9:00 – 9:20 Welcome
Stanislav Chvála, Nano Energies

9:25 – 10:40
IMPACT & INVESTMENT: Where to put own money to save the Earth and turn a profit at the same time?

Ivestors all around the globe are putting their money into projects and start-ups that are likely to turn a profit and have a positive impact on the planet as well. How do we pick the right projects and can we invest as individuals as well?

Eric Appleton, Energy Systems Catapult: Decarbonising Heat. With around 50% of global energy used in Heating and Cooling, what new business models could accelerate the transition to lower carbon solutions?

Erki Ani, Cleantech forEST: Transition to cleaner sources of energy is inevitable and by creating new opportunities for entrepreneurs and startups, the supporting infrastructure plays an important role. Can cleantech and energy startups tackle the global resource and energy scarcity problems on their own?

10:40 – 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 – 12:40
INNOVATION TO SAVE THE EARTH: How technologies save our future

We build millions of great ideas into start ups, but only a few of them last. What is the key difference? Let’s dive deeper and talk to investors about what changes start ups into businesses that save our future.

Francisco Benedito, Climate Trade: Why would former bankers build the largest marketplace for trading emissions, what makes the UN back them up and how do they invest ClimateCoins?

Sven Pluut, We Share Solar: 6300. That many people have already invested in renewable energy source through the We Share Solar platform. What drives people to invest in and co-own a local renewable source?

Petr Rokůsek, Nano Energies: Is kilowatt the new hot currency? What if we used blockchain to invest in our own power source, to build and to use more clean power plants and used our kilowatts as the new currency for 21st century.

12:40 – 13:40 Lunch Break

13:40 – 15:30 
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS: How businesses use, produce or buy energy sustainably

Skoda Auto wants to produce electric vehicles only in their Czech factory. Skanska builds our new homes and offices, so they produce their own energy and use as little resources as possible. And Vodafone has built first green mobile network. Why does it make sense for both small business and corporations to use power green?

Najada Begalla & Adriana Dergam, Vodafone: Rising energy demand + decreasing impact on planet = a challenging equation to Telco.

Eva Neudertová, Skanska: There is not one magic trick to using energy sustainably. How do we show people that the real charm lies in little things we do every day?

Aron Lazarchick, Škoda Auto: A sustainably charged future: could electric cars help our overheated grid? Is a completely-electric transportation infrastructure actually desirable? What about e-waste, are recycled batteries just a dream or a real possibility?

15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:45  
URBAN LIVING ON THE PLANET: How modern energy saves our cities

Our cities are heating up and one of the ways to cool them down is to hook them up to green power. If we share cars and flats, we could also share our local energy. What is already being done and what is the effect?

Camille Orthlieb & Robin Kirschke, Ittenbrechbühl: How to build the most sustainable building on the planet. Solar panel, heat pumps, recycled materials. What can we find in the Olympic House?

Martin Barry, reSITE: We make cities liveable and loveable. Can clean energy and green technologies make them even nicer?

Ignacio Garcia Faubel,  La Pinada: Sun, biogas and local microgrid. Why do the citizens of Spanish Valencia decide to build energy self-sufficient and sustainable urban area?

17:45 – 17:55 Closing Remarks
Stanislav Chvála, Nano Energies

Please note that programme is subject to change and will be updated regularly.