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1 Swiss US Energy Innovation Days 2015 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles A) Society & Economy Chair Ms. Linda Carre Looft Assistant V.P., Government & Community Relations Worcester Polytecnic Institute WPI, USA Linda Carre Looft is Assistant V.P. Government and Community Relations at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She is senior liaison to federal, state, and local officials for the university s academic and research communities, working closely with government agencies to obtain research funding in areas of strategic importance. Member of WPI s Task Force on Sustainability. Top fundraiser for WPI s entry in the 2013 Solar Decathlon; represented WPI in Datong, China. Board service includes the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, Central MA YWCA (President) and Institute for Energy and Sustainability (Treasurer). A former elected official, served on the Leicester, MA School Committee for 17 years. B.S. from Worcester State University. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Prof. Dr. Robert Krueger Director, Environmental & Sustainability Studies Worcester Polytecnic Institute WPI, USA The "Hiding Hand": Lessons from Development Economics for the Green Economy. This talk examines the work of the development economist Albert Hirschman to draw lessons for the green economy. The argument I want to make is that the current green economic boom is the greatest development effort since the post war period. However, this time, we are not rebuilding a war torn Europe or the global south, but the infrastructures of industrialized nations. Hirschman s work provides a cautionary note against narrow minded development projects, environmentally friendly or otherwise. Robert Krueger, PhD is Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor of Geography at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). He is also Guest Professor of Sustainable Spatial Planning at the Institute of Geography at the Université du Luxembourg. Krueger serves on the Board of WPI s Center for Sustainability in Business and has taken part in several social entrepreneurial endeavors. He has published dozens of publications in international peerreviewed journals and is co editor of The Sustainable Development Paradox and the forthcoming book Adventures in Sustainable Urbanism. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

2 Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Ms. Judy Chang Principal, The Brattle Group, USA Policies to Reduce the Impact of Energy Use on Environment: The Use of Efficiency and Renewable Generation. Clean energy has become an important element of the global economy. This presentation will be about the importance of governmental policies in driving innovation and the increase of energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy. Using Massachusetts as an example, our clean energy sector is accelerating. The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is a publicly funded agency dedicated to accelerating the success of clean energy technologies, companies and projects in Massachusetts while creating high quality jobs and long term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. Through our work, MassCEC runs a number of programs designed to increase economic activity in clean energy. Massachusetts programs are designed not only to accelerate the deployment of existing technologies, but also to stimulate technology advancement through innovation, demonstration, and business development. Massachusetts plays an important role in the global clean energy economy and I look forward to sharing some specific examples of how policies and programs are pushing forward the use of clean technologies. Judy Chang is an energy economist and policy expert, who advises clients in transmission, resource, and strategic planning. She specializes in evaluating the economic benefits of proposed transmission projects and assessing the regulatory and financial risks associated with renewable energy resources and energy storage. Her projects include development of future energy market scenarios and leading utilities in making strategic decisions that balance regulatory requirements for renewable energy, energy efficiency and other demand side resources. She holds a Master s in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Davis. She is a Director of The Brattle Group, a Director of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and founding Exec. President of New England Women in Energy and the Environment. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Prof. Dr. Daniel Favrat Professor and Director technologies, EPFL Energy Center Federal Institute of Technology EPFL, Switzerland Information and public education: key factors for a sustainable energy transition. While discussions on energy transition flourish in many countries it is striking to see the low level of information of the general public and the weakness of some of the indicators being used. The talk will first introduce our new webbased free platform (, intended for a general public, with a brief description of its three main components (a) a calculator of scenario (b) a book and (c) a MOOC (Massive open online Course for citizens). It illustrates, among others, the strong seasonal patterns that need to be considered when matching demand with a supply including a growing percentage of renewable. Decision makers and public information with clear indicators and facts is key, in democratic societies, to boost the acceptance of new and often constraining policies, norms and labels that are frequently the most effective in terms of energy and economic efficiency, technical development as well as for the global environment. Examples will be briefly discussed. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

3 Daniel Favrat is professor at EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne) and, at present director technologies of EPFL Energy Center. Previously he was director of the Industrial Energy Systems Laboratory for 25 years and former head of the Mechanical Engineering Institute. His research includes systemic analyses in what is called environomics (a contraction of energy, environment and economics). He also contributes to the design of advanced equipment for a more rational use of energy. He is also member of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences, of the French Academy of Technologies, vice chair of the energy committee of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations and member of the editorial board of Energy. He is coauthor of several books on energy systems. Pitch Wednesday, August 19 Ms. Angelika Siegfried Project Manager, European Energy Award EEA, Switzerland energy How can the European Energy Award (eea) help to accelerate sustainable decision making in municipalities? The eea is a quality management and certification system for municipalities and regions. It supports local authorities in establishing interdisciplinary planning approaches and implementing effective energy and climate policy measures. Presently over European municipalities from 9 countries are participating. The success of the eea is based on 4 pillars: 1. The implementation of the eea accelerates the implementation of national and supranational energy strategies. 2. The eea has been continually developed by municipalities and experts on the local level since Careful consideration of the regional context forms an integral part of the programme. 3. eea municipalities implement customised activity programmes with a long term view. Action plans are evaluated and adjusted every 4 years with the assistance of accredited experts. 4. Municipalities efforts are assessed with regard to their individual scope of action. This allows a comparison of different municipalities and the establishment of an international benchmark. Angelika Siegfried works as Project manager for the European Energy Award. Angelika graduated from ETH Zurich in Environmental Sciences with a Master in forest and landscape management and a Minor in environmental communication in After working as scientific collaborator at ETH Zurich and WSL Birmensdorf she joined the consulting office Brandes Energie AG in Since then Angelika contributes with her expertise in strategies for the promotion of renewable energies and energy efficiency through labelling to the development and implementation of the European Energy Award. In her function as project manager she is responsible for the international coordination of the country programmes, the development of the tools and evaluation criteria as well as for quality assurance. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

4 Keynote Thursday, August 20 Mr. Paul Gromer CEO, Peregrine Energy Group, USA Are sustainability policies always good for sustainability businesses: lessons from the US energy efficiency industry. Government policies intended to promote sustainable behavior often help clean energy companies, spurring technology innovation and business growth. However, these policies can also affect companies in surprising ways, in some cases discouraging innovation and slowing growth. Using a nine year, $5 billion energy efficiency program in Massachusetts as a case study, this address will examine several types of government policies and their impacts on clean energy companies. It will also consider the relationship between the policies impact on those companies and the policies ultimate success at promoting sustainable behavior. Paul Gromer is CEO of Peregrine Energy Group, an energy consulting company specializing in energy efficiency, solar, and energy data analytics. Before founding Peregrine, Paul was the Massachusetts Commissioner of Energy Resources, where he was responsible for state energy policy and programs. He is a graduate of Middlebury College and Harvard Law School. Keynote Thursday, August 20 Dr. Bastien Girod Senior Researcher, Group for Sustainability and Technology SusTec Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ, Switzerland Mainstreaming low carbon innovations: learnings from the past and challenges ahead. The keynote will first outline the challenge that the acceptance for a low carbon tax is low (in the US as well as in Switzerland), and hence targeted support of low carbon innovations is required to enable a transition to a low carbon economy. Success stories in the building sector show that policies need to be tailored to the low carbon innovation to effectively support their development. However, looking at the development of sectoral Swiss and EU climate policies allows to synthesize a common pattern for supporting policies. To create a (common) market for low carbon innovations tackling embodied emissions through harmonization of environmental products declaration remains a key challenge to be addressed. Bastien Girod is born 1980 in Geneva. Since 2007 he is elected member of the Swiss parliament and the Swiss Committee for the Environment, Spatial Planning and Energy. Parallel to his political mandate he works as senior researcher at the Department of Management, Technology, and Economics of ETH Zürich. His research centers on the socio techno economic changes required for the transitions to a (more) sustainable economy and the diffusion of low carbon innovations. Bastien received a Master of Science and a PhD from ETH Zürich. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

5 Pitch Thursday, August 20 Mrs. Gina Domanig Managing Partner, Emerald Technology Ventures, Switzerland Industrial technology innovation catalyzing behavioral change. The presentation will address topics such as residential energy efficiency (smart home), distributed generation (solar, fuel cells), etc. Gina Domanig is the Managing Partner of Emerald Technology Ventures, a globally recognized investor in the areas of energy, water and materials, having invested in fifty companies to date. In 2000 she founded Emerald as the first independent cleantech venture capital fund in Europe. Gina currently serves on the boards of GeoDigital, SDC Materials and TaKaDu. Previously, she also represented Emerald as a director at Agraquest (acquired by Bayer in 2012) and inge watertechnologies (acquired by BASF in 2011), amongst others. In addition to Emerald activities, Gina serves on the boards of Schweizerische Mobiliar Genossenschaft, Cleantech Switzerland of the Swiss Export Agency and the Advisory Board of Cleantech Group. Gina has over 25 years of international business experience including banking, M&A, strategic development, and venture capital. Prior to starting Emerald, she was senior vice president at Sulzer, a Swiss multinational, responsible for strategic planning and M&A. Gina holds MBA degrees from Thunderbird in Arizona and ESADE in Barcelona and is fluent in English, German and Spanish. She is based in our Zurich, Switzerland where she lives with her husband and teenage son. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

6 B) Energy Technology Chair Dr. Peter Richner Deputy Director, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology EMPA, Switzerland Dr. Peter Richner studied chemistry and afterwards did his doctorate at ETH Zurich. After a postdoc in the USA, he built a new research group in the field of ultra trace analysis at Empa and later headed the laboratory of corrosion and surface protection. Since 2002 he is head of the Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering and since 2012 also Deputy Director of Empa. Peter Richner is active in various national and international bodies. He is head of the Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research Future Energy Efficient Buildings & Districts founded in June His research interests include energy efficient construction and facilitation of technology transfer. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Swapnil Shah CEO, Firstfuel, USA Using Data to Foment Transformation: The Power of Data to Drive Energy Savings in the Business Sector. Oftentimes, smart energy use in buildings focuses on new construction. While efficient standards are an important element to a robust energy strategy, this focus on construction leaves massive energy savings opportunities on the table. Until recently, methods to identify savings within existing building stock and convey this information to customers have been timeintensive, disruptive, and expensive. Data analytics can upend the process to identify top savings opportunities at the building level at scale faster, cheaper, and more accurately than traditional methods. Swap will explore the power of data to identify both retrofit and operational energy savings potential in existing buildings all while enabling energy providers to build stronger relationships with their business customers. Swap has built his career building winning IT companies. He is a seasoned entrepreneurial leader with 20 years of experience leading software companies into innovative markets. He was a key founder of three companies that went on to an IPO or acquisition, including Open Environment (IPO), WebSpective Software (acquired by Inktomi) and mvalent (acquired by Oracle). Swap holds a BS from Cornell University. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

7 Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Karl Viriden Director, Viriden & Partner, Switzerland Retrofit for the next 50 years. When buildings are in need of refurbishment the open question is whether the replacement by a new building could be a solution. This question was raised with all the presented projects and was answered after preliminary studies with no. When a decision for refurbishment, deep renovation or densification has been taken, the next open question to be addressed is whether this intervention should last for the next 10, 30 or more years. We try to fulfill the demands of sustainability in these refurbishments by being cost effective compatible with the 2000 Watt society even after 2050 fostering well balanced social diversity and the fourth dimension of sustainability: using good architecture The three examples for refurbishment are located in Basel (net zero energy building) residential building with 10 apartments and 2 shops Romanshorn (PlusEnergieBau) residential building with 20 apartments and 8 shops/offices and Flums (PlusEnergieBau) offices with staff restaurant. Viridén + Partner AG currently has a team of six, maintaining successful cooperations with a number of specialists and disposing of an extensive network of contacts. We carry out reconstructions and renovations according to ecological criteria. We try to reduce environmental pollution by more than factor four by creating buildings with a low energy consumption. Our renovations reach the Minergie Standard and since April 2004, we have been renovating buildings to passive house standard. We also strive to complete building projects within the shortest construction time possible. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Christoph Gmuer Head of Energy Technology, Construction Department, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland Development of the energy regulations and their impacts. According to the Federal Constitution of Switzerland the 26 cantons are responsible for the decree of energy regulations in the building sector. Within the Swiss conference of the cantonal ministers of energy (EnDK, the cantons co operate for the development and the implementation of energy regulations in the building sector. This leads to a high level of harmonization, for example through the use of common forms for the energy part of the building permit or through common calculation tools. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

8 The most important element of this co operation are model regulations (MuKEn, Mustervorschriften der Kantone im Energiebereich, model regulations of the cantons of energy regulations in the building sector). Although the adoption of these regulations into cantonal law is voluntary for the cantons, they lead to a high level of harmonization of the requirements. The model regulations are regularly adjusted to the development of new technology. The first edition was issued in It concerned primarily the thermal insulation of building envelope as well as the heating systems. With the revision in the year 2000, the requirement for an amount of renewable energy for the heating system of new buildings was added. The standard «Minergie» (building certificate for very energy efficient buildings with a high comfort), launched by the cantons in 1998, triggered a market development. The 2008 edition of the model regulations tightened the requirements by approximately 30%. Eventually, on 9th January 2015, the EnDK passed the latest model regulations «MuKEn 2014». The goal is that starting from 2020 the new buildings in Switzerland should be so called Nearly zero Energy Buildings (NZEB). The definition of the requirements of the NZEB took place in such a way, that with cost optimized measures concerning building energy efficiency and application of renewable energies (at the building) the total energy need for heating, domestic hot water, ventilation and air conditioning shall be as nearly as possible to zero. Christoph Gmür is Head of Energy Technology within the Construction Department of the Canton of Zurich. He studied mechanical engineering at the ETH Zurich. He specialized in the field of building energy and is working in the sphere of public policies and regulations. He is head of the working group model regulations. He is member of several commissions of the SIA (Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects): commission about thermal energy in buildings, commission about heating systems in buildings, commission about ventilation for buildings, commission about energy performance certificate of buildings. Pitch Wednesday, August 19 Dr. Matthias Boelke CEO Switzerland, Schneider Electric, Switzerland Digitization of energy: massive change unique opportunity. Digitization of energy is transforming massively our energy landscape. Big Data is all around and is influencing drastically all current developments in energy. Consumer being relatively inflexible, passive and not sensitive so far, will converge to flexible, active and highly sensible grid participants. Digitization will enable both: efficient decentralized production and energy efficiency. The big data phenomena in energy grid topologies enables new architectures but will raise new players on the field and will allow new policies. Data and software are prerequisite for active energy management and energy efficiency. And the most efficient way to decouple strong energy demand increase from CO2 emissions is efficiency and the negawatt approach. Dr. Matthias Boelke is the CEO of Schneider Electric (Schweiz) AG and CEO of Feller Ltd. He has worked for over 20 years in the fields of robotics research, automation and energy management. After an academic career with a doctorate in Advanced Robotics, he entered the business world and was initially responsible for the development of a new generation of human machine communication products at Schneider Electric. Subsequently, he was involved in several management functions in different countries. Both companies develop and distribute products and solutions for energy management. Feller Ltd manufactures exclusively in Switzerland. As a global specialist in energy management and automation with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Non residential & Residential Buildings, Industries & Machines Manufacturers, Utilities & Infrastructure and Data Centers & Networks. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the Group's 170,000 employees achieved revenues of 25 billion euros in 2014, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations make the most of their energy. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

9 Keynote Thursday, August 20 Mr. Paul Mc Manus Senior Lecturer, Strategy & Innovation Department School of Business, Boston University, USA The Business of Energy: New Models for District Level Energy Networks. Moving to district level energy networks requires a complete shift from the current technical paradigm of a relatively few, large centralized generation, dispatch and distribution systems to one of many highly coordinated small, spatially distributed systems. This shift represents significant architectural and topological changes to our current systems and major technical communications and control challenges that must be overcome to provide responsive, resilient, flexible and efficient services to customers. At the same time, district level energy networks will be complex multisided socio technical ecosystems made up of new stakeholders, technologies, and information flows that must operate in markets with sustainable business models. Network based business models and platforms structures will allow the architecture, governance and economics of the business systems to mirror that of the technical systems and ensure district level energy systems realize their full potential. This talk will explore emerging business and organizational models for energy networks at the district level that engage stakeholders dynamic plug and play markets. Paul McManus is an Executive in Residence at the School of Management at Boston University and Managing Director of the Institute for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization (ITEC). McManus also sits on the steering committees for the Boston University, Clean Energy and Environmental Sustainability Initiative (CEESI), the Sustainable Buildings Committee of and Chairs the Sustainable Communities sub committee. He is also the faculty advisor to the Boston University s Net Impact, Undergraduate Chapter, the MBA Entrepreneurship Career Community and the GATE program. As a Lecturer in the Strategy & Innovation department teaching the core strategy and entrepreneurship curricula, his teaching focuses on globalization and sustainability as systems ofsystems and drivers of innovation and economic/social development at the national, regional, industry and enterprise levels. McManus is a member of the Board of Directors for the Cleantech Open, a member of the New England Clean Energy Council Cambridge, MA and a Trustee of the Neighborhood House Charter School in Dorchester, MA. McManus received his MBA from Boston University in 1986 and his BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology in Keynote Thursday, August 20 Mr. Gaëtan Cherix Director, CREM Centre de recherches energetiques et municipales Federal Institute of Technology EPFL, Switzerland What are the potentials of renewables, waste and locally available resources? Where are these potentials located and how can we connect them to energy needs? Worldwide energy challenges have led to the definition of major common objectives either at the local or international level, such as energy efficiency promotion, optimal use of local and renewable energy resources or greenhouse gas emissions reduction, while keeping the current logic of overall growth. The solutions that allow achieving these overall objectives within a territory are linked to energy demand reduction, equipment and energy conversion systems efficiency improvement along with a sustained penetration of renewable energies. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

10 In addition to a more rational and efficient energy use, the whole energy system in itself, from resources extraction to final energy delivery, contains a significant potential in terms of both energy savings and renewable energies use. Nevertheless, shifting the present energy paradigm and designing energy systems, based on their efficiency and ability to valorize local energy resources at territory scale, lead to an increased complexity. The main issues to be faced are related, on one hand, to resources and needs spatial disparity and, on the other hand, to nonsimultaneous demand and production. This spatial temporal resolution for energy systems induces new challenges in terms of territory knowledge, use of local resources and distribution infrastructures. As a first step, local decision makers need to access to a more structured information, to better understand current situation in terms of energy resources and needs and identify potential synergies between them. In these sense, spatialized register of renewable energy potential and industrial waste heat are key element. These information are necessary to: a) Combined to energy needs data, evaluate, decide and implement sustainable territorial strategies b) Dispose of structured relevant information, at time when buildings, districts or infrastructure projects are launched. M. Gaëtan Cherix is Director at the Center for Research in Energy and Cities (CREM), located in Martigny. He obtained his Master degree in the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in He studied mechanical engineering and thereafter specialized in the field of energy and thermodynamics. Scientifically, he has special interest about territorial energy systems (supply, demand and infrastructures), climate change, as well as the corresponding public policies and regulation. In collaboration with the EPFL he developed innovating management and planning tools for the integration of energy systems in urban areas. He is member of Swiss 2000 watts society expert board, smart city Swiss confederation expert group and SIA (Swiss Society of engineers and architects) commission about building energy performances certificate. He is lecturer in many Universities in Switzerland, authored and co authored many technical and scientific publications. Keynote Thursday, August 20 Dr. Dominik Brem Head, Real Estate Division, ETH Zurich, Switzerland dominik Moving toward a carbon neutral campus: An anergy grid replaces fossil fuels. There is no doubt that there is a need to dramatically reduce consumption of fossil fuels. The new ETH Zurich energy concept includes plans for deploying as much anergy for heating and cooling purposes as possible through the use of geothermal energy and waste heat. What, however, makes this dynamic underground storage system which is essentially based on conventional technologies such as heat pumps a flagship project? The principle behind the dynamic underground storage system is as simple as it is ingenious; the subterranean storage fields function like a battery which, depending on the season and building use, is either charged or discharged. While some buildings are heated during winter others, such as those housing data centers, tend to emit heat throughout the year. To date, the heat generated by the latter type of buildings simply vanished. However, with the implementation of the underground dynamic storage system along with the water filled earth probe fields, this otherwise wasted heat is stored meters below ground level for the purpose of heating in the winter. As buildings are heated during the cold months, heat is extracted from the storage and the temperature of the water drops. The process subsequently provides cool water to buildings in the summer. The system is thus considered a dynamic system because it provides both heating and cooling. At this point in time, the project is in the process of being deployed and optimized. Final completion of the circuit ring, substations and earth probes will, for the most part, likely occur prior to However, the campus is growing and, as such, each substation is designed to service several buildings (called clusters) some of which have yet to be built or still require renovations. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

11 Dr. Dominik Brem is responsible for sustainability and scientific concepts within ETH Zurich s real estate division. In his function he coordinates the efforts of the University towards a sustainable development of the infrastructure of two main campus sites. This includes the framing of a campus wide sustainabilty strategy and the setting of building standards. Dr. Brem obtained his PhD in Biology at ETH Zürich. After his phd he worked as a project manager for two international consulting companies, advising international companies in the chemical, pharmaceutical and semiconductor sectors in questions of energy efficiency, ressource efficiency and sustainable management and strategy. Fields of expertise are strategic sustainability management, energy efficient building concepts and sustainable use of resources. Pitch Thursday, August 20 Mr. Martin Vontobel Marketing Manager, Building Automation Solutions, ABB, Switzerland Home sweet home how smart a home do you need? A new generation of smarter car assists drivers to be more secure in traffic, smartphones and smartwatches have become indispensable companions in all aspects of our lives but what about smarthomes? If you still think home automation is just for geeks, think again. Home automation systems are more widely implemented because of their clear benefits: increased living comfort, enhanced safety and security and more efficient energy management. Systems like ABB transform any house or apartment into a smarter home at low costs. Via switch on the wall, laptop or smartphone, blinds, lights, heating systems, air conditioning or door communication can be controlled and managed. In future, smarthomes will be as ubiquitous as smartphones or smart cars. Martin Vontobel has over twenty years experience in marketing, sales, key account management and global business development, working for international companies in the low voltage and building technology industries. Companies include ABB, Siemens Building Technologies, and Schneider Electric. Martin holds degrees in business administration (MBA), marketing and electrical engineering. He currently works as Product Marketing Manager Building Automation Solutions for ABB Switzerland. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

12 C) Mobility Chair Mr. Nick Nigro Co Founder, Atlas Public Policy, USA Nick Nigro is the founder of Atlas Public Policy, a technology firm whose mission is to equip businesses and policymakers to make strategic, informed decisions by building open source tools to access and interpret the flood of publicly available data and information. Prior to creating Atlas, Nick was the Senior Manager of Transportation Initiatives at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), where he developed C2ES s strategy to save oil and reduce greenhouse gases from the transportation sector. He led two multi year initiatives focused on innovative business models and state policy frameworks to accelerate the deployment low carbon vehicles. In a prior life, Nick spent six years as an engineer and manager in the high tech industry at Oasis Semiconductor in Waltham, Massachusetts. He was a strategic part of Oasis, helping it grow from 15 to almost 100 employees in under four years. Nick holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of California Berkeley s Goldman School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Joseph Kopser CEO, RideScout, USA The Nexus of Energy and Mobility. RideScout CEO and Co Founder Joseph Kopser will discuss the nexus between mobility and energy, taking a deeper dive into energy security and our mobility ecosystem. RideScout is a technology platform that aggregates transportation options on its free ios and Android apps and, utilizing predictive technology, helps users get around cities faster and smarter. Joseph Kopser is the CEO and Co Founder of RideScout. Since the app launched in 2013, RideScout is in over 69 cities in the U.S. and Canada earning the 2014 U.S. DOT Data Innovation Award as well as Joseph s recognition as a White House Champion of Change as a Veteran in Clean Energy in part for his work with RideScout. Prior to RideScout, Joseph served in the Army for 20 years earning the Combat Action Badge, Army Ranger Tab and Bronze Star. Joseph is a graduate of West Point with a BS in Aerospace Engineering and also received a Masters from the Harvard Kennedy School in In his free time, he works closely with The Bunker Austin, an organization dedicated to supporting veteran entrepreneurs. In addition, he volunteers as Chairman of NSTXL working to improve U.S. Energy Security policy. In September of 2014, RideScout was acquired by subsidiary Daimler AG, the maker of Mercedes Benz. He lives in Austin with his wife and 3 daughters. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

13 Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Adrian Burri Head, Center for Product & Process Development School of Engineering, Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW BICAR a new solution for the urban mobility. Increasing urbanisation and the threat of climate change call for new strategies for a more sustainable town traffic. BICAR represents a unique, pioneering project, created under the leadership of the Centre for Product and Process Development of the ZHAW as well as numerous partners and mobility experts. The BICAR mobility concept shows how urban mobility can be realised in an efficient and user centred way while also being ecologically friendly and energy efficient. Find out more: Adrian Burri is Head of the Center for Product and Process Development at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. He is also founder and CEO of Konzeptagentur GmbH, offering specific consulting for companies and organisations in product development, sustainability and innovation. Prior, Adrian was member of the Board of awtec AG a service provider for innovation and technology and served as innovation manager at Wetrok AG. Adrian holds a Master in mechanical engineering from ETH Zurich. Keynote Thursday, August 20 Mr. Timothy N. Papandreou Director, Strategic Planning & Policy, San Francisco Transportation Agency, USA Disruptive Trends in Urban Mobility. The talk will highlight the parallels of how low cost tactical urbanism and high tech start up cultures have brought forward the sharing economy and allowed new ideas, processes, techniques, and technologies to disrupt the traditional views of transportation provision and street design. These two factors combined with more public private partnerships with land development and private equity have brought more change on city streets in the last 5 years than the last 30. These trends promise to bring cities closer to sustainable urban mobility in the next five years with more shared mobility, demand management, and active transport. Timothy Papandreou is a recognized leader in transportation and land use planning, design, project management and operations. He is a trusted adviser to non government organizations, companies, cities and state/federal governments on public private partnerships and emerging transportation trends. Timothy is currently the Director of Strategic Planning where he represents the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency at local, state, federal and international policy bodies; mentors young transportation professionals and mobility start up companies; and advises San Francisco s sister cities. Timothy leads cross functional teams responsible for creating and implementing the SFMTA s six year strategic work plan to meet the agency s safety, mode shift, quality of life and economic prosperity goals. His teams develop, and prioritize integrated policies, funding agreements and streets designs for walking, bicycling, public transport, car/bike/scooter sharing, taxis, carpooling, ridesharing, employer buses, service deliveries, parking and future driverless vehicles/aerial drones. Timothy is the Co Chair of the Mayor s Vision Zero safety task force to eliminate traffic deaths by He bikes the talk and has lived car free in LA & SF for over 15 years using a combination of walking, bicycles, public transit, carpooling, taxis and car rentals. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

14 Keynote Thursday, August 20 Dr. Stephan Lienin Managing Partner, Sustainserv Zurich, Switzerland The Future of Urban Mobility Lessons learned from a multi stakeholder process in Zurich, Switzerland. The Future of Urban Mobility was a 30 month, multi stakeholder project designed to solicit, discuss, and validate a Vision for 2035 for urban mobility in the Zurich Switzerland metropolitan area. A total of ~50 companies, public sector organizations, universities, NGOs, and associations participated in the process, which included eight interactive forums and concluded with a well attended public event. The overarching goal of the project was to engage with various stakeholders to outline a vision for sustainable urban mobility that is a concept that considers the need for the mobility of people and goods that meets the needs of the business community and the public while also being economical, efficient and socially stimulating. These needs were discussed with consideration given to the potential for organizational development and entrepreneurship, new technical innovations and behavioral changes. The results from the forums and the recommended actions derived from them provide impetus for the sustainable development of mobility in the region of Zurich while also possibly serving as a model for other urban areas. Dr. Stephan Lienin is Managing Partner of Sustainserv, an international management consulting firm focused on sustainability. Stephan Lienin helps clients design sustainability strategies and measures and is an expert in sustainability management. He holds a Ph.D. in natural sciences from ETH Zurich, and developed methods for analyzing energy and mobility systems at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI). He managed the project The Future of Urban Mobility as managing director from 2010 till Pitch Thursday, August 20 Dr. Kathrin Amacker Head, Communication & Public Affairs, Swiss Federal Railways SBB, Switzerland From traditional train stations to integrated mobility hubs. As Switzerland s biggest provider of environmentally responsible mobility, SBB operates one of the densest and busiest rail networks in the world. Currently SBB faces the challenge that lifestyles and customer requirements are changing rapidly and new technological developments are having fundamental impact on mobility. SBB is convinced that only combined mobility solutions door to door enable a sustainable usage of mobility. A systematic expansion of the rail infrastructure and the development of train stations into solution hubs of combined mobility are key to leading SBB successfully into a sustainable future. Dr. Kathrin Amacker is Head of Communication at SBB AG and Member of the Executive Board. Prior to this she held executive positions at Swisscom and Novartis and was member of the Swiss National Council. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

15 D) Architecture & Space Chair Prof. Dr. Arno Schlueter Full Professor, Institute of Technology in Architecture ITA Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ, Switzerland Arno Schlueter holds a degree in architecture from the Technical University of Karlsruhe (KIT), a postgraduate degree in architectural computing and a PhD in building systems from ETH Zürich. In 2010 he was appointed Assistant Professor and in 2014 Full Professor of Architecture and Building Systems (A/S) at the Institute of Technology in Architecture (ITA), ETH Zurich. Since 2013 he is also PI at the Singapore ETH Future Cities Lab (FCL). In 2009 he cofounded the design and engineering office, where he is part of the management board. To decrease the environmental footprint and increase human well being he and his teams research and develop new approaches, methods and technologies to make buildings efficient and dynamic agents in the urban fabric. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Prof. Dr. Kiel Moe Associate Professor, Architecture & Energy, Harvard Graduate School of Design, USA Maximum Power Design. I will notion that rather than efficient buildings and systems, we need to design more powerful systems. I will argue that we need to place buildings within their proper hierarchy of energy in order to best identify how to more powerfully design building as a key process of contemporary urbanization. Much of this will ultimately bear on mass flow and material geographies. In this way, designers and politicians can better discern the role of architecture and urbanization and thus better address the deceptively simple but important question: how should we live in this century? Kiel Moe is a registered practicing architect and Associate Professor of Architecture & Energy in the Department of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. At the GSD, Moe teaches and coordinates core design studios, seminars on Forms of Energy, and lectures on architecture and energy. His research and pedagogy focuses on an agenda for design and energy that is at once more ecologically and architecturally ambitious. As such, he focuses on both buildings as manifestations of large scale energy systems as well as overlooked and discrete thermal parameters in buildings that yet have great impact on the power and thermodynamic depth of architecture. This research is the basis for his design research and his design practice. He is also author of multiple books. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

16 Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Mr. Markus Schaefer Partner, Hosoya Schaefer, Switzerland A practitioners approach to the Urban Age. Urbanity is the critical density of human interactions (the exchange of symbols) and transactions (the exchange of goods) that allows for social differentiation, innovation and adding value for cultures and markets. With social differentiation at its fermenting core, urbanity inherently leads to growth and expansion. Techniques and organizations such as money, empire and religion enable this expansion; technologies such as transport and communication infrastructure speed it up. Since its invention about 8'000 years ago, urbanity has been continuously optimized. Its increasing efficiency and reach allowed for ever growing populations and cultural complexity, a point from where we cannot return without radical, even unthinkable, changes. Energy we will likely have plenty. But will we be able to handle complexity? Faced with systemic boundaries prescribed by our limited planet, we might need to change our thinking and look not for smartness but for resilience, not solutions but adaptability, not integration but subsidiarity, not global panacea but local intelligence. Markus Schaefer is co founder of Hosoya Schaefer Architects in Zürich. He has a MArch from Harvard University and a MSc from the University of Zürich. The office is known for its large scale urban design projects, but also works on architecture, media design and urban research. Prior to founding Hosoya Schaefer, Markus Schaefer was a director of AMO in Rotterdam, the think tank and research department of OMA / Rem Koolhaas. Both with work at Hosoya Schaefer and OMA / AMO, Markus Schaefer has won several international awards. He lectures and publishes regularly. He is also partner and head of research at CityTrackerX AG, a privately funded research and development company aiming at a real time performance analysis of cities. Keynote Wednesday, August 19 Ms. Friederike Pfromm Head, Real Estate Department, City of Lucerne, Switzerland Report on the sustainable development in the city of Lucerne. Many players devise requirements for the sustainable development in Lucerne. I will give a short outline of who they are and how they interact. Then I will show how we are able to monitor our own requirements, our practical experiences with them and a few thoughts about the underlying contradictions. Born in Switzerland, studied architecture in Berlin, own architectural firm in Berlin, teaching at the Bauhaus University Weimar, leading the building department in a medium sized enterprise in Buchen/Odenwald, division manager of the building department of the city of St.Gallen, head of the real estate department of the city of Lucerne. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

17 Keynote Thursday, August 20 Ms. Andrea Love Director, Building Science, Payette Associates, USA Building Energy Literacy. The increase in programs and policies regarding building energy in the United States have created growing cognizance about how intertwined building energy usage and the architectural industry are. The session explore a case study of Payette, a Boston based architectural firm, and their path to greater literacy and understanding about building energy. Programs such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Commitment, a voluntary program where firms work towards designing net zero buildings by 2030, has dramatically changed the way we work creating a Building Science department within the firm and integrating performance information into our design process. Influences have come from many levels local, state, and national. Policies such as the Massachusetts Stretch Energy Code and municipal Building Energy Disclosure Ordinances have also contributed to the raise in energy awareness, and the influence of aspirations such as the City of Cambridge Net Zero Action Plan, as well as the commitment toward carbon neutrality by many clients, continue to push for ever more efficient buildings. At Payette, a Boston based architecture firm, Andrea is the Director of Building Science working across all projects to bring rigor to the performance of our work. Additionally, she leads research projects, and was the Principal Investigator on the AIA Upjohn Grant focused on thermal bridging. She is a Lecturer at MIT in the Building Technology group where she teaches a class on building envelope performance. Andrea is a licensed architect and has her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon, and a Masters in Building Technology from MIT where she was the recipient of the Tucker Voss Award. She serves on the Board of Directors for the USGBC Massachusetts, on the USGBC Chapter Steering Committee, is a member of the AIA COTE Advisory Group, and chairs the AIA 2030 Working Group. Keynote Thursday, August 20 Dr. Joris van Wezemael Portfolio Manager, Pensimo Real Estate Management, Switzerland Organizational Capacities for a holistic energy planning and urban design an alternative conception of real estate. In the presented paper, I will focus on key aspects of organization and decision making in real estate and present a novel conception of real estate investment management. More specifically, I will present the following shift in perspective: from the (traditional and Aristotelian) question of what we are (such as an «investment manager») towards the more fundamental and practical (Deleuzian) question of what we do. Instead of viewing the investment manager as the (sole and) central agent and to stage the building stock of a real estate portfolio as basically inert matter, I propose to conceptualise the buildings of a portfolio as «probe heads» (or «search devices») which explore potentials and specific scalarities of tapping into energy landscapes. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

18 The suggested shift fundamentally questions the nature (or the ontology) of an «investor» and its relations to the built, physical, institutional, or enery environment. The traditional conception of an investor reduces energymanagement to a specific set of fairly well defined (and thus isolated) decisions, it objectifies the world of «energy systems» as external and opposed to the firm (or the «world of management»). The suggested view, however, depicts the investor (such as a real estate investmant foundation) as a spatially dispersed and hybrid actor network that relates infrastructure, parts of buildings, knowledge management, compliance and much more. Thus, the latter conception displays «real estate» as actively tapping (and providing) into the flow of matter and energy with thousands of locally fixed real estate objects as searching devices. This, again, opens up the potential to explore alternative energy futures and their co evolutionary interrelation with organizational becomings. Against this background, I will focus on the prerequisites in the organization of management that allows for mobilizing the potential benefits of the proposed conception of real estate. More specifically, I will show that fundamentals of decision making in real estate such as legitimacy of action, business ethics or the governance of collective learning processes are paramount for an organizational transformation towards a more holistic energy planning and design. I will illustrate my argument with projects and policies of the pensimo group. PD Dr. Joris Van Wezemael has been trained as an economic geographer, architectural sociologist, town planner and economist. In his academic work he contributed to concepts of collective decision making in spatial planning and urbanism. Currently he teaches at the Department of Architecture (ETH Zürich) and at the Centre for Urban and Real Estate Management (UZH). As a portfolio manager with Pensimo Management AG (Real Estate Investment Manager) he is responsible for a Swiss Portfolio, and he deals with issues that concern corporate responsibility and organisational learning. Swiss US Energy Innovation Days /18 Workshop Chairs & Speakers Profiles

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