Energy and transport
Sunday, 27 November 2016
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Plenary Hall

Parallel thematic discussions

Biographies (A-Z)
Transport decisions—at the national and municipal levels, but also globally—must go hand in hand with energy decisions if sustainable development is to be achieved and should include a shift towards high- efficiency and low-carbon modes of transport. Sustainable energy will, by definition, serve as a precondition for and ultimately further sustainable transport. However, in the short-term developed and developing countries alike will be looking to strike the right balance between assuring access to energy and transport for this generation and preserving the planet for the next.
Biographies (alphabetical order)
Dr. Branislava Balac
International Consultant on Urban Transport Issues
Dr. Branislava Balac

International Consultant on Urban Transport Issues

H.E. Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Salem Al-Futaisi
Minister of Transport and Communication, Oman
H.E. Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Salem Al-Futaisi

Minister of Transport and Communication, Oman

Mr. Holger Dalkmann
Co-chair, SLoCaT
Mr. Holger Dalkmann

Co-chair, SLoCaT

Mr. Jean Pierre-Loubinoux
Director General, International Union of Railways
Mr. Jean Pierre-Loubinoux

Director General, International Union of Railways

Mr. Kamel Ben Naceur
Director of the Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks Directorate, International Energy Agency
Mr. Kamel Ben Naceur

Director of the Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks Directorate, International Energy Agency

Mr. Pradeep Monga
Special Representative of the UNIDO Director General on Energy and Director of Energy Department
Mr. Pradeep Monga

Special Representative of the UNIDO Director General on Energy and Director of Energy Department