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Electrification is the low-carbon future | GSEP at Climate Week NYC

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September 21
9:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
Add to Calendar September 21 9:00 am September 21 4:00 pm America/New_York Electrification is the low-carbon future | GSEP at Climate Week NYC

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM:

09:00 – 09:30 Registration and breakfast

09:30 – 10:30 Catalyzing electrification through stronger alliances Electrification can provide significant economic, environmental, and social benefits. It has been identified as one of the key enablers of the energy transition towards decarbonization. Yet we’re not progressing fast enough, with the pace of change remaining far from required to meet local and global climate goals. Increased interaction and synergy between stakeholders is needed to unlock new business cases and propel a sustainable energy transition through electrification. What role can utilities play in supporting their customers through the electrification of their industries?  What are the hurdles faced by business leaders in decarbonizing their activities? How can policymakers and decision makers help advance low-carbon electrification? The Catalyzing Electrification Accord will be launched during this panel discussion.

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 13:00 Decarbonizing Cities, an Electrification Dialogue Cities account for nearly two-thirds of the CO2 emissions globally, but local governments are making increasingly bold commitments to reduce their carbon footprint and create value for their communities. Considering buildings contribute to a significant amount of CO2 emissions, what are the main challenges faced in electrifying the built environment? How can the infrastructure needed to sustain electric mobility development be deployed? What role can energy efficiency and circularity play in the transition towards decarbonized cities? This roundtable will foster an interactive conversation between speakers and guests.

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Securing a Clean Power Future Electrification must go hand-in-hand with the decarbonization of the power sector to achieve the Paris agreement goals globally. As we face the current energy crisis, how can we swiftly phase-out the most polluting fossil fuels while maintaining energy security? What challenges are faced by grid operators in integrating large renewable energy sources? Can the deployment of low-carbon technologies ensure a stable and secure decarbonized power sector? This panel discussion will feature a short presentation of GSEP’s Global Electrification Monitor.

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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM:

09:00 – 09:30 Registration and breakfast

09:30 – 10:30 Catalyzing electrification through stronger alliances Electrification can provide significant economic, environmental, and social benefits. It has been identified as one of the key enablers of the energy transition towards decarbonization. Yet we’re not progressing fast enough, with the pace of change remaining far from required to meet local and global climate goals. Increased interaction and synergy between stakeholders is needed to unlock new business cases and propel a sustainable energy transition through electrification. What role can utilities play in supporting their customers through the electrification of their industries?  What are the hurdles faced by business leaders in decarbonizing their activities? How can policymakers and decision makers help advance low-carbon electrification? The Catalyzing Electrification Accord will be launched during this panel discussion.

10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 – 13:00 Decarbonizing Cities, an Electrification Dialogue Cities account for nearly two-thirds of the CO2 emissions globally, but local governments are making increasingly bold commitments to reduce their carbon footprint and create value for their communities. Considering buildings contribute to a significant amount of CO2 emissions, what are the main challenges faced in electrifying the built environment? How can the infrastructure needed to sustain electric mobility development be deployed? What role can energy efficiency and circularity play in the transition towards decarbonized cities? This roundtable will foster an interactive conversation between speakers and guests.

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 Securing a Clean Power Future Electrification must go hand-in-hand with the decarbonization of the power sector to achieve the Paris agreement goals globally. As we face the current energy crisis, how can we swiftly phase-out the most polluting fossil fuels while maintaining energy security? What challenges are faced by grid operators in integrating large renewable energy sources? Can the deployment of low-carbon technologies ensure a stable and secure decarbonized power sector? This panel discussion will feature a short presentation of GSEP’s Global Electrification Monitor.