Industrial Energy Efficiency Conference



05 March 2020

Stadthalle, Pollheimerstrasse 1,
4600 Wels/Austria

Conference fees:

  • 110 Euro, includes the following conferences:
  • Industrial Energy Efficiency Conference (5 March)
  • Energy Efficiency Policy Conference (5 March)
  • Site Visits "Energy Efficiency" (6 March afternoon)
  • Participation in this conference is also included in the fee of the European Energy Efficiency Conference.
  • Fee also includes an entrance ticket to the tradeshow and conference documentation. All fees plus 10 % VAT.


Conference languages:

German, English

Organisation and conference office:

OÖ Energiesparverband
Landstraße 45, 4020 Linz, Austria
Tel. +43/732/7720-14386

  Industrial energy transition: Industry 5.0 • Game changers • Energy transition leaders

Clean. Competitive. Connected.

Programme "European Energy Efficiency Conference"(pdf)


Thursday, 5 March 2020

14.00 Industry 5.0: Independent from fossil fuels

Independence from fossil energy is becoming a key factor for industrial competitiveness. Following automation and digitisation, "Industry 5.0 – decarbonisation" will characterise the next big step in the industrial transformation. We present programmes from the three leading economic world powers paving the way for the industrial energy transition.

  • Industry 5.0 – Competitiveness through the energy transition
    Dr. Gerhard Dell / Christiane Egger, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
  • Europe: climate neutrality for energy-intensive industries
    Alberto Carrillo Pineda, CDP Europe
  • China: The Climate Plants Programme
    Jing Sang, China Council for an Energy Efficiency Economy
  • Energy efficiency and more: the EP100 Initiative
    Maria del Mar Rojas, The Climate Group, UK

Game changers for the industrial energy transition

We present how R&D, artificial intelligence and global collaboration can be important game changers for the industrial energy transition.

  • Artificial intelligence: Increasing energy efficiency and productivity
    Robert Feldmann, McKinsey, Germany
  • Global collaboration: Energy efficiency throughout the world
    Marco Matteini, United Nations Industrial Development Organisation
  • R&D: NEFI - The New Energy for Industry innovation network
    Wolfgang Hribernik, Austrian Institut of Technology, Austria
  • Dacarbonisation of industrial heat and cold: L'Oréal and ICCEE
    Francisco Puente, ESCAN, Spain

Energy Efficiency in Action: Leaders in decarbonisation

Leading industrial companies show how to stay competitive in a changing world through the energy transition.

  • Tiger: Green manufacturing of coating systems
    Marielen Haider-Madl, Tiger, Austria
  • Financing energy efficiency in industry: An example from Willbee Energy
    Lukasz Feldman, Willbee Energy, Poland 
  • Towards the most efficient injection-molding company worldwide
    Hannes Jungmair, Starlim, Austria
  • Carlsberg Group: Brewing for a better world
    Adam Pawelas, Carlsberg, Switzerland

19.00 Evening programme