Event Start:
06 Sep 2022 01:30 PM
Event End:
06 Sep 2022 05:00 PM
The Hague, The Netherlands
Event Summary:

IPFA Continental Europe

Blockchain Energy & Infra Mobility: New Business Opportunities


This event was originally scheduled on 24th May 2022.

Interest has increased tremendously over the past few years: (venture) capital investment and the number of blockchain-related patent applications are rising and more and more businesses are moving from testing minimal viable products to considering larger scale live deployments or investing heavily in order to develop their own proprietary blockchain software.

During this event we will touch upon the impact of blockchain and the developments that are currently taking place which will impact energy and Infra/mobility Projects as we know it. Speakers and panellists with a wide range of experiences are gathered to tell you about the state of play of developments and potential application of blockchain.



Blockchain: Introduction & Legal

- Marjolein Geus, Wilfred Steenbruggen and Berend van der Eijk, Bird & Bird

- Peter Verkoulen, Dutch Blockchain Coalition

Blockchain + Energy

- Arno Laeven – WBNoDE

- Loes Knotter - Dutch Platform Renewable Fuels

- Ivo Luijendijk – Atos

- Berend van der Eijk – Bird & Bird

Blockchain + Infra/mobility

- Harmen van der Kooij - Dutch Blockchain Coalition

- Carlien Roodink – Municipality of The Hague

- Ivo Luijendijk - Atos

- Wilfred Steenbruggen – Bird & Bird


Event Details: 

Registration: 1.30pm Future Leaders Network Get Together. 

                    2pm All other attendees.

Format: In-person briefing; Presentations with interactive panel discussions followed by a networking reception.

Address: New Babylon Conference Center, Anna van Buerenplein 41a, The Hague



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