1 Invitation DTU INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE September 2013 SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH Programme overview Detailed programme at ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS OF TOMORROW MUST PROMOTE GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH. AT THE CONFERENCE WE WILL DISCUSS HOW ENERGY RESEARCH CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THIS, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ENERGY INDUSTRY AND POLICY MAKERS WHEN? September 2013 WHERE? The Technical University of Denmark, Anker Engelundsvej 1, 2800 Lyngby WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Energy sector decision makers, Energy policy makers, Energy industry, Energy researchers, Funding organisations AND International bodies. Among the topics are: Smart cities, Energy consumption in communication infrastructures, Heat pumps, Intelligent energy systems, Wind energy, Energy storage technologies, Solar energy, Fuel cells and HYDROGEN, Bioenergy, centralized energy supply technologies, efficiency improvements in buildings and lighting.
2 At DTU International Energy Conference 2013 the latest findings within research in sustainable energy technologies and systems will be presented by DTU researchers and international renowned energy experts The conference is organised with high level plenary sessions with invited keynote presentations on global trends on development of technologies, systems and economy. Furthermore a number of parallel sessions presents and discuss the most recent developments of energy technologies and systems. The conference conclude with a roundtable session, where the minister for Climate, Energy and Building, energy industry and researchers will discuss and identify solutions that can ful fill the needs for green economic growth and create the necessary new intelligent energy systems. The focus will be on fulfilling the ambitious targets set by the Danish government and the European Parliament Background The energy sector has to cope with the financial crises, which have significant impact on almost all countries, and could slowdown the development of new sustainable energy systems, unless special initiatives are taken. Investments in new sustainable energy systems might at the same time promote green economical growth and the creation of new jobs. Furthermore the global population is growing and an increasing share of the population will be living in urban areas. This rapid urbanisation will create a growing number of megacities. By 2050 the world population is expected to surpass 9 billion, of which more than 6 billion will be living in urban areas. Urbanisation generally leads to increased demand for energy-consuming services such as housing and transport. Another challenge is to meet the growing needs of the developing countries and especially ensure access to modern energy for the poorest in the world. If we want to stick to the 2 degrees target, we face huge challenges. And at the same time it is important to alleviate local, regional and global environmental impacts and adapt vulnerable regions in the world to the changing climate. Despite the effort to change the energy systems to be based on renewable energy technologies, fossil fuel will continue to play a dominating role many years ahead. The change towards renewable energy technologies may not only benefit climate change and the environment but also improve the security of supply. Organising committee Hans Larsen, DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy (Chairman) Henrik Carlsen, DTU Mechanical Engineering Kim Dam-Johansen, DTU Chemical Engineering Kristian Stubkjær, DTU Electrical Engineering Michael Havbro Faber, DTU Civil Engineering Peter Hauge Madsen, DTU Wind Energy Søren Linderoth, DTU Energy Conversion Birte Holst Jørgensen, DTU Management Engineering Parallel sessions Appointed session owners from DTU has set up the individual session programmes Secretariat Leif Sønderberg Petersen, DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy Phone , Cell phone ,
3 DTU INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE 2013 Programme overview Detailed programme at 10 September :00-10:30 Registration and coffee Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 10:30-11:00 Welcome and introduction Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Anders Overgaard Bjarklev, President, Technical University of Denmark 11:00-12:00 Plenary session A: Key note presentation Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Global future energy perspectives with focus on sustainable energy for green economic growth Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Professor of Energy Economics at the Vienna University of Technology, Deputy Director of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), and Director of the Global Energy Assessment (GEA) Chairman: Hans Hvidtfeldt Larsen, Vice Dean, DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy 12:00-13:00 Lunch Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 13:00-15:00 Parallel sessions 1 Intelligent energy systems Meeting Room S9, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Jacob Østergaard, Professor, Head of Center, DTU Electrical Engineering, Wind Energy Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Peter Hjuler Jensen, Deputy Head of DTU Wind Energy, Fuel cells and hydrogen technologies Meeting Room 1, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A Organised by Jens Oluf Jensen, Associate Professor, DTU Energy Conversion, 15:00-16:00 Exhibition and PhD presentations Foyer, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A 16:00-17:00 Welcome reception and exhibition continued Foyer, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A
4 11 September :00-10:00 Plenary session B: key note Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B How research and innovation can support green economic growth in Europe magdalena Andreea Strachinescu Olteanu, Head of Unit, New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal, DG Energy, European Commission Chairman: Kristian Stubkjær, Director, DTU Electrical Engineering 10:00-12:00 Parallel sessions 2 Energy storage technologies Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Allan Schrøder Pedersen, Head of Programme, DTU Energy Conversion, Solar energy Meeting Room 1, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A Organised by Peter Sommer-Larsen, Head of Programme, DTU Energy Conversion, and Simon Furbo, Associate professor, DTU Civil Engineering, Bioenergy biological conversion Meeting Room S9, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Zsófia Kádár, Researcher, and Anne S. Meyer, Professor, DTU Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Bioenergy thermal and catalytic conversion meeting Room S1, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Anker Degn Jensen, Professor,DTU Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, 12:00 13:00 Lunch Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 13:00-15:00 Parallel sessions 3 Efficiency improvements in buildings Meeting Room 1, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A Organised by Carsten Rode, Professor, head of Section, DTU Civil Engineering, Heat pumps Meeting Room S1, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Brian Elmegaard, Head of section, DTU Mechanical Engineering, Centralised energy supply technologies meeting Room S9, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Peter Glarborg, Professor, DTU Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, methods for Energy Systems Integration Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Henrik Madsen, Professor, DTU Compute, 15:00-15:30 Coffee break Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 15:30-16:30 Plenary session C: Key notes Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Energy research perspectives Erkki KM Leppävuori, President & CEO, Professor, Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT), Chairman of EERA Energy research for a fossil fuel free future Poul Erik Morthorst, Professor, DTU Management Engineering Chairman: Henrik Carlsen, Director, DTU Mechanical Engineering 18:00 Conference dinner Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B
5 12 September :00-10:00 Plenary session D: Key note Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Innnovations for the Power Matrix michael Weinhold, Prof. Dr., Siemens AG, Energy Sector Chairman: Michael Havbro Faber, Director, DTU Civil Engineering 10:00-12:00 Parallel sessions 4 Smart cities Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Birte Holst Jørgensen, Deputy Head of Department, DTU Management Engineering, Efficiency improvements in lighting Meeting Room 1, 1st Floor, Building 101, Entrance A Organised by Paul Michael Petersen, Professor, Group Leader, DTU Fotonik, Energy consumption in communication infrastructures meeting Room S9, DTU Meeting Center, Building 101, Entrance B Organised by Lars Dittmann, Professor, Group Leader, DTU Fotonik, 12:00-13:00 Lunch Glass Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 13:00-14:00 Reports from the chairmen of the parallel sessions Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 14:00-15:00 Roundtable discussion Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B Participants Martin Lidegaard, Minister for Climate, Energy and Building Claus Hviid Christensen, R&D Director, DONG Energy Hans Peter Slente, Director, DI Energy Anders Stouge, Deputy General Director, Danish Energy Association Michael Weinhold, Prof. Dr., Siemens AG, Energy Sector Ulrik Dan Weuder, Head of Infrastructure and SRI, ATP Chairman Hans Hvidtfeldt Larsen, Vice Dean, DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy 15:00-15:05 Closing remarks Oticon Hall, Building 101, Entrance B 15:15-17:00 Guided tours in the laboratories at DTU Programme at
6 DTU INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE 2013 SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FOR GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH Practical information The venue for the conference is The Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby Campus. The Campus is situated about 14 km (20 min) from the center of the Danish capital, Copenhagen. See more at The conference is organised with a combination of plenary sessions with high level policy oriented presentations, parallel sessions on selected topics and a roundtable discussion. Our suggestions for hotel accommodation in Copenhagen or Lyngby can be found at Booking is your own responsibility. We will arrange bus service from central points in Copenhagen and Lyngby. The working language of the conference will be English, and no translation will be provided. Conference fees EUR incl. DKK incl. Fee vat vat Normal Students DTU National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy, Technical University of Denmark Phone Registrate at VENUE The Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby Campus, Anker Engelundsvej 1, Building 101, Entrance B, 2800 Lyngby, Denmark Registration The registration fee includes an electronic copy of the conference report (with presentations and summary of the plenary discussion) and lunches during the conference, reception, bus transport and conference dinner. We offer a special discount to students, including PhD students. The conference is sponsored by: