Urban Energy Forum, "Race to Zero Emissions: How to Decarbonize the Heating and Building Sector," Online, March 18

  • 18 March 2021
  • Event Host : BBenergynetwork
Urban Energy Forum 2021
Event Description

Urban Energy Forum - "Race to Zero Emissions - How to decarbonize the Heating and Building Sector“


This year’s Urban Energy Forum focuses on the solutions provided in the building and heating sector as well as on success stories of cities on the cutting edge of the global energy transition, including an open a dialogue on how these solutions can be scaled at a global level. Establishing best practices in both the heating and building sectors will allow cities and regions to usher in more sustainable practices as they work to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The UEF will provide extensive networking opportunities with an exclusive online networking tool. All participants are encouraged to create a company profile and to get in touch with potential partners. Our online networking gives you the opportunity to meet other participants and speakers to share insights, contacts and to get into in-depth discussions.


Was: Online Conference for international protagonists of the global "Enrgiewende“

Speaker: Marcus Kanewoff, CEO at Fresh Energy Innovation AS. Gerhard Stryri-Hipp, Head of Group „Smart Cities“ at Frauenhofer ISE, Emanuel Heisenberg, Gründer ecoworks, Anthony Abbots, Director Group Sustainability, Rockwool International

How: Online Konferenz

Who: Governmental and economic players

Information and Registration:

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • BBenergynetwork
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Lea Ranalder, Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21). Ida Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology. Marcus Kanewoff, CEO at Fresh Energy Innovation AS. Ann Rosenberg, SVP for Sustainable Development at Wood plc Vaitea Cowan, Enapter AG. Gerhard Stryri-Hipp,„Smart Cities“ at Frauenhofer ISE. Emanuel Heisenberg, ecoworks, Anthony Abbots Rockwool International.
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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