced with Board and C-level advisory roles, engagements and negotiation.
Managing Director, RdA Climate Solutions
Founder and Managing Director of RdA Climate Solutions, an independent advisory boutique specialized in energy, climate change and sustainable finance.
Leading adviser on sustainable energy and climate adaptation who has been working for almost 20 years at European level for governments, cities and major industries.
Senior Researcher, INESC TEC
Luís Seca is a Senior Researcher and Member of the Executive Board of Directors of INESC TEC, a private R&D institution in Portugal. His current research interests focus on the integration of distributed energy resources (renewable, EV, Storage, etc.) in distribution systems, dynamic stability in isolated systems, smart grids, and Energy Efficiency. He participated in over 30 National Research projects, 18 European Projects and over 50 international consultancy projects.
Senior Researcher, FCT/NOVA
Dr. João Pedro Gouveia is an environmental engineer with a PhD in Climate Change and Sustainable Development Policies focused on Sustainable Energy Systems, from NOVA School of Science and Technology of NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal. He is a senior researcher and invited assistant professor at FCT/NOVA within the CENSE, Energy and Climate research area. He is the principal investigator of multiple national and international projects on buildings energy efficiency, energy poverty, sustainable cities, and climate change adaptation. João Pedro was on the Management Committee of EU COST Action on Energy Poverty (ENGAGER), he is part of the Coordination team of EPAH - EU Energy Poverty Advisory Hub. He is one of the founders (2015) and Board Member of APEEN – Portuguese Association for Energy Economics (since 2021).
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Hassan M. Claussen, CEO, Smart Energy World Summit
Guy Redmill, Chairman, Smart Energy World Summit
Nuno Lacasta, President, APAMBIENTE
Jorge Vasconcelos, Chairman, NEWES, New Energy Solutions
João Manso Neto
João Manso Neto, CEO, GreenVolt
Bruno Nunes, Head of Studies and European Affairs, REN
New forms of energy are leading to growing diversity in the utility business supply chain. Consumers can also be producers and with new sources of fuel entering the mix, there’s huge potential for innovation of traditional business models. Who pays, who gains and how will we benefit? What’s the right balance between market forces and subsidies to ensure new technologies can be commercialized and play their role in the evolution of energy utilities?
Dr. João Pedro Gouveia
Renewable Energy Communities and Energy Poverty
Dr. João Pedro Gouveia, Senior Researcher, FCT/NOVA
The adoption of smart energy solutions is a key goal for many stakeholders, but companies that seek to reduce energy consumption must increasingly consider their complete supply chains. To ensure successful delivery of carbon reduction programmes, the entire supply chain needs to be considered. How can this be audited to ensure that organisations can act responsibly and not in isolated silos?
Bruno Veloso, Vice-Presidente do Conselho de Administração, ADENE
Energy Savings Plan and Renewable Energy Communities,
focusing on the role of municipalities
Building management systems have long helped businesses to optimise the performance of essential systems, such as heating, cooling, and ventilation. These systems can be significant cost centres, as well as contributors to carbon waste. Ensuring the efficient optimisation of these systems is now recognised as a step to both reduce surging energy costs – and to reduce their environmental impact. What are the key steps to take?
Paulo Preto dos Santos
Paulo Preto dos Santos, General Director, Dourogas
Hydrogen has long been seen as a potential source of clean fuel but, despite attracting attention, it has largely failed to make an impact. However, with the EU making hydrogen an important contributor to its net-zero plans, how can we accelerate adoption? What’s the market, how cost-effective is it, and how can a flourishing hydrogen economy be created?