The current pandemic highlights the need for taking a broader look at climate change, resilience, and the need for robust supply chains of essential products. Investments for climate and energy efficiency can also help us with a needed restart of the economy. Join us for Industrial Efficiency 2020 to go beyond industrial energy efficiency to deliver savings, decarbonisation, and a circular economy.
Regardless of the end-use sector, energy efficiency is key to decarbonisation, productivity gains, energy security, improved competitiveness and socio-economic benefits. Efficiency improvements also reduce costs associated with maintenance, production stand-still and insurance fees. And, importantly, this will have positive employment benefits throughout the economy.
The conference has been transformed into a fully digital event, that will take place from september 14 to 17.
There will be over 100 presentations based on peer-reviewed papers or “extended abstracts”. The presentations are organised in six panels:
Access the program of the event here.