June 16th 9.30 – 17.00 CET
200 European city managers, financial institutions, industry players and innovators – Together toward climate neutral cities.
City Climate Impact Day is a full-day event hosted by Cleantech Scandinavia on June 16th 2022, during the H22 City Expo in Helsingborg.
The event aims to improve collaboration between important stakeholders on the road to the climate neutral city and will bring together around 250 decision-makers from cities all over Europe.
We will showcase inspiring and successful projects with positive climate impact, new business models and financial solutions that can fill the climate finance gap, and a range of innovation with high positive climate impact potential.
Speakers & Panelists
ANETT BERGER SØRLI
ERIK HAGELSKJÆR LAURIDSEN
JACOBINE DE ZWAAN
CHRIS VAN VOORDEN
MARTIJN VAN STAM
MIQUEL RODRIGUEZ PLANAS
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Abora Solar designs, develops and manufactures solar panelS with an efficiency of 89%, achieving a certified world record. The hybrid solar panel with aHTech® technology produces the same energy as 4 photovoltaic panels.
Altered is a developer of water faucet aerator technologies that reduce water consumption. Their solutions are small and simple retro-fits. This means there are no costly or time consuming installations needed. In 1 minute, every person can upgrade their old stupid equipment to a new extreme saving one. Their Nozzles installs into the current socket and comes with adaptors so that it fit most taps all over the world. Making this solution easy to implement all over the world.
Applied Autonomy delivers knowledge, solutions, and services for sustainable autonomous transportation. The company offers services for piloting and testing of autonomous vehicles, and develops the necessary control centre systems for implementation of autonomous traffic.
Auve Tech is a developer and manufacturer of autonomous last-mile shuttle, operating on public roads already today. Has a flexible level 4 autonomous shuttle that suits into the existing infrastructure. Shuttles powered by electric and hydrogen.
Coding the Curbs™ focuses on the digitisation of the built environment and the multi-functional design of that environment. This enables smart vehicles to find their way around the city more efficiently, creating space for pedestrians and cyclists and multiple use of expensive square meters.
Elonroad develops a high-tech electric road system – it auto charges all types of electric vehicles when parked as well as when driving. The innovation installs a conductive rail laid on top of the road with little effect on the asphalt.
The Ento Labs AI agents monitor consumption data to suggest optimizations to reduce your energy and climate footprint. It is a SaaS solution for public and commercial building owners receiving “virtual energy advisors” that provide a prioritized list of suggested energy optimizations based on already available energy data.
NEXT Future Transportation is a Robotics and AI startup that is developing a modular, autonomous, electric vehicle (“Pod”), and the supporting Operating System required to bring its “Transportation-as-a-Service” solutions to the municipal transit and logistics market at scale. It allows individual pods to connect in motion and form a fleet, allowing the internal space of the fleet to be utilized beyond that of a bus or rail vehicle, thus significantly optimizing final-mile delivery.
Hamwells e-Shower offers Refresh Cycles™ that filter, purify and use a water drop 7 times. The e-shower provides high-pressure, high-volume showers whilst saving up to 80% on energy and 90% on water. Hamwells focuses on reducing water and energy usage of one of the most wasteful daily routines: taking a shower.
Hydraloop is a water recycling system that specializes in domestic water, drinking water, water tech, smart city, and urban solutions. Hydraloop products can be used everywhere: in dense cities, rural areas and off-grid situations where water supply is unstable or insufficient. Hydraloop future proofs any building and adds sustainability points for certifications like LEED and BREEAM.
The Gradyent Digital Twin is specially designed for heating networks. In this case, a digital twin is a virtual simulation of a physical heating network. This allows for multiple simulation scenarios and analytics and therefore results therefore improves heat efficiency by 3 to 5%, any time all the time.
imove is establishing the future of the automotive industry by enabling Car Subscription as a Service. Since launching in 2018, we have offered innovative car solutions and helped OEMs, Importers, Dealerships, and Digital marketplaces to succeed with car subscription.
Miljoskarm commercialises recycling of discarded wind turbine blades and other composite waste. Today the company manufactures noise barriers reducing traffic noise on commercial terms and expect to introduce additional products in the near future.
Nelinor provides a solution that lets people control and understand their energy consumption. Once people are aware of where the energy is actually being used, they will be able to change their behaviour. The value of Nelinor is to provide easily understandable facts and actionable energy savings suggestions.
Nüwiel offers an eTrailer: electric trailer with a patent granted zero-force sensor technology. The technology provides a millisecond-precision synchronisation enabling automatic acceleration and braking. The rider feels no weight and makes no additional effort when cycles with the eTrailer.
Nuuka specialises in diagnosing and optimising HVAC, energy systems, and indoor climate. The SaaS is optimal for large building portfolios, of new and old public and commercial buidlings, as it can be used with any BMS and HVAC system, IAQ sensor or energy meter.
Sobolt specializes in artificial intelligence and offers products with deep insights through remote sensing for a sustainable future. With analysing geo-datasources (remote sensing data or aerial photography) by human and artificial intelligence, we are able to classify different objects. Sobolt projects involve Government, infrastructure managers, renewable energy, climate adaptation and space management.
Solight LTD is developing an innovative, efficient, and affordable static solar lighting system. The Solight system collects sunlight throughout the day and effectively channels it into desired spaces, as natural, healthy, full spectrum, interior lighting. The technology offers: cost-reduction, industrialization and stringent real-world testing under diverse conditions.
TILER is the wireless light electric charging solution both sustainable and user-friendly. The first charging Tile that charges your eBike or any other light electric vehicle via the kickstand.
TreeTracker provides you with accurate and smart automated tree information, so you can make better decisions for tree management. Putting deep learning algorithms to work, TreeTracker’s out to smarten up urban planning, tree maintenance and environmental reporting, offering: Automated tree detection, Measuring of trees, Ecological impact, Asset management.
Smart Waste Management integrates systems for creating smart functions where digital keys are connected with route optimization and sensor / app-controlled on-demand solutions. Its systems handle, synchronize and process data for a better everyday life, where efficiency and sustainability control resources. The focus is on experience, service and environmental benefits in collaboration with residents / customers.
Masterclass for cities: making climate investment plans
100 European cities have been selected to join EU’s mission: “100 Climate-neutral and smart cities by 2030”, and many more are committing to the same goal.
Getting to climate neutrality will require significant investments in infrastructure and innovation. The City Climate Investment Plan Masterclass will tackle questions like
- How do you make an investment plan that extends beyond what the city owns?
- How can you get buy-in for such a plan from relevant actors both outside and inside the city administration?
- What would a suitable investment plan process look like?
- What are the requirements from the EU mission?
- How can you assure that you are making the right investments?
- What is the sourcing scope?
- How do you follow up and improve?
We have invited a group of experienced and knowledgeable professionals from different organizations that will help us to try to get some answers to these questions. The Masterclass is directed towards city administration professionals and related actors.
Time: June 15th, 14.00 – 17.00, Boat dinner 18.00
Place: Clarion Hotel Sea U, Helsingborg, Sweden
Maximum Capacity: 50 people
Part 1. Introduction to Investment Plans
Fedra Vanhuyse, Head of Division Societies, Climate and Policy Support @ Stockholm Environment Institute
Fedra is leading teams of sustainability researchers in the areas of cities, communities, and consumption; water, coasts and ocean; and environmental policy and strategy.
She is passionate about cities, food, and people. At SEI, she leads research projects on circular and sustainable cities, looking at the financial and social consequences of transition, among other things. Since April 2022, she is the finance and procurement specialist for Viable Cities. Through Viable Cities, she supports 23 Swedish cities, and 112 European cities that are part of Net Zero Cities, with climate action and investment planning.
Fedra will introduce the ideas behind the investment plans from the EU Mission and Viable Cities and provide some inspiring thoughts about how to get started.
Part 2. The Joint Investment Plan to Support the Mission
Serendipity supports cities, governments & ecosystem in becoming climate neutral through emerging technology, digitalization & funding schemes. Jonas has a background in the public and private sector in running large scale programs that create systemic change. Through his role as forward thinker, connector and translator he is able to accelerate the systemic change that we, as society, need through public-private cooperation.
Jonas will dive into the Joint Investment Plan, the approach to guide cities to the one stop shop for multiblended funding of the EIB. What are the first experiences of this brand new instrument to support cities in their mission to become climate neutral by 2030.
Jonas Onland, Founder & Chief Vision Officer (CVO) of Serendipity
Part 3. Best Practices for City Climate Neutral Investment Plans
Alexander Schmidt, Founder and CEO of BABLE Smart Cities
Alexander holds degrees in environmental engineering, technically oriented business administration and a master’s degree in transport engineering from Imperial College London. During his 7 years at the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering, he started working on business models for the charging infrastructure of electric vehicles and smart grids. He led several nationally and internationally publicly and privately funded research projects in the fields of smart mobility and data use in cities. From late 2014 to early 2016, he worked as a project manager in the Ambient Mobility Lab, the joint research lab of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which develops mobility services to the concept of Big Data Analytics. From January 2019 until December 2020, he was Interim Director of the EIT Urban Mobility and founded the Smart Society Academy, which is now fully part of the BABLE portfolio.
Alexander will share best practices of climate use cases from across Europe and deep dive into a case study of an investment plan.
Part 4. How to Measure Climate Impact
Alicia has been studying and applying the main concepts of Climate Impact Potential to estimate the avoided emissions of start-ups and investor portfolios. She has also worked with financial mechanisms for climate-neutral cities and has been involved in the international FRAME project for defining guidelines for emission reduction calculations, coordinated by PRIME coalition.
She will provide an overview of the most important aspects to consider while choosing a technology for climate neutrality based on her experience and extensive research of existing frameworks and give advice on how to include assessments in city decision making.
Alicia Requena Carrion, Impact Assessment Manager at Cleantech Scandinavia
Part 5. How to Create Fundable Climate Action Plans
Fredrik Uddenfeldt, VP Product, Climateview
ClimateView is the Swedish climate technology company behind ClimateOS, a digital platform used by more than 100 cities around the world to plan, simulate and execute their climate transition.
Cities have limited financial resources for climate action. Financial institutions have a greater willingness than ever to fund climate action. Supply and demand are both there, but why isn’t more funding going to cities?
Impact is the key to unlock funding. Actions are funded if they are believed to create an impact, but what is it that actually drives impact? What is it that actually reduces emissions?
In this session, Fredrik will discuss:
– How cities can go from climate goals to operational targets;
– How actions really create an impact;
– How targets and actions can be used to create fundable climate investment plans.
Making cities sustainable through technological and financial innovation
City Climate Impact Day is a platform for improved collaboration between important stakeholders on the road to the climate neutral city.
When: June 16th, 2022, during the H22 City Expo
Who: Around 200 city managers , financial institutions, industry players, and innovators from all over Europe
Where: Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden
Join us for:
- A celebration of city climate contracts and tools for turning them into investment plans
- Inspiring climate-positive projects from European cities
- New business models and financial solutions to scale innovation in cities
- A showcase of innovation with high positive climate impact
- Networking and 1:1 meetings
Register for City Climate Impact Day, get access to exciting pre-events:
Pre-events for cities and regions
- June 15th, Helsingborg: “How to make climate investment plans” Workshop with Viable Cities, Climate View, and Material Economics + boat dinner
Pre-events for financial institutions
- June 15th, Helsingborg: “Scaling the Case” Meet-Up: Financial innovation for scaling climate-positive city projects
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