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The Liaison agency Flanders-Europe (VLEVA) organizes the information session “Clean energy: inspiring cases from energy saving to the use of hydrogen”.
A representative of the European Commission will kick-off the event with an overview of the European policy on energy efficiency and energy transition. This is followed by a presentation about the challenges for energy transition in Europe and Flanders. Finally, innovative projects in Flanders are discussed.
This event is an official Energy Days event of the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW2018). It takes place on Monday 4 June from 10 am to 1 pm at VLEVA, Avenue de Cortenbergh 71, 1000 Brussels.
The event’s target audience includes a broad range of stakeholders with an interest in innovation, energy and environment.
Have a look at the programme and fill out the registration form (scroll down this page).
Mr Pieter Lodewijks, Programme Manager Smart Energy & Built Environment, VITO / EnergyVille, will chair this event
10.00 Welcome and introduction, Ina De Vlieger - VLEVA
10.05 EU energy efficiency policy in view of 2030 and beyond, Ms Lelde Kiela-Vilumsone - DG Energy European Commission
10.30 On the What and How of the EnergyVille Partnership, Jef Poortmans, Program director photovoltaics - imec
10.50 Q & A
11.00 Coffee Break
11.15 Making our architectural heritage more energy efficient, Annemie Nagels, Project coordinator - Kempens Landschap
11.35 Collaboration between towns, experts and the chamber of commerce on companies’ energy reduction, Timothy Geerts - E20 and Viola Vandelanotte - VOKA
11.55 Harnessing the Power of the Flemish Waterways, Jan Mangelschots, Director Electromechanics / Hydraulics & Management - De Vlaamse Waterweg nv
12.15 Experiences of realised unique hydrogen projects in Flanders linked to European ambitions on hydrogen, Adwin Martens, Director - WaterstofNet
12.35 Q & A
12.55 Networking lunch
Participation is free, official language of the conference is English.
Register at the latest on Thursday 31 May by filling in the form below.