A word from the Patron of Driving Sustainability.
Driving Sustainability has succeeded in becoming a unique international forum where experts, scientists, innovators, policymakers and business leaders come together and join forces through discussions and cooperation.
Iceland is an ideal location to host such a gathering of creative visionaries, a country which has moved within the lifetime of one generation from fossil fuel, oil and coal, to 100% clean-energy-based electricity production and space heating; a country which can realistically aim to become the first in the world to use only clean energy for all land-based activities.
Driving Sustainability enables us to examine how we can move forward together. It provides an inspiration and also demonstrates what can be done.
Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson
President of Iceland
Patron of Driving Sustainability
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We are pleased to announce that Cristiano Carlutti will be speaking at DS10 Reykjavík. Cristiano is Vice President of European Sales and Operations for Tesla Motors.
We are pleased to announce that Paolo Salvatore will be speaking at DS10 Reykjavík. Paolo Salvatore is Managing Director of CIAOTECH Srl (member of PNO Group).
We are pleased to announce that Chris Bangle will be speaking at DS10 Reykjavík. Chris was the former Chief of Design for BMW.
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