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  • 19-21 August
  •   Newyork  2023
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Hassan Claussen

CEO, HanseCom Media & Communication

Guy Redmill

Managing Director, Redmill Marketing Associates

Zoe McLeod

Policy Director, Sustainability First

Jorge Rodrigues de Almeida

Managing Director, RdA Climate Solutions

Luis Seca

Senior Researcher, INESC TEC

Dr. João Pedro Gouveia

Senior Researcher, FCT/NOVA

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8.30h - 9.00h AM

Registration Desk & Welcome coffee

9.00h - 9.10h AM

Hassan Claussen

Welcome Message Smart Energy World Summit 2022

Hassan M. Claussen, CEO, Smart Energy World Summit

9.10h - 9.20h AM

Guy Redmill

Opening Smart Energy World Summit 2022

Guy Redmill, Chairman, Smart Energy World Summit

9.20h - 9.45h AM

Nuno Lacasta

Keynote Smart Energy World Summit 2022

Nuno Lacasta, President, APAMBIENTE

9.45 - 10.10 PM Session 1

Jorge Vasconcelos

A new multi-sector and multi-level architecture for the EU electricity market

Jorge Vasconcelos, Chairman, NEWES, New Energy Solutions

10.10h - 10.35h AM

Teresa Ponce de Leao

Knowledge for the Energy Transition

Teresa Ponce de Leão, President, LNEG - Laboratório Nacional de Energia

e Geologia (National Laboratory of Energy and Geology)

10.35h - 11.00h Networking Break

NETWORKING BREAK

11.00h - 11:30h AM

Jérémie Bougé

4 digital twins for a safe, reliable and decarbonized operation

Jérémie Bougé, Corporate Innovation for Digital Services, Siemens Energy

11.30h - 12.00h AM

João Manso Neto

Energy Transition challenge and the Solutions that accelerate a clean and fair process

João Manso Neto, CEO, GreenVolt

12.00h - 12.30h PM

Bruno Nunes

TSO challenges for a sustainable transition – The Portuguese case

Bruno Nunes, Head of Studies and European Affairs, REN

12.30h - 13.00h PM

PANEL SESSION: Energy Utilities Business Innovation

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?

13.00h - 14.00h PM LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

14.00H - 14.30h PM

Mark Ossel

Are you DSO, ready for the future, or even for tomorrow? Take advantage of lessons learned.

Mark Ossel, Board Member, OSGP

14.30h - 15.00h PM

Uroš Salobir

TSO innovation for a climate-neutral European energy system

Uros Salobir, Director of Strategic Innovation Department, ELES (Slovenia)

15.00h - 15.30h PM

NETWORKING BREAK

15.30h - 16.00h

Dr. João Pedro Gouveia

Renewable Energy Communities and Energy Poverty

Renewable Energy Communities and Energy Poverty

Dr. João Pedro Gouveia, Senior Researcher, FCT/NOVA

16.00h - 16.45h PM

Panel Session: Auditing the energy supply chain

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?

8.30h - 9.15h AM

Registration Desk & Welcome coffee

9.15h - 9.30h AM
 Opening Smart Energy World Summit 2022 – Day 2 (Wrap-up and Conclusions of Day 1)

Guy Redmill

Opening Smart Energy World Summit 2022 – Day 2 (Wrap-up and Conclusions of Day 1)

Guy Redmill, Chairman, Smart Energy World Summit

9.30h -10.00h AM KEYNOTE
 KEYNOTE

Bruno Veloso

KEYNOTE

Bruno Veloso, Vice-Presidente do Conselho de Administração, ADENE

Energy Savings Plan and Renewable Energy Communities,

focusing on the role of municipalities

 

10.00h - 10.30h AM
 How can we ensure nobody is left behind in the smart transition to net zero?

Zoe McLeod

How can we ensure nobody is left behind in the smart transition to net zero?

Zoe McLeod, Policy Director, Sustainability First

10.30h - 11:00h AM - NETWORKING BREAK

NETWORKING BREAK

11:00h - 11:30h AM
 The opportunity of Energy Communities and Collective Self-Consumption in Portugal

Jose Queirós de Almeida

The opportunity of Energy Communities and Collective Self-Consumption in Portugal

José Queirós de Almeida, CEO Energia Unida

11.30h - 12:00h AM
 Grid Consulting for the energy transition

Onyeche Tifase

Grid Consulting for the energy transition

Onyeche Tifase, VP Strategy, Technology & Innovation, Industrial Applications Division at Siemens Energy, Siemens Energy

12:00h - 12:30h PM
 The will to power: leadership in Sustainability

Inês Costa

The will to power: leadership in Sustainability

Inês Costa, Associate Partner, Deloitte

12.30h - 13.00h PM - PANEL SESSION

PANEL SESSION: Building Management Systems for Cost and Carbon Reduction

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?

13.00h - 14.00h PM LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

14.00h - 14:25h PM - Session 2
 4 digital twins for a safe, reliable and decarbonized operation

Jérémie Bougé

4 digital twins for a safe, reliable and decarbonized operation

Jérémie Bougé, Corporate Innovation for Digital Services, Siemens Energy

 

14.25h - 14.50h PM
 Funding opportunities and tips for Smart Cities solutions

Jorge Rodrigues de Almeida

Funding opportunities and tips for Smart Cities solutions

Jorge Rodrigues de Almeida, Managing Director, RdA Climate Solutions

14.50h - 15.20h PM
 Interconnect - Towards the interoperable energy ecosystem of the future

Luis Seca

Interconnect - Towards the interoperable energy ecosystem of the future

Interconnect - Towards the interoperable energy ecosystem of the future

Luis Seca, Senior Researcher, INESC

15.20h - 15.50h PM

NETWORKING BREAK

15.50h - 16.15h PM
 Renewable Gases are paving the way to a low-carbon future

Paulo Preto dos Santos

Renewable Gases are paving the way to a low-carbon future

Paulo Preto dos Santos, General Director, Dourogas

16.15h - 16.40h PM
 Sines Hydrogen and Green Ammonia

Inês Folgado Diogo

Sines Hydrogen and Green Ammonia

Inês Diogo, Director of Environment & Sustainability, Madoqua

16.40h - 17.00h PM
 Renewable Hydrogen production and energy independency

Marcella Franchi

Renewable Hydrogen production and energy independency

Renewable Hydrogen production and energy independency

Marcella Franchi, CMO, Haffner Energy

 

17.00h - 17.30h PM - PANEL SESSION

PANEL SESSION: The green hydrogen opportunity

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?

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