Mi., 08. Nov.|
Procurement of Renewable Energy in Line With CDP and RE100
An online seminar for corporates which strive to make impact
Zeit & Ort
08. Nov. 2023, 15:00 – 16:00 MEZ
Über die Veranstaltung
First Climate and CDP are back with another joint online seminar!
This online seminar is geared to corporates which strive to actively contribute to climate change mitigation. The generation and consumption of energy is one of the largest sources of global carbon emissions. Therefore, the credible procurement of renewable energy is as important as it has ever been. This online seminar focusses on the newest update of the criteria the RE100 Initiative has developed and the different instruments of procuring renewable energy in compliance with such criteria. It provides a high-level overview for corporates on how to sustainably source renewable energy to reduce their Scope 2-emissions.
Participation is free.
Steven Krawietz Green Energy Expert, First Climate
Steven is a Senior Green Energy expert at First Climate. His expertise spans the renewable energy sector from sustainable energy generation and procurement to reducing emissions in supply chains to business development in international markets. Steven has numerous years of experience working with I-RECs and the full range of recognized renewable energy standards.
Patrick Harney Renewable Energy Analyst, CDP
Patrick Harney is a renewable energy analyst on CDP’s renewable energy team. Patrick has worked prominently on the RE100 campaign carrying out data analysis and developing insights into RE100’s corporate renewable electricity consumption database, engaging with stakeholders on the recently updated RE100 technical criteria, and contributing to RE100’s annual disclosure report. Prior to joining CDP Patrick worked as a senior policy analyst at the Irish energy regulator.
Maximilian Schlicher North America Business Development Manager, First Climate
Maximilian Schlicher is the North America Business Development Manager at First Climate, a role he assumed in the first half of 2023. With a diverse educational background encompassing Business Administration, Management, Real Estate, and Operations, Maximilian brings a comprehensive skill set to his current position. Prior to joining First Climate Markets AG, Maximilian dedicated seven years to Sotheby’s International Realty. His commitment to Sustainable Change, Carbon Markets, Project Development, and Renewable Energy is evident in his primary focus on expanding collaborations with clients and networks in the private and public sectors.