Low carbon economy: a promising ROI

    1. Event Date
      Tue, Mar 13
  1. Event Theme
    Sustainability Summit
  2. Event Type
    Panel discussion

Low carbon economy: a promising ROI

13-Mar-2018, 16:30 - 17:25

Innovation trends Room
Language:
English

A passive & positive approach to energy: how will we live in 2030 or 2050?

 

By 2050, the EU should cut greenhouse gas emissions to 80% below 1990 levels, according to the Commission’s low-carbon economy roadmap. Energy performance should be improved by passive house technology in new builds, refurbishing old buildings, and substituting electricity and renewables for fossil fuels. How can this be achieved? What is the expected ROI?

Speakers

  • KILKELLY BRIAN

    Speaker

      1. Speaker Category
        Speaker
      2. Event Theme
        Architecture

    Development Lead

    EIT Climate-KIC

    Brian is Development Lead at Climate-KIC, the EU’s largest public private partnership addressing climate change through innovation to build a low...

  • POTTIER STANISLAS

    Speaker

      1. Speaker Category
        Speaker
      2. Event Theme
        Sustainability Summit

    President

    BBCA

    Graduated from ESCP-Europe and ENA in France, Stanislas Pottier held several positions at the French Ministry of Finance and at the World Bank. He...

  • SENNEWALD BEA

    Speaker

      1. Speaker Category
        Speaker
      2. Event Theme
        Sustainability Summit

    Director of Projects

    Article 25

    As Director of Projects Bea Sennewald is responsible for all the work Article 25 undertakes in Design and Construction Administration. She has worked...

  • MEYER REGIS

    Moderator

      1. Speaker Category
        Moderator
      2. Event Theme
        Sustainability Summit

    Interministerial task force for climate - Building and Energy Efficiency officer / Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction support

    Ministry of Ecological and Inclusive transition

    Régis Meyer, 54 educated as civil& urban engineer, works as advisor for building and energy efficiency issues in the french interministerial team. He...

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