Round Tables

Conversation is the best tool for advancing solutions

Express your views in an open discussion.

Opportunity to achieve practical results.

All sectors get a seat and a voice at the table.

This year, we have decided to conduct our conference in a round-tables format. 

We believe bringing the main people from all relevant sectors – government, industry, business fiances and NGO’s around the table – is what the market needs right now for a significant leap forward.

Together we will discuss, examine and set goals towards a decarbonized future.

We will hold 8 tables sessions with the most acute pillars for creating change. You are welcome to find the topics where you can contribute most. 

Our steering committee is happy to invite you to join our table as a panelist.

Table Topics

30% Target for Israel 2030

Chair: Yuval Zohar & Eitan Parnas

Distribution and transmission infrastructure, storage, decentralized management, solar roofs on shared buildings, dual-use land and agrvoltaic, regulation, smart grids, macrogrids, diversity of production sources, energy-zero buildings, holistic local infrastructure management.

100% Electrical Transportation

Chair: Noam Ilan

Vehicle charging economy, types of electric vehicles (hydrogen vehicle), electric road, regulation, user interfaces, public transportation and assessments of local authorities and workplaces for the age of electric vehicles.

Innovation Engines for Climetech

Chair: Elad Shaviv & Tzvia Baron

Smart management of energy infrastructure, innovative economic models, how to encourage and produce innovation, how to bring innovation to large organizations, cyber and network protection, academic commercialization.

Energy resilience and future cities

Chair: Jonathan Haran & Elad Topel

Different ways for smart management of energy in cities for the purpose of building urban resilience. Combination Residents as active economic players in the urban energy economy, how climate change affects energy supply and demand for energy in cities, service reliability and emergency risk management, for energy efficiency in urban infrastructure planning.

Hydrogen Economy

Chair: Dr. Gideon Fridman,

Hydrogen as an alternative to oil/energy sources: the hydrogen based economy, technologies, market adaptation, dealing with a cheap energy economy, solutions and various pilots.

Storage Revolution

Chair: Limor Nakar-Vincent

Storage as a replacement / postponement of upgrade of transmission infrastructure, network storage services, decentralization of storage among end consumers, circular economy of storage, innovative technologies.

Climate Finance - Is Soft Capitalism the Answer?

Chair: Leehe Skuler

Institutional motivation for investment in climate technologies, IMPACT investments for economic justice Social and environmental, microfines, economic models: B to B, B to G, B to C in developing countries.

Carbon Clean Economy

Chair: Noga Levtzion Nadan

How to motivate a transition economy in fuels for clean energy. IPO's of clean energy companies on the Israeli stock exchange and around the world, entry of green dimensions, raising capital, the biggest players in the market, business models of renewable energy companies in the next decade, electricity trading market, green bonds, banks as a key player to promote industry and businesses that do not endanger the environment.

100% in large corporations in Israel

Chair: Jared Braslawsky & Omer Tamir