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How the resilience challenge is impacting urban planning, finance, power generation and distribution, building design and the scientific research agenda was at issue when the Danfoss EnVisioneering Symposium convened in Washington, DC.
Thought leaders and practitioners from industry, finance, science, advocacy and policy gathered for presentations and roundtable discussion to explore a problem increasingly at the center of issues from building codes to product design, from energy sourcing to overall urban design.
Some of the highlights included: Gail Sussman, managing director for public finance at Moody’s Investor Services, discussing how the financial world is assessing resilience; Washington DC’s Chief Resilience Officer, Kevin Bush, shedding light on how the resilience challenge is reshaping urban planning in one of America’s cities most forward-thinking cities; and Jason Handley, Duke Energy’s director for smart grid emerging technology and operations, talking about Duke’s research and development arm for power generation and the grid.
Learn about every speaker at this year’s event, and what they focused on, by visiting Danfoss’ website.