COP26 Conference – Opportunities for a Greener Transition: Italian and UK Industries’ Best Practices towards Net-Zero

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On the occasion of the UN COP26 taking place in Glasgow this November, the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK has organised a conference entitled “Opportunities for a Greener Transition: Italian Industry’s Best Practices in the UK towards Net-Zero”.

The conference will give three major companies in the UK the chance to discuss their vision for the future of the energy transition, presenting case studies of their experiences in the UK and discussing it with the audience attending the event. It will also be the perfect occasion to address issues like youth engagement and cross-countries collaboration to reach the objective of COP26.

Taking place on 2nd November 2021 at 9:30 AM BST in the prestigious Kelvin Gallery of the University of Glasgow, just around the corner from the diplomatic negotiations, this conference will be the only event organised by an Italian Institution showcasing the Italian industry expertise during COP26. The event will be open to a limited number of in-person guests (selected on a first-come first-served basis) and it will be also streamed on the Italian Chamber of Commerce’s YouTube Channel. The full programme of the event is below.

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If you would like to attend in person, please REGISTER NOW via the link below.

Please also read carefully the Guidance for Attendees at Physical Events: Covid -19 Notice

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9:30 – 10:00 | WELCOME TO GUEST + NETWORKING

10:00 – 10:10 | INSTITUTIONAL INTRODUCTION

Alessandro Belluzzo (President of the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the UK)

Fabio Monaco (Consul General of Italy for Scotland and Northern Ireland)

10:10 – 10:50 | KEYNOTE SPEECHES

Simon Steen Moeller (Head of International Affairs at ERG Group)

“Green opportunities – the roles of future generations in the energy transition”

Nicolò Aggogeri (Managing Director of Eni UK)

“Eni’s Energy Transition Strategy for Decarbonization”

Pietro Foschi (Group Director Assurance Services at BSI Group)

“How Best Practice Standards Contribute to the Race to Net-Zero as Enablers of Trust and Resilience”

10:50 – 11:20 | PANEL + Q&A

11:20 – 11:30 | CLOSING REMARKS

Anton Muscatelli (Principal and Vice-Chancellor at the University of Glasgow)

Moderated by

Gioia Falcone (Rankine Chair of Energy Engineering at the University of Glasgow)

Kelvin Gallery, University of Glasgow
02/11/2021
9:30 AM BST