EuroCham has decided to reschedule our Breakfast Talk on "How can European Brands Meet RE100 and Other Global Climate Goals in Cambodia?" to 14 January 2021 at Hotel Cambodiana,
As consumers increasingly demand environmentally-friendly initiatives, many European companies start to implement climate change and renewable energy targets, such as RE100. These targets; however, are pushed along their supply chains, making the source of electricity for factories in countries like Cambodia under pressure. Recent approvals of large coal projects to supply Cambodia’s electricity has meant significant carbonization of the electricity grid, making it harder for these brands to meet renewable energy and carbon targets. Meanwhile, neighbouring countries are offering more attractive options to meet, such as FiT, rooftop solar support and Direct Corporate Agreements.
This breakfast talk brings together Brands in Cambodia with RE100 and similar targets to address common challenges, practicalities and opportunities to meet these global climate goals in Cambodia.
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- Venue: Hotel Cambodiana
- Date: Thursday 14 January 2021
- Time: 8:00AM – 10:00AM (Registration starts at 7:30AM)
- Member Price: $20
- Non-Member Price: $30
To remain safe during the ongoing Pandemic, EuroCham will provide hand sanitiser, and face masks to all participants. Participants will go through temperature checks and seats will be sufficiently spaced apart during the events.
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Moderator & Panelists
Mr. Peter FORD – Environmental Programme, H&M Group Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar
Peter oversees H&M Group’s environmental work with supplying factories in S.E Asia. This includes chemical and waste management, and water and energy efficiency programmes, as well as advocating for actions to meet H&M Group’s 2030 target of a carbon neutral supply chain. In Cambodia, this means taking an active role in discussion about grid de-carbonisation, promotion of rooftop solar and energy efficiency initiatives.
Ms. Karolien CASAER-DIEZ, Country Representative, GGGI
Karolien Casaer-Diez is the Country Representative for the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) in Cambodia. As such, she steers GGGI’s policy and investment advice in areas including green industry, waste and wastewater management, and sustainable mobility. She oversees the GGGI led “Switch Garment” initiative. Switch Garment is a project funded through the EU-SWITCH Asia programme and implemented jointly with the NGO Geres and the Garment Manufacturing Association of Cambodia (GMAC). The project aims to promote sustainable energy practices in the garment sector, through policy interventions, factory engagement and investment facilitation.
Mr. Matthew ARMSTRONG, Chief Representative, adidas Sourcing Limited
Mr. Matthew Armstrong is currently a chief representative at adidas Sourcing Limited.
Moderator - Dr. Susanne BODACH, Managing Director, BEE Incorporations
Dr. Susanne Bodach is an international expert on energy efficiency and green buildings with working experience in South-America, the Middle East, South-Asia and Southeast Asia.
She is an architect with a Master degree in Resources Management and holds an PhD degree in Sustainable Buildings from Technical University of Munich. She has over 15 years of working experience with research institutions, development agencies and the private sector companies. Susanne is managing director of BEE Incorporation in Cambodia. BEE Incorporations is a multi-national consultancy company headquartered in Asia that delivers sustainability solutions for green and healthy buildings worldwide. BEE delivered over 500 certified Green Building projects in 30 countries.