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08 12/21

System Integration in practice, by European Net Zero Alliance Online | 8 December 2021 | 14:00-15:30 CET

The European Net Zero Alliance (ENZA) is pleased to invite you to an online event on ‘System integration in practice, by European Net Zero Alliance’ on 8 December 2021, from 14:00 until 15:30 CET.

Through a tour of Europe, the event will showcase 6 projects that are contributing to the decarbonisation in Europe – which is at the heart of ENZA. These projects are run by companies that are members of the associations which make up ENZA.

 

Programme

14:00    Introduction

Sonja van Renssen, Editor in Chief, Energy Monitor, New Statesman Media Group

Jori Ringman, Chair of ENZA

14:05    Keynote speech

Pernille Weiss, MEP (EPP, Denmark)*

14:15    Tour around Europe

-       Bartłomiej Pawluk, Commercial Development Director, Member of the Board, Veolia Energia Poznań

         Veolia Energia Poznań in Szlachęcin (Poland) on technology-neutral approach

-       Antti Lilleberg, VP of Sales and Marketing, Savosolar

         HIVE (Finland) on technology-neutral approach

-       Lajos Erdélyi, Head of Company Affairs, Hungarian Gas Storage Ltd & the Project leader of Aquamarine

        Aquamarine (Hungary) on all vectors

-       Elina Skerfe, Senior Manager – Sustainable Processes, Stora Enso

         Stora Enso (Sweden) on all sectors

-       Markus Witt, Vice President Asset Management, Vattenfall

         Vattenfall (Germany) on Berlin's Spandau district which is using existing infrastructure to support efficient solutions

-       Raoul Boya, Manager Strategy and Operations, Viessmann

         SmartQuart (Germany) on facilitating and integrating decentralised solutions

15:20    Closing remarks

Jori Ringman, Chair of ENZA

 

*Invited

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The European Net Zero Alliance was created in March 2021 and gathers 17 associations all advocating for cross-sectoral and cross-vectoral solutions towards climate neutrality. The members of these organisations are committed to climate neutrality following the “we can – we want – we will” approach.