Introduction to Technologies for Energy Efficiency in the Industry Sector

Webinars facts

Objective
Mitigation
Sectors
Energy efficiency
Industry
CTCN Keyword Matches
Energy efficiency
Industry
Renewable energy
South Africa
Ghana
Brazil
China
Thailand
India
Pakistan
Netherlands
Bioplastics
Ammonia
Fossil fuels to natural gas
Sustainable fertilizers
Iron & steel processing
Mitigation in the pulp and paper industry
Mitigation in the textiles and leather industry
Non-ferrous metals
Smelt reduction for iron and steel sector
Date and time
- Europe/Paris
Organiser
The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research

Energy efficiency in the industry: which chimney smokes sustainably?

Achieving energy efficiency in the industrial sector remains challenging, due to the variety of activities within this sector, the variety of relevant actors and the importance of industry for national economies. In this webinar, you can learn more about major energy-consuming industrial sectors and respective energy efficiency options, both from a more general as well as a sector-specific view. In addition, the webinar touches on policies to implement these measures.

About the presenters

The webinar is presented by three experts from ECN: Arjan Plomp, Ad Seebregts and Lachlan Cameron.

  • Arjan Plomp is a researcher of energy and environmental policies at the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), with a focus on the industrial and oil refining sector. Arjan can rely on several years of experience in policy advice on respective topics for the Dutch government and third parties.
  • Ad Seebregts is a senior researcher energy policies at the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) and has many years of experience in policy advise on energy use and energy efficiency for the Dutch government and international parties.
  • Lachlan Cameron is a policy advisor and technical analyst at ECN specializing in international climate and energy policy. Mr. Cameron has provided advice to governments worldwide including in Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Kuwait, Pakistan and Thailand.