Charles G. Sheridan (Intel) is the co-director of Intel Labs Energy and Sustainability Lab research program focused on the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to drive and enable the shift to a more sustainable economy and society. He manages high value diverse research portfolio in collaboration with leading academic institutions and Intel strategic partner companies. He has participated in several European Commission research projects and consulted with the EU Commission on developing a code of conduct related to Data Centre energy efficiency. He currently represents Intel on the leading EU Commission sponsored working group focused on defining the benefits and target domains where ICT can play significant role in enabling resource efficiency across key societal sectors. He manages sustainable cities research cluster with leading academics and municipalities. He is the managing sponsor for the recently announced Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Connected Cities, with Imperial and University colleges London. His current research interests are in the domains of planetary scale sustainable cities and challenges of large scale electric vehicle integration. Charlie has worked with Intel for 18 years with important roles in both TMG Automation and IT Innovation before joining Intel Labs. He has published a number of white papers and journal publications and co-authored 2 books on energy efficiency strategies.