19 | 08 | 2017

CONNECTING ISLAND INNOVATIONS

PROGRAMME

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December 2nd | Canary Islands Government Building

10.15 | Registration of Participants

11.10 | Opening Session

Introduction & Moderation
Gianni Chianetta – Director & Scientific Coordinator, Greening The Islands/Director The Green Consulting Group

11.15 | Welcome Message
Adrián Mendoza – Regional ViceMinister of Industry, Energy and Commerce of the Regional Government of the Canary Islands

11.30 | Best Practices in the Canary Islands
Gonzalo Piernavieja Izquierdo – Director, Instituto Tecnológico de Canarias

11.45 | Panel: Policy Framework for the enhancement of the islands (references to migration and climate change)

Gian Piera Usai – General Secretary ANCIM/Vice – Presidency The European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) – ArchiMed
Joeri de Ridder – Chairman, European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) / Chairman, World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA)
Konstantina Toli – Senior Programme Officer, Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP)
Sara Marjani Zadeh – Technical Officer from the Land and Water Division (AGL) in the Agriculture and Consumer Protection Deparment (AG), FAO
Gonzalo Piernavieja Izquierdo – ISLENET, Network of European Islands for Energy & the Environment

12.45 | Debate & Conclusions
13.00 | Light Lunch

13.40 | Session: Energy

Introduction & Moderation: Emilio Sani – Partner, The Green Consulting Group

13.50 |  Status Overview
Looking ahead: 100% RE Islands initiative launched at COP21 and the RENFORUS (Renewable Energy Futures for UNESCO Sites)
Cipriano Marín – UNESCO Center of the Canary Islands/UNESCO’s RENFORUS Initiative.

14.05 | Innovative solutions
CITY LIGHTING: LED could be more than just energy saving: light quality and ambience
Aldo Bigatti
– Sales & Marketing Director – Business Unit Light, Gewiss

Pathway to a Zero-Emission Island
Lorenzo Ceraulo – Councilor for Public Works and Town Planning
Fabrizio Longo – Technical Director, SEA Favignana

South Pacific Island is powered by the sun: Tesla Powerpack case study
Marco D’Alimonte – Regional Manager Supercharger & Tesla Energy

Renewable energy solutions for small island projects – Giannutri
Luigi Apicella – Responsible for Domestic Activities, Terna Plus

15.05 | Panel: Legislative and regulatory framework – best practices and issues
Moderation: Elena Comelli – Corriere Economia

Joan Groizard – Director of Energy and Climate Change, Regional Government of the Balearic Islands
Jan Jantzen – MSc Eng, Samso’s Energy Academy, Island of Samso (Denmark)
Kostas Komninos – Energy Expert – Aegean Energy Agency/ Director – DAFNI Network of Sustainable Aegean Islands
Josè Donoso – Director General Unión Española Fotovoltaica (UNEF)/Co-Chairman Global Solar Council
Enrique Rodriguez de Azero – President Asociación Canaria de Energías Renovables (ACER)

16.05 | Debate & Conclusions

16.20 | Coffee Break

16.35 | Session: Water

Introduction & Moderation: Carlo Rolle – Partner, The Green Consulting Group

16.40 | Status Overview
Water in the islands: challenges and responses
Konstantina Toli – Senior Programme Officer, Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP)

16.55 | Innovative solutions
Desalination and water reuse in the Mediterranean Islands – a few case histories
Jacopo Belbusti – Commercial Manager, Protecno S.r.l.

17.10 | Panel: Legislative and regulatory framework – best practices and issues
Moderation: Agnese Cecchini – Editorial Director, Gruppo Italia Energia/Quotidiano Energia

Konstantina Toli – Senior Programme Officer, Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP)
Toni Casañas – Member of European Desalination Society (EDS)/Member of the Board of Asociación Española de Desalación y Reutilización (AEDyR)
Jacques Ganoulis – Special Secretary for Water Resources, Ministry of Reconstruction of Production, Environment & Energy, Greece
Giuseppe Taverna – Chief Technical Secretariat, Regional Department for Energy, Water and Public Utilities Region of Sicily

18.15 | Debate & Conclusions

20.30 | Gala Dinner and Greening the Islands Awards*
Moderation: Agnese Cecchini – Editorial Director, Gruppo Italia Energia/Quotidiano Energia

The Jury
Joeri de Ridder – Chairman, European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) / Chairman, World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA)
Gonzalo Piernavieja Izquierdo – ISLENET, Network of European Islands for Energy & the Environment
Michela Miletto – Deputy Coordinator United Nations World Water Assessment Programme
Emanuele Taibi – Islands Energy Transition Analyst, The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Konstantina Toli – Senior Programme Officer, Global Water Partnership – Mediterranean (GWP)

Greening the Islands Awards 2016 Winners & Nominees

December 3rd | ITC (Instituto Tecnologico de Canarias)

 

09.00 | Session: Green Vehicles

Introduction & ModerationEnzo Guidi – Partner, The Green Consulting Group

09.10 | Status Overview
Electric mobility: past, present and future
Joeri de Ridder – Chairman, European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) / Chairman, World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA)

09.25 | Panel: Legislative framework – best practices and issues
Moderation: Luis Hill – CEO, Thinking Cities and Thinking Highways

Joeri de Ridder – Chairman, European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (AVERE) / Chairman, World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA)
Maria Gemou – Associate Researcher – Head of Clean Vehicles Technologies Lab, CERTH/HIT
Peter Paul Barbara – National Coordinator, Malta National Electromobility Platform (MNEP)
Nicos Kouyialis – Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment, Cyprus

10.25 | Debate & Conclusions

10.40 | Coffee break

10.55 | Session: Other environmental segments

Introduction & Moderation:
Antonio Giordano – Journalist, Milano Finanza

11.05 | Waste
Waste innovation in small island: the GE.RI.N project
Mario Jorizzo – – Ente per le Nuove tecnologie, l’Energia e l’Ambiente (ENEA)

11.20 | Agriculture
Climate Change, Agriculture and FAO Global Water Scarcity Initiative; with a focus on an island context
Sara Marjani Zadeh – Technical Officer from the Land and Water Division (AGL) in the Agriculture and Consumer Protection Deparment (AG), FAO

11.35 | Tourism
Growth and sustainability of Azores as a consequence of tourism
José Manuel Rosa Nunes – Regional Director of Energy Regional Secretary of Tourism and Transportation, Government of Azores Islands

11.50 | Debate & Conclusions

12.10 | Visit to the Instituto Tecnologico de Canarias in Pozo Izquierdo

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