P4G Copenhagen Summit 2018 was held in Copenhagen on 19-20 Oktober 2018.
State leaders, companies, NGO's etc. was gathered for this summit in Copenhagen to put focus on the climate change challenge and to facilitate partnerships that can contribute to find real solutions to this challenge in order to avoid the worst possible scenarios.
HM Queen Margrethe was hosting a dinner on the evening of the 19'th at Christiansborg where she in her speach also expressed the deep concern the climate change represents.
Ahead of the summit the latest report from IPCC had set the scene for how serious the problem is and how urgent we need to respond with real actions to reduce emissions.
4-leaf Consulting was invited to join the summit that has a clear goal to facilitate partnerships - public and private and across countries and regions. The climate challenge IS global and should be adressed as a common challenge we all face. We only have this one planet - so we need to take care of it - and everybody should contribute. This, we believe, was acomplished and the summit was concluded with an award ceremony where HRH Crown Princess Mary presented the price for the best partner solution.
There was great interest - from larger and smaller - on the CHGP for the electric go-kart with the SoundRacer kit mounted that sounded like a Ferrari V12, a Shelby V8 and a Harley Davidson.
The Harbilt electric car was the most classic car and many race enthusiasts was interested in learning of the implications of a conversion project. However - this particular subject - the conversions of classic race cars to EV - can be a quite controversial subject.
The flexible CIGS based PV solar paneler was also demonstrated including shadow sensibility.
4-leaf will be present at the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix on August 4-5.
We will show a couple of projects and you get the chance to have a chat with EV designer - Klaus Nissen.
We also have Kenneth Palmestål from Swedish SoundRacer present on the both also showing the SoundRacer products.
4-leaf joined when a brand new 3-day summit - EV Momentum, took place in parrallel with the annual CWIEME in Berlin on June 19-21.
The conference covered a broad range of topics during the 3 days. Anything from Lithium mining and the status on this key ressource - to state of the art race teknologi represented by head of electrical at the Williams F1 team, Rob Millar.
The Danish automobil/EV designer Henrik Fisker was also present talking about., in a keynote disruption session, the status on solid state batteries and the importance of this for the entire e-mobility area.
Wednesday ended with an award show where the winner of the firt ever EV Momentum award was UK based RETORQ Motors Ltd for their advanced compact electric motor. Jesper took the opportunity to congratulate them on stage!