Agenda

This year’s inaugural event will address the following key themes:
Digital European Energy Transition 2.0
European Digital Energy Transition

From the forefront of data sharing, cyber security and digitalisation challenges, private sector leaders will discuss new business models for data management and protection; cyber security regulation and applications for electricity assets; overcoming data access and GDPR issues; and the applications of blockchain technologies.

Electric Vs. Hydrogen
Electric Vs. Hydrogen

Competition or collaboration? Check into this debate to hear experts on either side discuss which energy storage option has the most potential to decarbonise the heat sector over the next 5 years and what hot opportunities are enabling hydrogen and batteries to collaborate.

Building cities for net zero

Building Cities for Net Zero

Explore the changing built environment, from digitalising our homes to transforming our infrastructure. Stay ahead of the emerging technologies that will accelerate the decarbonisation of city’s energy and mobility systems and learn how we will decarbonise the heating and cooling of our built environments.

Meeting Demands for Sustainable Mobility Systems

Meeting Demands for Sustainable Mobility

Industry experts will dive into the needs & challenges of the transport sector, looking at success stories in cities across Europe and the innovative paths for decarbonising heavy transport. Discussion will touch on the role of behavioural change in transition as well as the place of alternative liquid fuels in the mobility sector.

Who Pays for the Energy Transition?

Who Pays for the Energy Transition?

Creating new finance streams for accelerated transition. What are the opportunities and barriers to investment in developing energy infrastructure and technologies for the transition? Experts will discuss releasing new streams of private capital for low carbon energy projects; the various local, national, and international finance streams; and understanding what consumers are willing to pay for and how much.

Smart Distributed Energy Grids

Smart Distributed Energy Grids

The energy transition will require creativity in rethinking our traditional systems, including the grids we all rely on. Forward thinking includes managing grids through data analytics, engaging a new age of prosumers, and ensuring flexibility as well as connectivity.

 

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Attendees
300

Attendees

Speakers
45

Speakers

Countries
30

Countries

Sponsors and Partners
25

Sponsors and Partners