Tuesday june 28 2022
9.40 - 9.55
Removing roadblocks on the route to 2030
Changing how the world travels is complicated. The transition path from ICE vehicles is far from straightforward, but the endgame is clear - delivering a carbon-neutral Europe by 2050 demands a swift, definitive reduction of vehicle carbon emissions. The EU’s Sustainable and Smart Mobility strategy seeks emission cuts of at least 50% from cars and vans by 2030, yet progress in developing charging infrastructure is slow. In this presentation, we look at the roadblocks preventing faster progress, and examine how they can be removed.
About Delphine Clement
Delphine Clement is Commercial and Industrial Building Segment Leader for Europe, Middle East, and Africa for Eaton’s Electrical sector and strategically leads the segment approach for the EMEA region. Delphine has more than 20 years of experience in the power management industry with positions held in France, China and Switzerland in supply chain, operations, sales and marketing. Delphine joined the Eaton team in 2007 and is currently responsible for leading the commercial and Industrial Building segment with an important focus on the energy transition in buildings. Prior to this, she was leading the Rail segment and Heinemann business and operation at Eaton. And prior to joining Eaton handled various roles in commodity management at APC by Schneider Electric.
She is greatly interested in the energy transition, the growth of renewables, the electrification of sectors and the fast adoption of electric vehicles which are transforming buildings into energy hubs. Delphine looks at how new technologies, such as energy storage, smart metering, microgrids and EV chargers and new business models can address the challenges and opportunities of building owners and bring flexibility to buildings and to the grid.
Delphine received her master’s in Industrial Engineering from Grenoble Institute of Technology in France.
Delphine Clement is located in Switzerland.
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