Data-driven Sustainability

Chairperson: 

WW Sales Director, Utility Industry
Intel Corporation
Session Location / Room: 
Summit Room 4
This Session is part of the following track: 
Wed 16 Nov 14:00 to 14:10

Session Introduction - Data-driven Sustainability

Turning around climate change is a high priority for consumers. But often they don't really know what they can do, or inertia keeps them from acting according to their good intentions. What does data have to offer to countering climate change, creating a more energy efficient future and at the same time lower the bills?

Wed 16 Nov 14:10 to 14:25
Speakers: 

mark-van-stiphout

Deputy Head of Unit in DG Energy
European Commission

Digitisation of Energy

  • Smart grids to integrate renewables and promote energy efficiency
  • From energy to services
  • Data as the driver for energy innovation
Wed 16 Nov 14:25 to 14:40
Speakers: 

John Lilic

Director of Operations
ConsenSys

Blockchain for Distributed Sustainability

  • Brief overview of what the blockchain is in a historical context 
  • Next generation programmable blockchains (Ethereum)
  • Application to energy sector and Cotricity product overview
Wed 16 Nov 14:40 to 14:55
Speakers: 

Jim Anning

Head of Data and Analytics
British Gas Connected Home

Using Data to Facilitate a Better Home Experience

  • The story of how Connected Home has used data-driven approaches 
  • Why applying data science at scale can help customers improve the way they interact with their home
  • Case studies demonstrating how raw data has been turned into real customer value  
Wed 16 Nov 14:55 to 15:10
Speakers: 

Mojca Markizeti

Project Manager
Fair Meter Initiative

Reinout Wissenburg

Sustainability Manager
Stedin

Sustainable Future: The Importance of Fair Materials?

  • What is fair: Issues of sustainability in the smart metering industry & importance of data 
  • How we achieve transparency of the supply chain; lessons learned and possible solutions
  • What are future standards of the industry? 
Wed 16 Nov 15:10 to 15:30
Speakers: 

Gerald Obernosterer

Head of Grid-Customer Management
KNG-Kärnten Netz GmbH

An exponential view on sustainability

  • Overview KELAG Group and some lighthouse projects from KELAG’s sustainability efforts
  • Deep-dive into KNG’s on-going Smart Metering program
  • Other data-driven engagement in the area of Big Data Analytics
Wed 16 Nov 15:30 to 16:00

Afternoon Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov 16:00 to 16:20
Speakers: 

Director of Huawei Energy Sector
Huawei

Using Power IoT for Sustainability - The Roads to Advanced Metering Applications

  • IoT platform, PLC-IoT and eLTE-IoT for AMI
  • Best practice and technologies from all over the world in the AMI area.
  • PLC-IoT and eLTE-IoT as most suitable FAN network way for AMI
Wed 16 Nov 16:20 to 16:40
Speakers: 

Dirk Vansintjan

President
REScoop.eu

Cooperative data, a way to change together towards energy sobriety

  • REScoop PLUS, our program to build energy sobriety together with the citizens
  • The new data driven cooperative tools and how they are developing
  • Connecting this with insights from the studies of the Technical University of Crete
Wed 16 Nov 16:40 to 17:30
Speakers: 

John Lilic

Director of Operations
ConsenSys

Guy Champniss

Visiting Fellow
Cranfield University School of Management

Dirk Vansintjan

President
REScoop.eu

Jim Anning

Head of Data and Analytics
British Gas Connected Home

mark-van-stiphout

Deputy Head of Unit in DG Energy
European Commission

Panel: Consumer driven innovation versus technology driven innovation

Is the future of sustainability technology driven, customer driven or both?

Moderator: 

WW Sales Director, Utility Industry
Intel Corporation
 
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