1.2 – Sustainable and efficient energy

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 767162.

Pillar 1: Technologies for sustainable growth

Session 1.2 – Sustainable and efficient energy

30 October 2018, 16:00-18:00, PLENARY room

This session will feature NMBP technologies for developing sustainable energy solutions: energy management, capture and storage of energy, use of renewables, energy efficiency – among others. The impact and role of materials development and advanced production processes will be analysed to highlight their role and impact to boost sustainable growth.

Please find below the speakers (in alphabetical order), who will contribute to this session:

  • Improving the energy efficiency for vehicles – an important factor for sustainable mobility
    Josef Affenzeller, AVL LIST GMBH
  • Clean energy in construction
    Niels Kåre Bruun, BetterHome
  • Advanced materials for clean mobility
    Thierry Collard, Solvay
  • Energy-enabling materials for Energy Efficiency in Buildings
    Jorge Corker, IPN, AMANAC cluster
  • Innovative solar energy harvesting technologies
    Olga Malinkiewicz, SAULE Technologies
  • Advanced materials and processes for photovoltaics
    Simon Perraud, CEA Liten
  • Teaming up for clean energy & clean mobility technology leadership in Europe
    Fabrice Stassin, Manager EU Government Affairs Umicore
  • Industrial heat pump systems for waste heat recovery to save energy in industrial drying processes
    Veronika Wilk, AIT

Moderator: Fabrice Stassin, Manager EU Government Affairs Umicore

Rapporteur: Elisabeth Einhorn

Josef Affenzeller

Director Research Coordination

Niels Kåre Bruun

Managing Director

Thierry Collard

R&I External Affairs Manager France, Belgium & EC

Jorge Corker

Project Manager and Head of the Unit of Characterization and Certification of Granular Materials (UGRAN)
IPN - Instituto Pedro Nunes

Olga Malinkiewicz

Saule Technologies

Simon Perraud

Deputy director
CEA Liten

Fabrice Stassin

Manager EU Government Affairs

Veronika Wilk

Center for Energy Sustainable Thermal Energy Systems; AIT Austrian Institute of Technology