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Opening plenary Monday 11 June 15.00–16.30

Policies to unleash Europe’s potential for industrial Efficiency

Kathleen Gaffney
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Jan Rosenow
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Ulrich Benterbusch
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  • Panel leaders: Pitching their five panels
  • Kathleen Gaffney, International Energy Agency. An international outlook
  • Jan Rosenow, Regulatory Assistance Project : How Europe can put Efficiency First
  • Ulrich Benterbusch, German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy: The Energiewende and Germany’s policies for Industrial Energy Efficiency

Panel leaders pitch their five panels:

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Joe Ritchie
Panel 1
Oliver Lösch
Panel 1
Andrea Trianni
Panel 2
Enrico Cagno
Panel 2

Maria Johansson
Panel 3
Therese Nehler
Panel 3
Liam McLaughlin
Panel 3
Christina Hatzilau
Panel 4

João Fong
Panel 4
Bettina Dorendorf
Panel 5
Carsten Glenting
Panel 5

Closing plenary Wednesday 13 June 13.30–15.00

Broadening the scope beyond efficiency

Jean-Luc Favre
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Paul Hodson
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Ulrich von Weizsäcker
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Regardless of the end-use sector, energy efficiency is key to productivity, energy security, job creation and lower carbon intensity. The low-carbon energy transition will not succeed without such improvements. Improved energy efficiency also helps reduce non-energy costs associated with maintenance, production stand still and insurance fees. And importantly this will have positive employment benefits throughout the economy.

  • Panel leaders: summing up the five panels
  • Jean-Luc Favre, the Union of Geneva Employers Associations. The industry challenges
  • Paul Hodson, Europan Commission Energy Efficiency Unit. European policies looking beyond energy efficiency
  • Ernst von Weizsäcker, Club of Rome. Come On! The Club of Rome is back in the arena

Panel leaders: summing up the five panels

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Joe Ritchie
Panel 1
Oliver Lösch
Panel 1
Andrea Trianni
Panel 2
Enrico Cagno
Panel 2

Maria Johansson
Panel 3
Therese Nehler
Panel 3
Liam McLaughlin
Panel 3
Christina Hatzilau
Panel 4

João Fong
Panel 4
Bettina Dorendorf
Panel 5
Carsten Glenting
Panel 5

Conference co-chairs

Claire Range
DENEFF
Ulrika Wising
Macquire Corporate & Asset Finance
Rod Janssen
Energy in Demand

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