Program 2017

TUESDAY, 24 JANUARY 2017WEDNESDAY, 25 JANUARY 2017THURSDAY, 26 JANUARY 2017

Big Picture: THE ENERGY INDUSTRY IN 2017 AND BEYOND

9.30

KICK-OFF FOR THE 24. ANNUAL HANDELSBLATT ENERGY INDUSTRY CONFERENCE

Opening of the conference, by the chairs and event organisers

Gabor Steingart Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver BettzügeKlaus Stratmann

Gabor Steingart, Editor, Handelsblatt, Dusseldorf
Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Director, Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne
Klaus Stratmann, Deputy Director, Handelsblatt Berlin Office

9.45 KEYNOTE: ENERGY POLICY

A compass for the energy system in 2017, 2018 and 2019: Energy policy goals

Sigmar GabrielSigmar Gabriel
German Federal Minister
BMWi, Berlin

10.30 KEYNOTE DISCUSSION

Strategic conclusions from the political frameworks for the energy industry

Dr. Florian Bieberbach Andreas Kuhlmann Dr. Susanna Zapreva

Dr. Florian Bieberbach, CEO, Stadtwerke München GmbH, Munich
Andreas Kuhlmann, Chief Executive, Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena), Berlin
Dr. Susanna Zapreva, CEO, enercity – Stadtwerke Hannover AG, Hanover

CHAIRS:

Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge Klaus Stratmann

Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Director, Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne
Klaus Stratmann, Deputy Head, Handelsblatt Berlin Office

11.20

Networking break and exhibition

12.00 FOOD FOR THOUGHT & DISCUSSION

Two faces: What will the energy industry look like in the coming years?

Klaus Schäfer Philipp Schröder

Klaus Schäfer, CEO, Uniper SE, Dusseldorf
Philipp Schröder, Managing Director, sonnen GmbH, Wildpoldsried

12.45

Q&A

13.30

Networking Luncheon in the exhibition

INNOVATION, TRANSFORMATION & CORPORATE CULTURE

14.30 KEYNOTE

Size and innovation: Contradiction or opportunity?

Peter TeriumPeter Terium
CEO
innogy SE, Essen

14.50 INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE

Being innovative to keep your business growing

15.20 LOOKING BEYOND THE INDUSTRY

How a major corporation keeps its culture fit for innovation

15.50

Networking break and exhibition

INSPIRATION:HUB

SUPPLIERS OF THE FUTURE – THE FUTURE OF SUPPLIERS

Parallel 16.00 – 16.20 | Pavilion
SESSION 1

THE DIGITAL (ENERGY) INDUSTRY

16.30 DISCUSSION

Dr. Roland BuschDr. Roland Busch
Member of the Managing Board
Siemens AG, Munich

Break-out session 16.30-17.15 |Room: Tegel
Digitalisation: Stop talking about it, just get on with it
16.45

Digitalisation as an energy industry and macro-economic phenomenon

Michael Lucke Dr. Norbert Menke

Michael Lucke, Chief Executive, Allgäuer Überlandwerk GmbH, Kempten
Dr. Norbert Menke,
Chairman of the Board, Leipziger Versorgungs- und Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH, Leipzig

17.30

Digitalisation in practice: Significant savings via cloudification

Martin Götz Olaf Baumann

Martin Götz, CEO, RWE IT Czech s.r.o. in conversation with
Olaf Baumann, Executive Vice President, FPT Deutschland GmbH, Essen

17.45 CIO-SESSION

„IT does matter“: IT modernisation as the backbone of a securely connected future energy world

Edgar Aschenbrenner Dominik Spannheimer

Edgar Aschenbrenner, CIO, E.ON SE, Dusseldorf
Dominik Spannheimer, CIO, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH, Berlin

18.30

End of Day 1

19.00

EVENING RECEPTION

Hosted by  fpt , Handelsblatt and EUROFORUM

Join us for a relaxed evening reception at the Bolle Meierei, an historical building once used as a dairy. The red-brick façade exudes an industrial charm, while the interior is both ultra-modern and warmly welcoming. Built during the 1890s, the building became famous when Carl Julius Andreas Bolle began supplying Berliners with milk from his dairy. The evening event is your opportunity to engage with colleagues over good food and fine wine.

Get there with  tesla – use our VIP shuttle service to reach the event location

abend-va

EUROPE AS AN ENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL HUB

7.00

pwc-transparent EARLY MORNING RUN

Get some fresh air and energize for the day by joining our jogging-roundtrip in the Tiergarten. Bring your running shoes and become a member of this yearly growing community. (Meeting Point at the hotel main entrance)

9.00

Opening of Day 2

9.15 KEYNOTE

Energy for Europe

Dr. Johannes TeyssenDr. Johannes Teyssen
Chairman and CEO
E.ON SE

9.40

Energiewende: A view from the outside

William M. ColtonWilliam M. Colton
Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning, Exxon Mobil Corporation
Irving (TX), USA

9.55 PANEL DISCUSSIONPANEL DISCUSSION

CONTROVERSY: Efficiently designing the road to energy transition
Areas of convergence and divergence between industry and energy producers

William M. Colton Dr. Roland Mohr
Dr. Klaus Schäfer Manfred Schmitz

William M. Colton
Dr. Roland Mohr,
CEO, Verband der Industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft e.V., Essen
Dr. Klaus Schäfer, Board Member responsible for Production and Technology, Covestro AG, Leverkusen
Manfred Schmitz, CEO ENGIE Deutschland, Cologne

10.45

Networking break and exhibition

INSPIRATION:HUB

SUPPLIERS OF THE FUTURE – THE FUTURE OF SUPPLIERS

Parallel 11.00 – 11.20 | Pavilion
SESSION 2
11.25 DISCUSSION

(Re-)financing a future energy system

Dr. Patrick GraichenDr. Patrick Graichen
Director
Agora Energiewende, Berlin

Break-out session: 11.25 – 12.10 | Raum Tegel
WORKSHOP Agile product development: Using Design Thinking & Co. to address emerging customer needs.
11.35 EXPERTS TALK

Investing in the electricity market: How much does the energy transition cost?

Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm Dr. Patrick Graichen

Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm, Chair of Economic Theory, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg/Energy Campus Nuremberg, discussing with
Dr. Patrick Graichen

11.55

Future electricity market: A concept for optimisation within the social and political limitations

Dr. Norbert SchwietersDr. Norbert Schwieters
Partner, Global Energy, Utilities & Mining Leader
PwC AG WPG, Dusseldorf

12.10

Gas market scenarios: Prospects for a clean, affordable and diversified energy supply

  • Linking energy sectors: heat
  • The value of domestic production
  • Gas infrastructure vs. additional electricity infrastructure

Martin Bachmann Matthias Trunk

Martin Bachmann, Chairman, Bundesverband Erdgas, Erdöl und Geoenergie e.V., Hanover
Matthias Trunk, Sales Director, GASAG Berliner Gaswerke Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin

13.00

Networking Luncheon in the exhibition

pwc-transparent welcomes all women to the women & energy lunch

CLIMATE PROTECTION AND RENEWABLE ENERGY

14.30 KEYNOTE

Climate protection plan for 2050: Environmental protection, climate protection, energy efficiency – common goals and challenges

Dr. Barbara HendricksDr. Barbara Hendricks
German Federal Minister
BMUB, Berlin

15.00

CLIMATE CERTIFICATE PRESENTATION

15.10 DISCUSSING THE KEYNOTE

Optimal greenhouse gas reduction in Germany: What are the paths that will lead to success?

  • National climate targets for Germany
  • Competing technologies
  • The energy transition in the electoral year
  • A new energy world: Focusing on renewables

Dr. Fritz Brickwedde Martin Herrmann Stephan Kamphues
Dr. Ludwig Möhring Prof. Dr.-Ing. Armin Schnettler Dr. Dieter Steinkamp

Dr. Fritz Brickwedde, President, German Renewable Energy Federation, Berlin
Martin Herrmann, COO Retail, innogy SE, Essen
Stephan Kamphues, Member of the Board of Management, Open Grid Europe GmbH, Essen
Dr. Ludwig Möhring, Managing Director Sales, WINGAS GmbH, Kassel
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Armin Schnettler, Head of Energy and Electronics Research, Siemens Corporate Technology, Munich
Dr. Dieter Steinkamp, Chairman of the Board, RheinEnergie AG, Cologne

16.20

Networking break and exhibition

INSPIRATION:HUB

SUPPLIERS OF THE FUTURE – THE FUTURE OF SUPPLIERS

Parallel 16.30 – 16.50 |PAVILON
SESSION 3
17.00 DISCUSSION KICK-OFF

The energy transition in the fuel tank

Reiner MangoldReiner Mangold
Head of Sustainable Product Development
Audi AG, Ingolstadt

17.10 BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

Linking energy and mobility

Dr. Tobias Brosze Reiner Mangold

Dr. Tobias Brosze, Vice Chairman, Stadtwerke Mainz AG
Reiner Mangold, Head of Sustainable Product Development, Audi AG, Ingolstadt

17.50 CONTROVERSY IN ENERGY POLICY

Navigating a trio of goals: security of supply, cost-effectiveness, and environmental compatibility

Dr. Hermann Otto Solms Jürgen Trittin
Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge Klaus Stratmann

Dr. Hermann Otto Solms, Vice President of the German Bundestag (retired), Member of the Presidium of Germany’s Free Democratic Party
Jürgen Trittin, Member of the German Bundestag, Alliance 90/The Greens in conversation with
Prof. Dr. Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Director, Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne
Klaus Stratmann,
Deputy Head, Handelsblatt Berlin office More experts yet to be confirmed

18.30

End of Day 2

EVENING RECEPTION

To mark the end of Day 2, we warmly invite you to an evening reception at the InterConti. Escape the chilly Berlin winter and whisk off to a beach lounge.

Relax with refreshing long drinks and smooth tunes from our DJs.

ABENDVERANSTALTUNG

NEW THINKING, NEW TOPICS, NEW BUSINESS

7.00

pwc-transparent EARLY MORNING RUN

Get some fresh air and energize for the day by joining our jogging-roundtrip in the Tiergarten. Bring your running shoes and become a member of this yearly growing community. (Meeting Point at the hotel main entrance)

9.00 SHOW

New tech, new energy: Daily life in 2020, the energy world in 2020

Nils Müller takes you on a breathtaking journey into the future, and shows how digitalisation will change our products, our services and our customers’ expectations.
Where will energy suppliers be in 2020?

Nils MüllerNils Müller
Trend Researcher, CEO & Founder
TRENDONE, Hamburg

DIALOGUE

Digging deeper: What do these trends imply for the energy business?

Nils Müller Dr. Steffen Frischat

Nils Müllerin conversation with
Dr. Steffen Frischat, Head of Solutions, ENTEGA AG, Darmstadt

10.00

Energetic startups: Face-to-face with established companies

In this interactive session, expectations from both sides meet head-on – and release new energy in the process. How can we effectively combine the power of big companies with the agility of small startups?

Bastian HaleckerBastian Halecker
Founder and Organiser
StartUp Tour Berlin

BUSINESS MATCH

Rubbing shoulders with startups

Energy efficiency, decentralised generation, storage solutions, big data: the selected startups are working in precisely the areas where energy suppliers see potential for the future. Use this opportunity to ask all your burning questions, and then deepen your conversations in the Start Up Lounge.

11.00

Networking break and exhibition

SILICON VALLEY INSIGHTS

11.30

blockchainTHE GAME CHANGER
Entering the real-time energy industry with blockchain technology

Prof. Dr. Jens StrükerProf. Dr. Jens Strüker
Managing Director, Institute for Energy Management
Hochschule Fresenius gGmbH, Frankfurt

SPECIAL: CITY OF THE FUTURE – FUTURE OF THE CITY

12.00

Linked energy sectors as the heart of a smart city

Markus GraebigMarkus Graebig
Project Manager
WindNODE, Berlin

12.15

„The more creative energy suppliers are, the more they can earn in the field of future living.“

PART I
REAL-LIFE BUSINESS MODELS
Wasting energy intelligently: New approaches to using energy

PART II
BUSINESS OF TOMORROW
3D-printed houses, androids, communities, the zero-marginal-cost society

Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Timo LeukefeldProf. Dipl.-Ing. Timo Leukefeld
Energy Ambassador to the German Federal Government

12.45

Live vote and Q&A

13.00 INTERNATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

Learning from the mega city: International experience in energy policy, markets and smart grid innovation

13.30

Lunch, with recap and closing of the 24. Annual Handelsblatt Energy Industry Conference