Tycho Möencks

Managing Director and Partner Boston Consulting Group

Tycho is a Managing Director and Partner at BCG, leading the company’s mining activities in Africa, Middle East and Europe. He has 15+ years of global experience in the mining sector, including strategic, operational and organizational topics. Tycho leads BCG’s global Commodity Market Insights team and has been deeply involved in the formulation of company and country strategies to advance the mineral sector.


Agenda Sessions

Panel – Impacts of COP27 on Mining Infrastructure and Technology

- How Mining companies must utilise renewable energy

- Mining companies reducing their need for fossil fuels for energy generation: moving to renewables

- Mining value chain, what is being done to reduce the impacts of climate change on the mining industry and the wider supply chain

- What can the can the mining supply chain learn from the outcomes of COP2

Tuesday 07 February 11:40 - 12:25 InfraTech Auditorium

InfraTech

Add to calendar 02/07/2023 11:40 02/07/2023 12:25 Panel – Impacts of COP27 on Mining Infrastructure and Technology - How Mining companies must utilise renewable energy

- Mining companies reducing their need for fossil fuels for energy generation: moving to renewables

- Mining value chain, what is being done to reduce the impacts of climate change on the mining industry and the wider supply chain

- What can the can the mining supply chain learn from the outcomes of COP2
InfraTech Auditorium Europe/London

Session 3: The new Mining/Energy complex

The mining and energy sectors are increasingly interlinked. There will be no global energy transition without mining. Mining will need to both create and be supported by new and complex energy ecosystems. From copper to battery metals, green steel to platinum group metals, mining produces the critical minerals required for great electrification and the energy transition. Mines are also some of the largest independent power producers as they both decarbonize and move off grid. But navigating towards a decarbonised post-COP27 world is fraught with complexity as miners develop and deploy new technologies, adapt to changing value chains, and seek the skills required for the journey.

Thursday 09 February 10:20 - 10:55 Main Stage

Young Leaders Programme

Add to calendar 02/09/2023 10:20 02/09/2023 10:55 Session 3: The new Mining/Energy complex The mining and energy sectors are increasingly interlinked. There will be no global energy transition without mining. Mining will need to both create and be supported by new and complex energy ecosystems. From copper to battery metals, green steel to platinum group metals, mining produces the critical minerals required for great electrification and the energy transition. Mines are also some of the largest independent power producers as they both decarbonize and move off grid. But navigating towards a decarbonised post-COP27 world is fraught with complexity as miners develop and deploy new technologies, adapt to changing value chains, and seek the skills required for the journey. Main Stage Europe/London

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