Mon, 26 Jun|
Climate tech, clean batteries and carbon credits
Climate tech entrepreneurs share their innovative solutions to help with carbon removal and welcome your sharing your feedback & questions.
Time & Location
26 Jun, 18:30 – 20:30
London, 1 Principal Pl, London EC2A 2FA, UK
About the event
Could batteries be clean?
Could tokens be helping to fund carbon removal projects?
What do you know? What do you think?
Climate change entrepreneurs will present how their solutions help reduce and remove carbon emissions to scale and potentially generate revenues with carbon credits. Other KlimateNet members are more than welcome to present their projects relevant to this topic.
We recommend all new participants to register on the KlimateNet App to be able to interact directly with the speakers and other members attendees. The KlimateNet App is designed to facilitate useful and supportive connections.
Note for members who had already registered to this event: As the speaker Charles Lechoux could not be available for this event we have invited a new speaker and adapted the theme accordingly . We will organise another event with Charles Lechoux later this year. Feel free to contact Charles on the KlimateNet App if you would like to.
Dmitry Voronin, is the CEO of Happy Electron's innovative solution that can replace batteries made in Lithium that are not sustainable by developing new anode material. Lithium-ion batteries contain metals such as cobalt, nickel, and manganese, which are toxic and can contaminate water supplies and ecosystems if they leach out of landfills.
Dmitry has more than 20 years with a corporate background and experience in battery industry, telecom and technology. He is an expert in building cross-functional teams blending motivation, leadership, creative and analytical abilities to develop and implement innovative solutions that produce bottom-line results.
Mr. Voronin manages a diverse team of scientists, researchers, and engineers, ensuring that they focus on innovative technologies aligned with the company's research goals. He also establishes and maintains critical relationships with key stakeholders such as investors, suppliers, and customers.
Sandeep Krishnappa is one of the co-founders and Chief product officer of KlimateNet. Sandeep has a extensive experience as a "knowledge lead" for large corporations that combine with his expertise in tech led him to build a global network of communities that will address climate change issues. Sandeep will present KlimateNet new approach to engage professionals to prosper while supporting projects that remove carbon emissions with KlimateNet Privilege clean tokens.
Agenda and guest speakers:
6.30pm - 7pm: Welcome guests and networking with drinks and pizzas
7.00pm - 7.05pm: Anne-France Kennedy: Introduction to KlimateNet
7.05pm - 7.15pm: Dmitry Voronin, Happy Electron
7.15pm - 7.25pm: Sandeep Krishnappa, Klimate
7.20pm - 8pm: Q&A with and feedback from the participants, sharing & learning from each other
8pm - 8.30pm: Quality, tailored networking
Batteries take too long to charge. Fast-charging current state-of-the-art graphite anode batteries comes at the expense of cycle-life and safety. HE's nano-carbon (nC) anode material has been engineered to deliver ultra-fast charge performance without these limitations. nC is highly compatible with already existing battery materials processing methodologies and production equipment.
What is anode carbon? Carbon anode refers to a broad family of essentially pure carbon, whose members can be tailored to vary widely in their strength, density, conductivity, pore structure, and crystalline development - Carbon Anode | Encyclopedia MDPI