Energy Transition World Forum is a high-level forum which brings together key stakeholders that are rarely seen in the same room – industrial customers, utilities, energy and fuel suppliers, regulators and government authorities – to discuss decarbonisation pathways and debate the most viable low carbon technologies for meeting 2030 and 2050 climate targets.
Key Agenda Topics
- Decarbonising the energy value chain: Receive strategic insight on the future of energy, discuss national and corporate strategies for decarbonising the energy value chain, and financing of new projects
- Heavy transport in transition: Future fuel, energy and infrastructure requirements. Learn about the decarbonisation plans of a wide range of industries including Energy, Chemicals, Steel, Mining, Aviation, Trucking, Buses and Maritime
- Green and blue hydrogen: What can we learn from Europe’s major pilots? What are the most promising markets and business models?
- Get a balanced perspective on which technologies will be scaled up, including hydrogen, power-to-gas, Virtual Power Plants, smart grids, biofuels, smart metering, CCS, e-mobility, low carbon heating, industrial electrification and new digital solutions
The high-level speaker faculty features experts from such organisations as European Commission, Engie, Shell, BP, Stora Enso, Heidelberg Cement, SINTEF, Energinet, National Grid Ventures, BNP Paribas and plenty more.
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