The unprecedented challenges we face today present equally unprecedented opportunities to reimagine and redesign our world to be more prosperous, sustainable and resilient.
Renewable Thermal Collaborative is proud to be a Community Partner of VERGE 23, the leading climate tech event accelerating solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time. It is the center of gravity for the climate community, convening more than 5,000 leaders from business, government, solution providers and startups to address the climate crisis.
The VERGE 23 program will offer more than 300 informative and motivational sessions.
On October 25, the session title “Bringing the Heat: How Electric Technologies Will Decarbonize Industry” will focus on thermal energy storage, electric boilers, and heat pumps. These technologies can help companies reduce their Scope 1 emissions while saving on their energy bills and represent a critical industrial decarbonization pathway in the short, medium and long term. The session will highlight new reports and tools for energy buyers from the RTC and feature perspectives from technology developers working to advance innovative electrification technologies.
The panel will feature the RTC’s Project and Research Director Ruth Checknoff alongside RTC sponsor staff, including Antora Energy‘s Justin Briggs and AtmosZero‘s Ashwin Salvi, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Hannah Hauptman. Join them to learn about the future of industrial electrification and hear how you can decarbonize your thermal footprint.
Register today using the discount code V23RTC for 10% off the All-Access Pass.