Reset Connect London
Tuesday, 27 June; 13:15 – 13:45 BST
ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock
During this session, discussions will cover how early stage teams are using insurtech business models to: mitigate risk, transferring it to the £2trn insurance market; pinpoint the systemic risk problems; unlock finance; and mobilize teams for venture investment.
Other speakers will include:
- Stephen Brittain, Director and Co-Founder – Insurtech Gateway
- Natalia Dorfman, CEO and co-founder – Kita
- Femke Bartels, Founder – Collective Agency
Gold Standard Conference 2023
Tuesday, 27 June; 11:15 – 12:15 BST
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London
CPI Associate Director Ben Broché will speak on the panel session: New opportunities for accessing investment using innovative finance for impact approaches.
Climate Investment Summit
Wednesday, 28 June; 11:00-12:00 BST
London Stock Exchange
The world’s progress toward cleaner energy has been accelerating. Over the past decade, production of renewable energy has more than doubled globally, and its share of total primary energy consumption has grown from 9% in 2011 to 13% in 2021. Yet despite growth in renewable energy, the use of fossil fuels is also expanding to meet growing demand for energy.
CPI Director Dharshan Wignarajah will moderate the panel, “Investing in Energy Infrastructure: Achieving the Clean Energy Transition at Affordable Costs.”
This session will examine the gaps, risks, rewards, and strategies from venture phase to growth and deployment on recommendations for future pathways across innovation and investment in clean energy investments.
Panelists will include:
- Jenn-Hui Tan, Global Head of Stewardship and Sustainable Investing, Fidelity International
- Pavina Adunratanasee, Smart Solutions Manager – Decarbonisation Head, Iberdrola
- Anita George, Member of Advisory Council f or Finance, International Solar Alliance
The Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance will participate in the Innovate4Cities Marketplace during the Climate Innovation Forum.
Building on priorities identified via key city and climate change science agendas, Innovate4Cities Marketplace is a shared space to connect and match cities, local governments, funders, academia, and others – across the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond – to tackle the policy, research, and innovation gaps most critical to urban action. By gathering needs, knowledge and solutions, the Marketplace catalyses partnerships to implement need-based city climate actions and solutions that deliver a net-zero, climate-resilient and safe future.