Finding solutions through conversation
Express your views in an open discussion.
Opportunity to achieve practical results.
All sectors a seat & a voice at the table
This year, we have decided to conduct the conference in a roundtable format.
We believe that by bringing together the key influencers across all relevant sectors – government, industry, business, finance and NGOs around one table we can meet the current needs of the energy market and enable a significant leap forward.
Together we will discuss, examine and set goals towards a decarbonized future.
We will convene nine roundtables around the most acute pillars for creating change. Join the discussion at the table where your contribution will be most significant.
30% RE Target for Israel 2030
Chair: Yuval Zohar, Director of Policy Planning and Emergencies, Israeli Electricity Authority & Eitan Parnas, Founder & Director of the Green Energy Association of Israel
Distribution and transmission infrastructure, storage, decentralized energy management, solar roofs on shared buildings, dual-use land and agrivoltaic, regulations, smart grids, microgrids, diversity of production sources, energy-zero buildings and holistic local infrastructure management.
Grid and RE issues on the way to 100% electric mobility
Chair: Noam Ilan, CTO at Electreon Wirless
Readiness of the electrical grid in Israel and around the world for the EV revolution; methods and technologies for reducing the EV load on the electrical grid, use of Renewable Energy for charging electric transportation
Utilizing innovation to foster the Israeli future electricity market
Chair: Elad Shaviv, CEO of Israel's Smart Energy Association and Zviya Baron, Head of Innovation at the Israel Electric Company
Smart management of energy infrastructure, innovative economic models, how to encourage and generate innovation, how to bring innovation to large organizations, cyber and network protection, commercialization of academic IP.
Energy Storage & Resilience in Future Cities
Chair: Jonathan Haran, CEO and Founder of The Sustainable Group and Elad Topel, Project Manager, Eilat Smart City
Different ways for smart management of energy in cities for the purpose of reinforcing urban resilience; Residents as active economic players in the urban energy economy; how climate change affects supply and demand of energy in cities; service reliability and emergency risk management; energy efficiency in urban infrastructure planning.
Chair: Dr. Gideon Friedmann, Chief Scientist at the Israel Ministry of Energy and Dr. Yael Barash Harman, Israel Ministry of Energy
Hydrogen as an alternative to oil/energy sources; the development of a hydrogen-based economy in Israel; hydrogen technologies; market adaptation; dealing with costs of the energy economy, various solutions and pilots.
The Energy Storage Revolution
Chair: Limor Nakar-Vincent, Deputy Executive Director of Business Development & BIRD Energy for the BIRD Foundation
Storage as a replacement / postponement of transmission infrastructure upgrade; network storage services; decentralization of storage among end consumers; circular economy of storage; innovative technologies.
New Trends in Climate Tech Investments
Chair: Leehe Skuler, Co-Founder & Executive Director at the Global Impact Tech Alliance (GITA)
New trends for clean investment and diversion of investments; Climate-financing gaps and challenges.
From Glasgow to Tel Aviv - The Capital Market Addressing Climate Change's Challenges And Opportunities
Chair: Noga Levtzion Nadan, Managing Partner at Value^2 Responsible Investment Fund and CEO and Founder of Greeneye ESG, responsible investment experts
How to motivate a transition in the economy to clean fuels; a look at IPOs by clean energy companies on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and around the world; impact of green business indicators on raising capital; key players in the ESG market; business models for Renewable Energy companies in the next decade; the electricity trading market; green bonds; banks as key influencers promoting industries and businesses that champion sustainability and clean energy.
Renewable energy certificates purchasing in Israel
Chair: Jared Braslawsky, Secretary-General of RECS International & Omer Tamir, CEO of EcoTraders
Removing the procedure of tenders and quotas for solar energy, encouraging direct sale of solar electricity to private consumers and corporations in order to achieve zero emissions and consumer right for green electricity wherever they are located.