Join Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) on the paths to zero carbon energy. RSM’s Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business will host the sixth Erasmus Energy Forum, which in the past has featured a unique convergence of the energy transition: from addressing scientific output for renewable opportunities to traditional players and key regulations to advanced-energy leaders. It continues enabling new insights and connections, and serves as a forum to have critical energy debates today and into the next decade.
Through executive speakers, in-depth workshops and expert panels, we aim to facilitate constructive debate, and create a forum to exchange ideas with your peers. We will dig deeper into these five key clusters of paths during our two-day programme.
Wednesday 28 June 2017, Erasmus Energy Forum Science Day at Erasmus Paviljoen on Woudestein Campus in Rotterdam
Thursday 29 June 2017, Erasmus Energy Forum Business Day at the World Trade Center in Rotterdam
“As Professor of Next Generation Information Systems, I make people think about how to accelerate to zero carbon energy using data information systems. The energy forum, which will be held on 28 and 29 June in Rotterdam, gives us access to the perspectives of successful business leaders, renowned academics, and innovative regulators. During this academic year I’m a visiting professor at the University of California at Berkeley. Our research has received lots of attention in the Bay Area (Silicon Valley) and throughout the USA. This enables us to bring overseas insights from the USA to the Erasmus Energy Forum 2017 and discuss international best practices and lessons learned. We’ll have a look at the developments in the USA, since it is our partner country for 2017. Join me at the Erasmus Energy Forum and explore the paths to zero carbon energy.”
Professor Wolf Ketter of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM)
Join us at the Erasmus Energy Forum 2017 where the industry’s foremost business leaders, policy-makers, international investors, regulators, innovators and academics will gather for a series of constructive debates that will determine the future of the energy market. Key paths for discussion include:
We’ll be presenting awards during the Forum – an award for innovative sustainable business concepts and activities as well as a science research award, an opportunity for industry-wide recognition. More information on how to enter will be on this website soon. You can read about the 2016 winners here.
Essential changes in the energy market can be achieved only with innovation and new approaches, which is why we believe that the Forum provides a learning opportunity for everyone. It brings stakeholders together and facilitates collaborations which lead to the implementation of new thinking and technologies, as well bringing together those at the forefront of innovative research, allowing them to exchange best practices and to develop innovative business models that benefit all participants. The Forum also provides a fantastic opportunity for networking for individuals in businesses, innovative start-ups, policy-making and academia.
There are opportunities to participate as sponsors, exhibitors, speakers, or delegates.
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