On December 12th, 13th and 14th in Paris, Porte de Versailles (Hall 7.2) GreenFlex will participate in the World Efficiency trade show, the first international meeting for the low-carbon and resource-efficient economy.
As you may know, We have invented a unique model to integrate sustainable development into the economic reality of companies. We build solutions on a day-to-day basis for our customers to transform and tackle their environmental and societal challenges. Our GreenFlex experts will benefit from this international trade show to host 3 workshops on blockchain and energy, real estate and circular economy and agribusiness, logistics and short circuits.
Get a pass on the show website (prices available here) and sign up for our workshops!
12 December 2017, 13:30 – 14:15
Energy and blockchain
Self-consumption of electricity and development of demand-respond and management tools that improve energy efficiency foster new potential of exchange between energy providers and consumers. Local energy loops are raising new questions. Many consumers want to know more about the energy they buy and use: is it renewable or local, what about its traceability? GreenFlex and Blockchain Partner have recently joined their forces to bring this idea to life. By developing a common platform to combine local energy loop and blockchain, they propose to manage and enhance these new dynamic flows of energy exchanges that involve all actors in the value chain. A first feedback on the development of the platform and the testimony of a local actor close to the territory will be presented during the workshop.
· Lucas Elicegui, innovation Director, GreenFlex
· Antoine Yeretzian, Co-founder, Blockchain Partner
13 December 2017, 12:30 – 13:15
Real estate and circular economy
How to achieve the transition of the real estate sector toward a circular economy?
Today in Europe, only 40% of the offices are fully occupied every day. Building tomorrow’s real estate requires rethinking working methods, building new spaces or optimizing the workplace. Real estate market players will have to develop new wider services (mobility, well-being, etc.) to ensure much more efficient and easy-to-use buildings for their occupants. It is needed to consider and deploy innovative economic models to promote the economy of functionality and to reinvest the savings made in quantity of materials (using less of them) in a better quality of materials (promoting reused materials, recycled materials, or products without toxic substances, etc.). The scarcity of resources (sand, metals, etc.) and the impact of their extraction, the major stakes of the management of construction waste, the environmental health issues, together with the occupants’ expectations, make this transition critical. How to accelerate this transition of the real estate sector toward a circular economy?
- Sébastien Delpont, Consulting Director, GreenFlex
- Christian Zolesi, Consulting Director, GreenFlex
- Christophe Deboffe, Director, Neo Eco
- Kesia Vasconcelos, Co-founder, BatiPhoenix
- Olivier Guillouet, Directeur de l’aménagement, Icade
14 December 2017, 13:30 – 14:15
Short food circuits
From field to plate, what are the logistics solutions for short and sustainable food systems?
All actors of the agri-food chains are confronted with many changes: increasing risks of their activity on the environment and society, impact of logistics in the city, new ways to buy and consume, emergence of new highly competitive players, technological innovations etc. How can these actors “from the field to the plate” adapt? What are the common solutions and visions they should have to accompany this world which is becoming more and more complex? What are the regulatory or technological solutions to explore to succeed this mutation? These issues and concrete 360° examples will be presented at this workshop.
- Virginie Bernois, Consulting Director, GreenFlex
- David Gau, Consulting Director, GreenFlex
- Laure Le Jossec, Co-founder, Peligourmet
- Charlotte Migne, Group Sustainable Development Director, FM Logistic Corporate SAS