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Is integrated energy our next climate hero? How connecting buildings, fleets and grids can fuel the future

Toby Morgan - Built Environment Lead, Climate Group
Mariana Heinrich - Director, Energy, WBCSED
Luc Remont - President, EDF
John Hoekstra - Chief Energy and Sustainability Officer, Prologis
Renae Kezar - Vice President ESG, Sustainability, Regulatory Affairs, Johnson Controls (JCI)
Cara Carmichael - Director for Federal Buildings, White House Council on Environmental Quality

2.40pm - 3.35pm
New York City

United States

Climate Week NYC

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Solar is now the cheapest electricity, battery prices have dropped by over 80% in the last two decades, and electric vehicles are disrupting the utility sector. But connecting these solutions together across buildings, fleets and grids can deliver climate and commercial benefits that far exceed anything done in isolation. This session will challenge and inspire industry professionals, policymakers, and green power enthusiasts to take a systems-thinking approach to transform our energy systems at scale.

We’ll be asking:

  • What’s the energy security and grid resilience pay off for integrated energy systems?
  • How can businesses and utilities work together while unlocking new revenue streams?
  • What role must policy play to create the right enabling environment and which governments and leading the charge?
  • Can we define common principles and implementation plans for scaling up integrated energy solutions at speed?