High Impact & Focused Events to Drive a Net Zero Future Across Sectors
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Get involved in our net zero event series, designed to drive the engagement of key business, sustainability and technology stakeholders
Tuesday, 13 June 2023 at Mishcon de Reya London Office, 25 Old Broad Street, London
Only 35% of companies that disclose information through the CDP having a clear plan to reduce their carbon emissions, and only 6% having a clear Net Zero target. There are many reasons for this lack of planning and reporting, although one of the main barriers to corporate decarbonisation strategies is a lack of accurate data reporting, a lack of efficiency in energy usage and a lack of optimisation in how space is utilised on premises.
As part of the DecarboniseSY Accelerator, the Tech Games was a curated, high-level, event showcasing cutting edge net zero technologies to leading corporates and investors, and seeks to allow stakeholders from across the Net Zero ecosystem to meaningfully engage and collaborate with each other. The event also included live Tech Studios, where leading corporates delivered a reverse pitch calling for disruptive solutions to meet their ambitious decarbonisation goals.
Tuesday, 21 March 2023 at SGInnovate, Singapore
Scope 3 emissions can account for 80% or more of a company’s total emissions, particularly in industries with complex supply chains. There is growing pressure from investors, customers and regulators for companies to address their emissions across the value chain, including Scope 3, in the move towards a more sustainable and low-carbon economy.
Scope 3 emissions can be difficult to measure and manage, however. There is a lack of verifiable information on Scope 3 impact, the external dependencies are higher and taking action is more complex. There is a clear need to establish collaborative mechanisms and technologies than can optimise our Net Zero efficiencies across the value chain.
Our roundtable on Driving Net Zero Across the Value Chain explored the barriers to and opportunities from stakeholder collaboration, and the importance of being transparent in sharing quality and clear data.
Wednesday, 18 January 2023 at The Business Village, Barnsley and Online
1400–1830 GMT | 1500-1930 CET
As part of the IoT Tribe DecarboniseSY Accelerator, we ran the South Yorkshire Net Zero Summit, where we heard from net zero stakeholders across the UK on the state of e-fuels, biofuels, hydrogen and electric vehicles, how can we reduce the impact of moving people and goods through these cleaner fuels, and how can we set the pace for net zero in South Yorkshire, as well as founders behind some of the UK’s most disruptive net zero technologies showcasing their technologies.
Wednesday, 7 December 2022, Virtual
0900 – 1100 GMT
Run as part of IoT Tribe’s UK-Malaysia Digital Innovation Programme, this invitation-only event brought together over 35 key stakeholders from across the UK’s Net Zero Ecosystem, including investors, startups, corporates, academia and local authorities. Discussion centred around investor behaviour when it comes to climatetech startups, how to propel the UK’s decarbonisation efforts, and the work being carried out by the Malaysian corporate, Sunway Group, as it seeks to meet its ambitious Net Zero targets.
Tuesday, 6 September 2022 at TIPS Town S2, Seoul, South Korea
1630 – 1900 KST
IoT Tribe, together with our partners, Cloudy Boss and Korea Accelerator Association, ran a meet up in Seoul, gathering various stakeholders in the net zero ecosystem to discuss how we can drive exponential progress in decarbonisation through emerging technologies.
Monday, 13 June 2022 at Queen Elizabeth II Centre
We discussed the trends, approaches and technologies that can support customers in an accelerated pathway to sustainable energy use with stakeholders from across the UK. Topics included major trends in customer behaviour; challenges in dealing with transition, phasing in and phasing out; new relationships with customers; challenges and opportunities in dealing data; and collecting and analysing data in a diversified energy landscape.
This event was held as part of Minting for Good hosted by the Singapore Economic Development Board at London Tech Week.
Wednesday, 21 July 2021, Virtual
0900 – 1130 BST | 1600 – 1830 SGT
By invitation only, the event brought together 31 senior executives from leading corporates, public agencies and key stakeholders in sustainability and technology to shape a global perspective on the future of sustainable operations and business models. This is a pre-launch event, enabling participants to start to understand the themes and areas in which collaboration “moves the needle”. We kicked off with three brief keynotes from representatives of Government, Industry and Academia who are already committed to driving change. The rest of the event is a guided roundtable discussion held with Chatham House rules on the road travelled and the road ahead; technology strategy – from short-term solutions to long-term strategic investments; realising next level through industry collaborations.
Lim Tuang Liang, Chief Science and Technology Officer, Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment, Singapore
Prof Haroun Mahgerefteh, Professor of Chemical Engineering (CO2 transportation), University College London
Hilary Tam, Global Sustainability Strategy Director, ARM
Tanya Suarez, CEO & Founder, IoT Tribe | Net Zero Tech Alliance
The time is now. The path to achieving your net zero ambitions, is through disruptive technologies.