SAVE THE DATE: The role of policy framework, standards & support tool for businesses to become climate-neutral

Do you want to know how standards, local business services and technology solutions are being used as powerful tools on businesses’ path to net-zero?

Then join CEN and CENELEC, EUROCHAMBRES & BusinessEurope at our joint hybrid event, organised in the framework of the COP26, where we will elaborate on real-life challenges for organisations and businesses dealing with decarbonisation and what they need in order to deliver this goal.


When: 6 November 15h30 – 16h30 Brussels Time (14h30 – 15h30 Glasgow time)

Where: on-site (Brussels Bloom Hotel - limited) and online



Introductory note

  • Mr Miguel Naranjo, Climate Neutral Now lead, UNFCCC

Impulse statements

  • Mr Christoph Graser, chair of CEN-CENELEC Sector Forum Energy Management/Manager Siemens Energy
  • Ms Lina Konstantinopoulou, Policy Director, Eurochambres
  • Ms Torbjørg Fossum, Vice President Global CCS Solutions, Equinor

Panel discussion

  • Ms Solange Blaszkowski, leader of Circular Economy Group, CEN and CENELEC Strategic Advisory Body on Environment/Director Phillips
  • Mr Nick Bitsios, Chair of the Energy and Climate Working Group, BusinessEurope / Head of Brussels Office, Mytilineos S.A.
  • Mr Peter Handley, Head of Unit ‘Energy Intensive Industries and Raw Materials’, European Commission DG GROW
  • Mr Julian Schorpp, Director European Energy and Climate Policy, DIHK (German chamber of commerce)
  • Moderator: Mr Ronald Boon, Chair of the CEN-CENELEC Strategic Advisory Body on Environment


Please register here




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