In support of the mission, Future Bridge focuses on sustainability-oriented innovation, lowering emissions without compromising efficiency, aid with energy transition initiatives, embrace the digital era and develop a green value chain. Future Bridge not only concentrates on technology driven topics and sustainability, but also facilitates increased efficiency in all the processes of conventional industry and practice. We work with all key industries which fuel the global economy such as Energy, Manufacturing, Automotive, Airspace and Maritime, Financial Services, Pharma, Food and Agriculture, and others. We contribute and encourage industry transition by bringing Humanity, Ingenuity, and Simplicity. Furthermore, we are fueled by young minds committed to the growth of the industries’ equity and opportunity.
The event will feature a series of keynote presentations and panel discussions with prominent industry leaders covering new regulations, workable compliance strategies, supply chain liabilities, and governance implications, among others. As greenwashing cases continue to rise, the summit offers a unique opportunity for legal professionals across multiple sectors to exchange ideas and experiences by reviewing related case studies and best practices.
The 3rd Power Price Forecasting Summit is a hybrid event that will be physically held in Milan, Italy. The Conference aims to bring together the senior decision-makers from the analytic departments of power generation and energy trading companies, energy utilities, and electricity TSO/DSO for a 2-day business networking event. During the event, attendees will be able to participate in a program that presents case studies and panel discussions on topics related to the electricity industry, including day-ahead and intraday forecasting, price modeling, and long-term price analysis. These discussions will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in meaningful exchanges and delve into the challenges faced by the industry.
Our conference is a hybrid event that will take place physically and virtually, designed to bring together professionals for a two-day business networking event. We will focus on various aspects of sustainability, including the roadmap to Carbon Zero, operationalizing sustainability, and tackling the Scope 3 GHG challenge. We will also cover technical topics such as Energy transition, Carbon neutral facility, HVAC optimization, Cleanroom design and structure, Renewable energy integration, Carbon data management, Continuous site improvement, Water and Waste management, and many more.
The conference will cover all relevant technologies with the goal of supporting the industry in creating a roadmap for the next steps in electromobility.
It will also provide opportunities to learn and discuss new developments in battery technology, thermal management solutions, alternative fuels, and recent advancements in hydrogen and renewable fuel-powered machinery.
This two-day event will provide valuable insights into the latest trends and innovations in sustainable mining, green steel practices as well as strategies for reducing emissions and transitioning to renewable energy sources.
This forum will shed a light on the challenges and opportunities mining 4.0 presents, automation, decarbonisation, robotics, remote operations, and machine intelligence. Be where real opportunity exists, benefit from good practices sharing and quality networking.
This conference aims to promote transparency and accountability in the extractives sector by providing a forum for discussing key ESG issues such as climate change, biodiversity, and human rights. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from industry leaders and experts on the latest trends and developments in ESG reporting, as well as to learn about the various initiatives and guidelines that are available for ESG reporting in the extractives sector.
The conference aims to assist the Metals & Mining Industry by scaling up sustainable and efficient mining operations, creating a roadmap for greening mines, decarbonizing existing operations and enabling future growth with green energy, using a targeted approach to mines with the highest emissions, decarbonizing mine fleets and overcoming infrastructural challenges associated with adopting these practices at scale.
Marine pollution is an alarming global issue that poses significant threats to our oceans and marine ecosystems. With over 80% of marine pollution originating from land-based sources, it is crucial that we harness the power of cutting-edge and innovative technologies to fight against this ongoing problem. In this blog post, we will explore some newest technologies that offer promising solutions for waste management, ballast water treatment, and air pollution control, potentially paving the way for a cleaner and healthier marine environment.
As the global focus on environmental sustainability intensifies, the maritime industry finds itself at a crossroads. Responsible for a significant portion of the world's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, marine vessels must adopt innovative measures to reduce their carbon footprint. By implementing energy-efficient technologies, exploring fuel alternatives, and optimizing operational practices, the industry can set sail toward a greener future. In this blog post, we will explore some of the best practices for reducing GHG emissions from marine vessels.
As businesses look to grow and succeed in today's economy, it's easy to focus solely on profits and financial performance. However, an increasingly important factor for businesses to consider is sustainability. In this blog post, we will explore why sustainability is more important than you might think and why businesses should take it seriously.
Conferences are an excellent opportunity for businesses to showcase their products and services, network with potential clients and partners, and build brand awareness. With hundreds or even thousands of attendees, it is essential to stand out and make a lasting impression. Here are some of the top tips for showcasing your business's product at a conference.
The EU's new green tariffs, also known as border carbon adjustments, are intended to level the playing field for European companies by imposing tariffs on imported goods from countries that do not have equivalent carbon pricing or climate regulations. The tariffs would apply to a wide range of products, including steel, aluminum, cement, and chemicals. Companies that produce these goods in countries without equivalent climate regulations would likely face higher costs, which could be passed on to consumers in the form of higher prices.
Attending business conferences can help you expand your knowledge and skills. Conferences can be a great way to learn about various aspects of your line of work and can give you insight into new topics. If you're thinking about attending an event but aren't sure if it's worth it, here are 8 reasons why attending business conferences is a great idea.
The 2022 Future Bridge hybrid conference was held in Berlin. Over the course of two days, attendees viewed presentations and case studies from industry experts, while enjoying numerous networking activities. The conference was dedicated to the vital need for efficiency in the energy-intensive pharmaceutical industry. Life sciences are 55% more emission-intensive than the automotive industry, and as the world decarbonizes, it is crucial to limit energy expenditure. Pharmaceutical companies need to certify that their facilities are energy efficient to comply with future regulations while still providing the world with life-saving medication.
With 1.2 billion inhabitants and 30 million square kilometers, Africa is often forgotten during the debates about renewable energy. The continent is actually rich in oil, gas, and other valuable fossil fuels. It is also one of the most mineral-rich areas in the world. But inefficiency and poor management have led to an underdeveloped energy industry. Indeed, Africans struggle with electricity supplies in general. So what are the opportunities and possibilities of oil and gas in Africa?
Many European governments reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic by instituting lockdowns. Regional specifics varied, but residents and citizens were generally ordered to stay and work from home, when possible. Worldwide, nearly 4.2 billion were under some form of lockdown. Simulatainusly, the pandemic came with a degree of uncertainty that translated into an economic slowdown. As consumers spent less, companies' energy demands fell. So what can businesses learn from COVID-19’s impact on electricity markets and what should they do in the future?
The food industry needs to understand how to limit its energy consumption and by extension its CO2 emissions. Food production may use up to 30% of global energy and is increasingly under pressure from GHG emission regulations. Companies should make a holistic assessment of where new technology can be implemented. Industry peers are a valuable source of information, as learning from the experiences and mistakes of others is cheaper. Pitfalls to be avoided, case studies, and best practices should all be analyzed to make an informed energy management plan.
“I did enjoy the Product Substance Regulatory Compliance Virtual Conference.
E-gift card was a very ingenious way to get your conference attendees to think like we were socializing at an in-person event.”
“It was really good to see that, even online, the organizers were able to facilitate the interaction between the participants, so I almost felt like we are there, we are all together there…”
“The conference was very well organized. The hybrid event worked nicely, even though it is a challenge to organise a hybrid event in this kind of situation. The presentations and materials at the conference were of good quality, and they attracted quite a lot of discussion and questions. The sponsors also had interesting and fruitful information and service possibilities. I recommend taking part in Future-Bridge’s upcoming events, which are suitable for the participants.”