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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Time

11:30 am - 01:00 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 12

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Building Skins, Megatrends and Urban Transformation

11:30 am
11:40 am

Welcome and Introduction: New Horizons for Urban Transformation

11:40 am
11:50 am

Reshaping the Energy and Sustainability Transition with Digital Transformation

  • Dr. Maher Chebbo
    SVP, Chief Business Innovation Officer, General Electric - Global Digital Energy Solutions, France

11:50 am
12:00 pm

All Electric: A Pathway for an Emission-free Future in Cities

  • Georg Wilms
    Global Head Major Projects & Solutions, Siemens AG, Germany

12:00 pm
12:10 pm

Driving Efficient Building Performance from the Perspective of the User

12:10 pm
12:55 pm

Panel Discussion: BIPV Innovation Potential - Solutions for a Sustainable Future

Chair: Dr. Christine Lemaitre, CEO, DGNB, German Sustainable Building Council

Key topics to be addressed:
- Potential of Solar Building Skins in the context of IoT, smart cities and e-mobility
- BIPV innovation in architecture | Digitalisation & decentralisation
- Digital applications of the energy transition: blockchain and BIPV potential
- An integrated RE based energy system - Market design opportunities for BIPV
- System-wide innovations: BIPV, Smart Grid, Smart Cities and Energy Efficiency
- New Approaches for Buildings and Transport in Cities

12:55 pm
01:00 pm

Conclusions

Speakers

Dr. Silke Krawietz
Dr. Silke Krawietz
CEO & Founder, SETA Network, United Kingdom
Dr. Maher Chebbo
Dr. Maher Chebbo
SVP, Chief Business Innovation Officer, General Electric - Global Digital Energy Solutions, France
 Georg Wilms
Georg Wilms
Global Head Major Projects & Solutions, Siemens AG, Germany
 Alistair Law
Alistair Law
Associate Façade Designer, Arup, United Kingdom
Dr. Christine Lemaitre
Dr. Christine Lemaitre
CEO, DGNB, German Sustainable Building Council, Germany
 Laurent Quittre
Laurent Quittre
Founder, ISSOL - Smart Glass & BIPV, Belgium
Dr. Christian Feisst
Dr. Christian Feisst
Founder and CEO, GreenCom Networks, Germany

Summary

Could buildings be the power plants of the future? By enhancing efficiency ratings and contributing both to energy generation and charging, building skins represent a paradigm shift that could fundamentally redefine how we see buildings. This notion is further reinforced in the context of megatrends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities and eMobility. If buildings become part of energy generation or charging infrastructure, what role would architects play? This session will explore the vast potential of this technology and its implications for the cities and societies of tomorrow. This session is jointly organized by Intersolar and SETA Network.

Related Sustainable Development Goals

Related Sustainable Development Goals