Reuters Events continues its flagship Energy Transition event portfolio following the recent success of their Global Energy Transition 2022 event in New York City.
As the EU launches its REPowerEU Plan to address the dual challenge of reducing dependency on Russian fossil fuels and taking meaningful climate action, the evolving European transition market space has taken on a new kind of urgency. Reuters Events: Energy Transition Europe 2022 (November 15-16, London) is where European energy executives will convene to tackle these challenges head-on and chart pathways to delivering a sustainable energy ecosystem across Europe.
From electrification, hydrogen, and CCS, to EVs, digitalization, and clean technology, the European energy market is a hotbed of transition innovation. Rising geopolitical tensions have crystallized the urgent need for energy independence. Accelerating and implementing the European energy transition, at pace, is critical to providing a sustainable, secure, and low-carbon energy supply—and progress is well underway.
50+ CXO, Ministerial and European Commission speakers will take the stage to share the strategic insights and lessons learned that are propelling Europe’s leading energy players through the energy transition. The community must strategize pathways to generating secure, clean, and affordable power across Europe: unpacking boardroom leadership strategies, questions around transition finance, deep-diving into the importance of market governance and business model innovation, identifying key innovations in technology, and outlining roadmaps to delivering a decarbonized, electrified European grid.
Solar power, as a bedrock renewable and evolving market space, will undoubtedly feature as a critical technology in unlocking European transition potential.
Luke Brett, Project Director on the Reuters Events Energy Transition team, emphasized the importance of face-to-face meetings such as this: “Delivering such an incredible summit in New York reminded us how valuable moments like this can be for organizations at the heart of climate action.”
With an ever-expanding speaking roster, below is a snapshot of those confirmed to be taking the stage:
- Josu Jon Imaz, Chief Executive Officer, Repsol
- Simone Rossi, Chief Executive Officer, EDF
- Will Gardiner, Chief Executive Officer, Drax
- Ana Paula Marques, Chief Executive Officer, EDP Spain
- Greg Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, Octopus Energy
- Christina Verchere, Chief Executive Officer, Petrom
- Philippe Ducom, President of Europe, ExxonMobil
- As Tempelman, Chief Executive Officer, Eneco
More exciting speakers are due to be announced in the coming weeks.
The Reuters team encourages those seeking to learn more to download the official brochure, which contains all the latest updates on the agenda, speakers, and opportunities for collaboration.
The energy transition is sector-agnostic and will reinvent the way that business of all kinds is done across Europe. Don’t miss this important opportunity to capitalize on your role to play—and turn ambition into action.
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