Presentations are available a year after the end of the event.
Here is some more material made available during the European Paper Week 2015:
- Publication: The Age of Fibre
New ideas for the Paper Industry: Young Researchers' Presentations
Our high-level session started with Maroš Šefčovič speaking about the Energy Union a few hours after announcing the adoption of a list of 195 key energy infrastructure projects - known as projects of common interest – which will help deliver Europe’s energy and climate objectives and form key building blocks of the EU’s Energy Union.
We had the joy of welcoming Jeremy Rifkin, Founder and president of The Foundation on Economic Trends and bestselling author of 20 books to our event. He spoke via live video link about his theory of The Zero Marginal Cost Society. You can hear him reacting to Vice-President of the European Commission Maroš Šefčovič's speech at the beginning. The moderator was Stephen Sackur from the BBC.
The next speaker was Commissiner for the Digital Economy & Society Günther Oettinger, with a video message on Industry 4.0. Watch it here.
ETS review: Strategic choices for industry's future
|Louis Redshaw, Managing Director, Redshaw Advisors Ltd||EU Emissions Trading Scheme - policy, prices and risk management|
Circular Economy info session
|Piotr Barczak, European Environmental Bureau||Case 1: How to Moblise Paper for Recycling - Impact PaperRec project|
|Dr Ulla Forsström, Principal Scientist, Fibre product manufacturing technologies, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland||Case 2: How to Respond to increasing Cost Pressure in Recycling - Reffibre Project|
|Jean-Francois Robert, Responsible for Industry relations, Ecofolio||Case 3: Project MAINSTREAM - "Design and Management for Circularity - the case of Paper|
Speciality papers info session
|Jos de Vries and Aila Vapaaoksa, AWA Aleksander Watson Associates||A Specialty Paper and the Future - A European Specialty Paper & Paperboard Market Overview in Global Context|
|Jori Ringman, Sustainability Director, CEPI||Specialty Paper and the Future|
|Bernard Lombard, Industrial Policy Director, CEPI||A New Initiative on Speciality Paper Statistics|
The Two Team Project - The Winner's First Successes
|Bernard de Galembert, Innovation and Bioeconomy Director, CEPI||Reducing the emissions while creating more added value - the importance of breakthroug technologies|
|Philippe Mengal, Executive Director of the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking||Contribution of the BBI JU to the realisation of a competitive and sustainable bioeconomy in Europe|
|Heiner Grussenmeyer, Stora Enso + Industrial coordinator ISPT DES cluster and Provides project||The industrial benefits from Deep Eutectic Solvents|
|Annita Westenbroek, ISPT, Technical coordinator, Provides||How to join and benefit from the Provides project|
|Laura Kollau, Dannie van Osch & Panos Kourios, PhD Students, TU Eindhoven|
papiNet enabling Industry 4.0 for the Forest and Paper Industry
|papiNet enabling Industry 4.0 for the Forest and Paper Industry|
The two team project is underway: A successful delivery on the two objectives of the CEPI 2050 roadmap is only possible when breakthrough technologies are available by 2030. What is the breakthrough idea that “de-energizes” pulp and paper production, reducing CO2 emissions with 80% and increasing value by 50% by 2050?