Future cities of 2020 (Marco Moretti) #CPIT1
Future cities of 2020 (Marco Moretti) #CPIT1
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More than two thirds of the European population lives in urban areas. Cities are places where both problems emerge and solutions are found. They are fertile ground for science and technology, for culture and innovation, for individual and collective creativity. The ‘Cities of tomorrow’ reflection process will provide inspiration for policymakers and practitioners involved in urban development, whether at local, regional, national or global level. The new role of an innovative multi-utility company is to build a new relationship between our technology infrastructure, smart services and wishes of the citizens of the future.


After university, **Marco Moretti joined Andersen Consulting** (now Accenture) in 1994, one of the consulting big five: 13 years of experience in the energy industry, both in process reingineering and system integration, managing different projects with the top national and international energy operators and with different energy value chains: - Sales, Trading & Risk management of electricity and gas: business model unbundling, contact centers, billing & payment systems - Power generation: real time operations and power plant maintenance - Multiservice distribution: gas network maintenance, electricity, water and heating network asset management Early 2007 he joined Energie Investimenti as IT Head (a dual fuel sales JV between Gaz De France and CAMFIN SpA) managing the startup and the integration of Italcogim Energie, the third Italian gas operator with 5 billion m3 of gas sold and more than 1 million customers achieved (2,000 customers per day). Early 2010 he was promoted CIO at GDF SUEZ (now ENGIE) South Europe, which consolidated the electricity acitivity in Italy (> 6 GW installed capacity with more than seven power, gas, and wind stations) in dual fuel sales and infrastructures (14,000 km of gas distribution network over 500 cities, gas storage and GNL projects). Since 2015, he's been Group CIO of A2A, the multiutility company quoted on the Italian stock exchange that manages multiple cities, including Milan. With an accounted turnover of €5b+, A2A is the second operator in Italy for the electricity sector with more than 10 GW installed and 2.5 million tons of waste managed, one of the key players in the public heating with 2.3 GWht sold and over 2 billion cubic meters distribuited. In 2016, Marco created A2A Smart City, the group NewCo for the design and the realization of digital smart citiy services based on innovative emerging technologies.***




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