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The New York Times - Energy for Tomorrow

The New York Times Energy for Tomorrow

Unlocking low-carbon opportunities

The New York Times Energy for Tomorrow conference is a gathering of the world's most influential leaders, entrepreneurs, financiers and policy makers impacting our low-carbon future. Join us to hear the latest insight and analysis from forward-thinking leaders on the broad forces that will shape the future of energy, and how business is innovating, adapting and investing to thrive in a decarbonized economy.

The New York Times Energy for Tomorrow conference is a gathering of the world's most influential leaders, entrepreneurs, financiers and policy makers impacting our low-carbon future. Join us to hear the latest insight and analysis from forward-thinking leaders on the broad forces that will shape the future of energy, and how business is innovating, adapting and investing to thrive in a decarbonized economy.

Agenda

DNV GL sponsored round table discussion

Day 1

Thursday 3 November 2016

 

Decarbonisation of energy intensive industries

The transition to a global low-carbon economy demands a fundamental shift in investment and economic development. The Paris Agreement marks its beginning and regulatory pressure to decarbonize will increase over time. During this round table Ditlev Engel, CEO at DNV GL – Energy, would like to explore how energy intensive industries can turn decarbonisation into business opportunities? What barriers need to be overcome? And what options do we have to drive change?

Ponente

Ditlev Engel

Host

Andreas Schröter

Attendee

Ulrika Wising

Attendee

Barbara van Eldik

Attendee