Mon, Mar 22 | Live from Building Energy Exchange

Challenge Spotlight: Carbon & Circularity

Join as we showcase how innovation challenges can be a great tool to advance the use of a circular approaches to transition towards energy efficiency – both in the built environment and in other energy intensive industries.
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Challenge Spotlight: Carbon & Circularity

Time & Location

Mar 22, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Live from Building Energy Exchange

About the Event

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During this event, we will zoom in on two NYSERDA supported challenges and through these examine how circular economy is being addressed in a New York setting. The challenge programs are: Firstly The Empire Building Challenge, which enables the progression of new technologies, alternative material choices and embedded carbon awareness, by engaging directly with building owners. Secondly The Carbon to Value Initiative, which is an international accelerator program that through industry collaborations aim to test innovate solutions to decarbonize energy intensive production, through upcycling technologies.

As to provide an international outlook to the discussion, two trendsetting organizations from Denmark will be sharing how they are working with these same challenges – hence creating circular buildings and bringing upcycling to the hard-to-decarbonize industries.

Speakers:

  • John Lochner, Vice President, Innovation, NYSERDA
  • Katie Schwamb, Manager, Building Energy Exchange
  • Anders Lendager, Founder and CEO of Lendager Group
  • Michael Lundgaard Thomsen, Managing Director, Aalborg Portland
  • Frederic Clerc, Director, Carbon to Value Program, Urban Future Lab
  • Michael Reed, Team Lead, Advanced Efficiency Solutions, NYSERDA
  • Tone Søndergaard, Director, Danish Cleantech Hub

Program:

3.00 pm - Welcome

               - Scenesetter: Challenges as an avenue to bring circular economy thinking into the energy industry

3.15pm - Fireside chat and session 1: The Carbon to Value Initiative

  • The Carbon to Value Accelerator and exciting technologies by The Urban Future Lab
  • Climate Partnerships and the potential of carbon to value technologies by Aalborg Portland

3.35pm - Fireside chat and session 2: The Empire Building Challenge

  • The The Empire Building Challenge and the circular poteantial
  • Circular residential developments and innovative maetrials by Lendager Architects 

4.00pm - Thank you & Audience interaction

 

HOSTED BY DANISH CLEANTECH HUB AND BUILDING ENERGY EXCHANGE

This week there is only a 5 hour time difference between EST and CET. 3:00pm in New York = 8:00pm in Copenhagen  

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