is pleased to present

The Design Workshop for People Who Build Cities

CityDesign 2017 is a public-private investment roundtable convening industry, investment, health and municipal leaders to combine forces in addressing some of the most complex – and yet solvable – challenges facing worldwide urbanization.  The 2017 theme is “THE FUTURE OF CITIES, HEALTH, ENERGY & MOBILITY – Investing in The New Generation of Global Urban Infrastructure.”

The workshop seeks to catalyze vision, expertise, and investment. Designing – and communicating – our visions for the future of cities might be the world’s greatest business plan ever. Universities and educators need roadmaps for curricula, and city leaders need a common platform for intelligence and direction.

Key Topics

The Future of Cities, Health, Energy & Mobility

Investing in The New Generation of Global Urban Infrastructure

Wind turbine being under construcion surrounded by agricultural fields in Polish country side. Poland, Western Part. Lubuskie voivodship.
CLEAN ENERGY
Low + Zero Carbon Electrons
Energy Security
Energy Storage
MOBILITY
Autonomous Vehicles
EVs and Hydrogen
Shared Mobility
HEALTHY CITIES
Air Quality
Resource Optimization
Climate Active

Special Keynote Session:

Cities of the Future: Meet The Future of Energy

Leadership Examples of Cities Reinventing Cities

A New Sense of Urgency:

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MONTREUX ENERGY

Montreux Energy was founded in 1990 in Montreux, Switzerland as a private dialogue between OPEC, the International Energy Agency, oil & gas industry majors and the international banking community.

Montreux Energy has since convened over 5,000 CEO-level decision-makers in Europe, the U.S., and China.  We discuss investment, policy, and technology in a practical 5-to 10-year investment horizon.  Our continuing objective is to share strategic insights on the global transition to a clean, secure, energy world.

Montreux Energy Roundtables are exclusively reserved for industry leaders, investors, government leaders, and key stakeholders.  Participation is invitation-only and closed to the press to ensure an open dialogue.

California Clean Energy Roundtable, Half Moon Bay