Sustainable Tokyo 2040 Seminar
Energy Systems for a Smarter, Cleaner, Better City presented by Gadelius
Come get a glimpse of the future in urban energy systems!
Within KTH Energy Technology’s masters course Energy Management (MJ2410), 120 students are creating sustainable energy system proposals for Tokyo in 2040. Twenty teams are competing for the opportunity to travel to Tokyo and pitch their ideas at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo.
The top five groups will present their proposals at this KTH event where the winning team will be chosen. The seminar will be of interest to anyone from business, government, or academia involved with sustainable cities and innovation.
This event is part of the 150-year anniversary of Japan-Sweden diplomatic relations and the 111 years anniversary of Gadelius.
When: Monday June 4th, 13:30
Where: KTH Main Stockholm Campus, Room E1, Lindstedtsvägen 3
13:30 / Registration
14:00 / Welcome address / Gösta Tyrefors, President, Gadelius Holding
14:05 / Project introduction / Professor Per Lundqvist, KTH
14:15 / Presentations
15:15 / Mingle with classical “fika” around model for Energy Management of Tokyo
15:45 / Award ceremony / Guest: H.E. Ambassador Jun Yamazaki, Embassy of Japan
16:00 / Ending
Planning to attend? Limited seating is available so please register in the form below! Deadline is June 1st.