Aspen Roundtable 2013

Montreux Energy - Aspen Clean Energy Roundtable - September 18-20, 2013 - Aspen, Colorado
PAST SPEAKERS VENUE & LOGISTICS PROGRAM PDF REGISTER NOW
“Global Transformations in Energy: The Fuel of the Future is Digital”

Roundtable Speakers will include:

Dr. Hermann
Pengg

Head of
Renewable Fuels,

Audi AG
Dan Probst
Chairman, Energy &
Sustainability Svcs,

Jones Lang
LaSalle
Kim Day
Manager of Aviation,
Denver
International
Airport
Luke Keller
Vice President,
BP America
Dr. Carmine
DiFiglio

Dep Asst
Secretary for
Policy Analysis

U.S. DOE
Erik Terjesen
Director,
Technology
Licensing,

Qualcomm
Dr. Michael
Gallagher

Former Pres,
COO & Director,

Westport
Dr. Amory
Lovins

Chairman &
Chief Scientist,

Rocky Mountain
Institute
Craig Scott
Manager Product
Planning, Advanced
Technology Group,

Toyota Motor
Sales USA
Mike Lynch
Managing Director,
Green Innovation,

NASCAR
Micheal Austin
Vice President
BYD
Automotive
Andy Darrell
New York
Regional Director,

Environmental
Defense Fund
Brett Lund
Executive
Vice President,

GEVO Biofuels
Tom Steyer
Founder,
NextGen
Climate Action
;

Founder & Retired
Sr. Managing Dir.,

Farallon Capital
Reg Modlin
Director of
Regulatory Affairs,

Chrysler
Moe Tabrizi
Head of
Sustainability

University of
Colorado
Kate Gordon
VP & Director
Energy & Climate,

Next Generation
Auden Schendler
Vice President
Sustainability,

Aspen
Skiing Company
Debbi
Brodt-Giles

Information
Visualization
Sr Proj Leader

NREL
Gordon Feller
Director Urban
Innovations,

Cisco
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 Arrivals into Aspen & Hotel Check-ins

Registration & Welcome, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Hotel Jerome Terrace Dinners on own in Aspen

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2013:

Registration & Continental Breakfast, 7:30 am – 8:30 am: Ballroom, Hotel Jerome

OPENING KEYNOTE SESSION 1) ENERGY, BIG DATA, AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Massive Transformations in How We Produce, Deliver, and Consume Energy.
New Ways of Rewarding Producers – and Consumers.

9:00 am – 10:30 am

Luke Keller, Vice President, BP America
Dr. Carmine DiFiglio, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy Analysis, U.S. DOE
Dr. Michael Gallagher, Senior Adviser, Former President, COO & Director, Westport Innovations
Dan Probst, Chairman Energy and Sustainability Services, Jones Lang LaSalle
Tom Steyer, Founder, NextGen Climate Action; Ret Founder & Sr Mging Dir, Farallon Cap

Morning Break, 10:30 am – 11:00 am

2) THE FUTURE OF CLEAN MOBILITY Part I

Digital Mobility, the Connected Car, EV Charging, Intelligent Transportation Systems
11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Erik Terjesen, Director, Technology Licensing, Qualcomm
Micheal Austin, VP, BYD Automotive

Luncheon outdoors, 12:30 – 1:30 pm, The Garden Terrace, Hotel Jerome

Dr. Amory Lovins, Chairman & Chief Scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute

3) THE FUTURE OF CLEAN MOBILITY Part II

Natural Gas, EV’s, Hybrids, and Hydrogen: How They Compete, How They Align
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Michael Lynch, Director Green Mobility, NASCAR
Keith Wipke, Laboratory Program Manager, Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technologies, NREL
Bret Lund, Executive Vice President, GEVO Biofuels
Kate Gordon, VP & Director, Energy & Climate, Next Generation

Afternoon Break, 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

4) NATURAL GAS AND TRANSPORTATION: BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE

NGVs, LNG & CNG, Fleet Vehicles
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Kyle Zeringue, Director Business Development, Louisiana Economic Development
Carol Sturman, Director, Sturman Industries

Dr. Hermann Pengg, Head of Renewable Fuels, Audi AG
Jules Kortenhorst, CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute

Cocktail Reception, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Dinners on own in Aspen

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2013:

Continental Breakfast, 7:15 am – 8:00 am

5) DESIGNING AND BUILDING GLOBAL SMART CITIES

Major Urban Projects, Infrastructure, Transportation Hubs, and Airports
8:30 am – 10:00 am

Kim Day, Manager of Aviation, Denver International Airport
“Denver International Airport’s Opportunity to Become a Global Airport City”

Gordon Feller, Director, Urban Innovations, Public Sector Practice, Cisco
“Big Data, Big Cities, and Big Changes in How We Design, Build, and Manage”

Andy Darrell, New York Regional Director, Environmental Defense Fund
“Lessons Learned: New York City and Superstorm Sandy”

Debbi Brodt-Giles, Senior Project Leader, Information Visualization, NREL
“New Trends in Data Analysis and Visualization”

Moe Tabrizi, Associate Dir., Campus Engineering & Sustainability, University of Colorado
“Real-Life Sustainability Experiences, from a Campus of 35,000 People”

Auden Schendler, VP Sustainability, Aspen Skiing Company
“Challenging Our Definition of Sustainability”

Morning Break, 10:00 am – 10:30 am

6) CLOSING COMMENTS AND SUMMARY

10:30 am – 11:00 am