May 4Jun 22, 2021

Free – USD $497

BEYOND THE PANDEMIC

The pandemic has accelerated digitalization and decentralization. We will explore how these changes will affect the post-pandemic world, with a particular focus on industry disruption, corporate renewal, investment, and policymaking.

Global Perspectives: Speakers from the US, Canada, Japan, Denmark, Estonia, Norway, Switzerland, Russia, Sweden, the UK, Israel, India, Iceland, Greece Australia, and Lithuania.

Get the Big Picture: From leaders in enterprises like Microsoft, AXA, Intel, ABB, Hyundai, and Siemens to founders of trailblazing startups like Nanom, Novum Insights, AllianceBlock, Tomorrow.io, Proseeder, and Pratexo, you will discover how industry disruption works across industries.

Lasting impact: With a VIP ticket, you will have access to all the recordings during and after the series, as well as earlier content. You will get a one-year individual membership in the Post-Industrial Forum, unlocking additional exclusive content and events (more below).

Agenda

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Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Man looking at item at a store
PANEL

Decentralization in Energy

by Dr. Jane Thomason, Àrmann Kojic, Mark LaCour, Alan Laubsch, Andrew Bright

Reliable and sufficient energy supply is essential for a modern economy. As demand for energy continues to increase, the sector is undergoing a metamorphosis. Government intervention is increasing. Producers are pursuing new local and on-site energy sources, while some grids struggle with reliable power delivery. There is also increasing interest in using distributed ledgers for trading energy, and in energy production and storage off the grid. In this session we will explore how the decentralization is impacting the energy sector, opportunities for further innovation, and obstacles to progress.

Speakers

Frode L. Odegard
CEO
Post-Lean Institute
Amar Hanspal
CEO
Bright Machines
Dr. Julie Albright
Digital Sociologist
USC
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Dr. Keith Weiner
CEO
Monetary Metals & Co.
Dr. Manish Khotari
President
SRI International
Katrine Joensen
Katrine Joensen
Consul General Silicon Valley
CEO, Innovation Centre Denmark
Kazuaki Osumi
Director General, NEDO, Silicon Valley
Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Jason Crawford
Author
The Roots of Progress
John Suh
Vice President & Founding Director
New Horizons Studio, Hyundai Motor Group
Franziska Bossart
Group Vice President
ABB Technology Ventures
Marten Kaevats
National Digital Advisor
Government of Estonia
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Peter Marcotullio
VP, Commercial R&D, SRI International

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Blaine Mathieu
CEO, Pratexo

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Shawn Fitzgerald
Research Director, Worldwide Digital Transformation Strategies
IDC

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Toby Lewis
CEO
Novum Insights

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Scott Williams
Program Director, Space
SRI International
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Chris Kunstadter
Global Head of Space
AXA XL

Mark LaCour
Editor in Chief
Oil & Gas Global Network

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Anne Boysen
CEO
After the Millennials

Dr. Alexandra Johnson
Managing Director
HEED Capital

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Jessie Lund

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Fred Thiel
Chairman
Thiel Advisors

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Ken Gatz
Founder & CEO
Proseeder Technologies

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Rob Massoudi
Founder/CEO
Nu Axiom

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Rei Gofer
CTO
ClimaCell

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Jill Nephew
CEO
Inqwire
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Tim M. Crawford
CIO Strategy Advisor
AVOA
Àrmann Kojic
CEO
Nanom
Dr. Jane Thomason
CEO
Supernova Data
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David Ross Beatty
CEO
Beatinvest Ltd
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Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business Design
University of Borås
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Dr. Hans van Ees
Professor, Corporate Governance and Institutions
University of Groningen
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Clara Durodié
AI Technology Strategist
Keynote Speaker, & Board Director
Alan Laubsch
CEO
Generation Blue
Andrew Bright
Managing Director
Woodside Capital Partners
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Bill O’Such
Principal Partner
Momenta Partners
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Dr. Amber Ghaddar
CEO
AllianceBlock
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Eythor Ivar Jonsson
VP of Research
Post-Lean Institute

Dr. Irene J. Petrick
Sr. Director of Industrial Innovation, IoT Group
Intel

Dr. Evangelos Simoudis
Managing Director
Synapse Partners

Rimas Kapeskas
Operating Partner
Cambridge Capital
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Kumardev Chatterjee
CEO, Unmanned Life

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