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Welcome to The Hallway Track

Welcome to The Hallway Track, a new virtual gathering place for energy and sustainability leaders! Like hotel hallways during a work conference, The Hallway Track is the one place that will bring us all together again to collaborate, connect and move our projects forward.

Click on an area of the hallway in the interactive map below to learn about each session and host. Once you’ve selected a session, save your spot by submitting the registration form below.

Slide Session 2 - "Reach Your Sustainability Goals: Electrification of Thermal Loads with Renewables"
Host: Adam Shalapin @ Ball Corporation
Date: 10/28/2020 @ 2-3pm EST



For many industrial, manufacturing, and consumer goods companies, meeting thermal energy demand, while achieving absolute greenhouse gas emission reduction goals is a significant challenge. That's why transitioning thermal energy loads with fossil fuel combustion to electrification powered by renewables is an important contributor to decarbonization.

In this session hosted by Ball Corporation Global Sustainability Manager Adam Shalapin, you'll have the opportunity to discuss the electrification of thermal loads and the opportunities and challenges it presents for your operations and sustainability goals. Join the conversation to have a candid conversation about sustainable energy trends and discuss how a transition to electrification with renewable energy may help move your sustainability project forward.


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Session 2 - "Reach Your Sustainability Goals: Electrification of Thermal Loads with Renewables"

Host: Adam Shalapin @ Ball Corporation

Date: 10/28/2020 @ 2-3pm EST



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Session 1 - "Moving Your Sustainability Project Forward in Times of Rapid Change"
Host: Meghan Chapple @ The George Washington University
Date: 10/27/2020 @ 2-3pm EST



Creating company-wide support for your organization’s sustainability goals often comes with its share of challenges. But creating a sustainability strategy and getting internal buy-in for your projects during a worldwide pandemic? That’s when things can really get interesting.

In this open discussion hosted by Meghan Chapple, Director of the Office of Sustainability at The George Washington University, you’ll have the opportunity to chat with a small group of peers from across the country about how you’re pushing your sustainability projects forward during COVID-19. Join the conversation to share ideas and problem-solving resources. Have a candid conversation about climate and energy meta trends and alignment of sustainability goals with other organizations and industries. And learn how your peers are creating a company-wide culture of support for sustainability projects in times of rapid change.


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Session 1 - "Moving Your Sustainability Project Forward in Times of Rapid Change"

Host: Meghan Chapple @ The George Washington University

Date: 10/27/2020 @ 2-3pm EST



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“Moving Your Sustainability Project Forward in Times of Rapid Change”

Host: Meghan Chapple @ The George Washington University
Date: 10/27/2020 @ 2-3pm EST

Creating company-wide support for your organization’s sustainability goals often comes with its share of challenges. But creating a sustainability strategy and getting internal buy-in for your projects during a worldwide pandemic? That’s when things can really get interesting.

In this open discussion hosted by Meghan Chapple, Director of the Office of Sustainability at The George Washington University, you’ll have the opportunity to chat with a small group of peers from across the country about how you’re pushing your sustainability projects forward during COVID-19. Join the conversation to share ideas and problem-solving resources. Have a candid conversation about climate and energy meta trends and alignment of sustainability goals with other organizations and industries. And learn how your peers are creating a company-wide culture of support for sustainability projects in times of rapid change.

“Reach Your Sustainability Goals: Electrification of Thermal Loads with Renewables”

Host: Adam Shalapin @ Ball Corporation
Date: 10/28/2020 @ 2-3pm EST

For many industrial, manufacturing, and consumer goods companies, meeting thermal energy demand, while achieving absolute greenhouse gas emission reduction goals is a significant challenge. That’s why transitioning thermal energy loads with fossil fuel combustion to electrification powered by renewables is an important contributor to decarbonization.

In this session hosted by Ball Corporation Global Sustainability Manager Adam Shalapin, you’ll have the opportunity to discuss the electrification of thermal loads and the opportunities and challenges it presents for your operations and sustainability goals. Join the conversation to have a candid conversation about sustainable energy trends and discuss how a transition to electrification with renewable energy may help move your sustainability project forward.

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Fill out and submit the interest form below to let us know you’d like to attend. Don’t wait — sessions are capped at 10 participants and may fill up quickly!

Disclaimer

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