Run over five days and three time zones, The Global Energy Transition will define the future of our energy system, inspire a decade of action and prepare the sector for COP26, with diverse voices from around the word bringing passion, experience and expertise to deliver a new path forward.
Hear Tom Delay CBE, Chief Executive of the Carbon Trust on the Day One opening plenary panel on 'Leadership, Action and Delivering Zero' discussing is enough being done to drive towards a low-carbon future? What does true leadership look like within the transition? How can we move from ambition to action?
Key themes in 2021 include:
Energy and net zero
The transition will demand rapid decarbonisation, decentralisation and digitalisation of energy production, supply and consumption. How can companies navigate the most disruptive period in modern history?
Energy and society
As our energy system evolves, customers, consumers and prosumers are becoming central to the transition story. What role will geopolitics and governance play in the transition, how will it affect our societies, cities, and mobility, and how can we ensure an inclusive and just transition that leaves no one behind?
Energy and industry
The transformation of our energy system will have far reaching implications for the industrial, finance and associated business sectors. As countries continue to develop, industry represents the next frontier of decarbonisation. How can global businesses support the transition; how can the transition support global business?