Please note that CITIES – Center for IT-Intelligent Energy Systems in Cities – have a special programme on October 1 and 2 – see the details below the invitation – or at the webpage for the conference.
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to participate in our international conference:
The University of Southern Denmark organizes this conference as one in a series that will follow each year in collaboration with ProjectZero Sonderborg, the European University Flensburg, FH Flensburg and Klimapakt Flensburg.
This year’s climate neutrality conference focusses on new technology developments, learnings from city demonstration projects, innovative business solutions, the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a climate neutrality perspective, youth participation and strategies based on what a municipality can achieve by coordinated actions and strong political alignment.
Attendees from academia, industry and municipalities are invited to share and continue their important discussion about the best practice solutions to reach their climate goals at city, regional and national levels.
Please find a list of topics below:
• Smart Cities
• Climate Neutral Energy Systems
• UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in a climate neutrality perspective
• Renewable Energy
• Energy Efficiency
• Green Entrepreneurship
• Youth Conference
The 100% Climate Neutrality conference offers:
• Inspiring, innovative ideas and concepts from research, industry and municipalities challenged by Youth Climate Council representatives
• Providing solutions to make Climate Neutrality a Reality
• Excellent networking opportunities.
For more information about the program, registration, etc., please visit the 100% Climate Neutrality conference website here.
We hope you will find the time to participate and very much appreciate if you distribute the invitation to interested people.
With kind regards,
Director, Mads Clausen Institute, SDU
PROGRAMME FOR CITIES – Center for IT-Intelligent Energy Systems in Cities
Tuesday, 1 October
13:00 – 15:00
TRACK A1: CITIES – From Solutions to Scalable Solutions
The high densities of population, energy consumption, and energy and communications networks in cities offer a great potential for flexibility in the energy system. Cities account for 80% of global energy consumption and emissions, which makes the urban environment an ideal setting for energy systems integration research.
CITIES is a project which pioneers research into fully integrated city energy systems, building shortterm operational models that feed longer term planning models, considering the spatiotemporal variations, interactions, dynamics and stochastics in the energy system.
The project involves leading position of European academia and industry. The conference programme will include a combination of speeches from the international project participants, European Lighthouse projects (SCC1-H2020) and industry partners in the CITIES project.
- Henrik Madsen – DTU Compute: Introduction to CITIES AGM- update
- Annemie Wyckmans – NTNU: CityxChange
- Kristina Bozhkova – Project Zero: SmartEnCity
- Karl Sperling – AAU: Challenges and Opportunities of Implementing 100% Renewable Energy in Cities
- Søren Skov Bording – Center Denmark: Center Denmark
- Moderation by: Henrik Madsen, Project Manager, CITIES.
15:30 – 17:30
TRACK A1: CITIES – Smart Technical Solutions – Continued discussions…
- Anders Andersen – EMD: Optimization of private wire operation of wind production and district energy in Hvide Sande
- Nina Detlefsen – Dansk Fjernvarme: District heating – the key to a smart integrated energy system
- Shmuel Oren – Berkely: Firming Renewable Power with Demand Response: An End-to-end Aggregator Business Model
- John Bagterp Jørgensen – DTU: Model Predictive Control for Smart-Energy Homes
- Christian von Scholten – NorthQ: Solutions for data driven buildings
Wednesday, 2 October
08:30 – 11:30
TRACK A1: CITIES – With a “building” focus?
- Benjamin Kroposki – NREL: Integrated Energy Systems at Scale – Enabling more Renewable Energy
- Gerhard Zucker – AIT: Digital Building Twins – What we can learn from industry
- Hans Bloem – INIVE-DYNASTEE: The Building as Cornerstone of our Future Energy System
- Magnus Hindsberger, Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) : Preparing for a step change: Challenges of a fast transformation to a renewable future
- Henrik Madsen – DTU: Accelerating the green transition using the flexibility of buildings