Workshop: Get ready for ESG and Energy Sector Coupling

Renewable energy sources

The University of Copenhagen, Department of Computer Science (DIKU) and Energy Cluster Denmark (ECD), as well as the SCIENCE AI Centre, invite you to this half day of informative talks, case presentations and networking with a view to collaboration and knowledge sharing.


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PART 1: ESG – What is it, what are the implications, how do you get on board?

    09.30- 10.00 Registration and Coffee
    10.00- 10.15
    Welcome and introduction by DIKU and ECD
    Funding Programmes offered by ECD

    Anders Pall SköttAnders Pall Skött, Head of Section Business & Innovation, University of Copenhagen

    Hans Jørgen BrodersenHans Jørgen Brodersen, Senior Project Manager, Energy Cluster Denmark

    10.15– 10.30 ESG trends, CSRD and key implications for corporates Ted PaulusTed Paulus, Senior Director and Global Head of Energy Practice, Position Green
    10.30– 10.45 Tracking the value of green electricity
    Nicolas BernhardiNicolas Bernhardi, Business Developer, Energinet

    10.45– 11.05 Total resource accounting for transparent carbon emission reporting – presentation and pitch of Videnbro project Fritz HengleinFritz Henglein, professor of programming languages & systems
    11.05- 11.20 BREAK

    PART 2: Energy Sector Coupling and data sharing is on the agenda
    – where are we heading – how can Danish companies contribute, how can research contribute?

    11.20- 11.35
    Two cases on use of energy data and ML for optimization

    Bo StigBo Stig, CCO & Lead Engineer, Neurospace.IO

    11.35- 11.50 Decentral and secure data sharing in the energy sector Lea SchickLea Schick, Research and Innovation Specialist, Alexandra Institute
    11.50- 12.05 Tracking Scope1/Scope 2 emissions for computational pipelines/data centers with tools like Carbontracker Raghavendra SelvanRaghavendra Selvan, assistant professor ML, DIKU
    12.05- 12.20

    Online and Reinforcement Learning for Energy Sector Coupling

    Yevgeny SeldinYevgeny Seldin, professor and Head of Section ML, DIKU
    12.20- 12.40 Panel discussion and Q&A  Moderated by Anders Pall Skött
    12.40- 13.30 Lunch, networking / discussing collaboration