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June 28 - Reuters Events has announced the next in their Energy Transition event series – Reuters Events: Energy Transition Europe 2022 (15-16 November, London).
Despite industry progress, European efforts to confront the realities of climate change have not gone far enough. Without significant, urgent, and meaningful climate action from the energy industry, European markets remain under significant threat.
Energy Transition Europe will bring together the continent’s leading energy, industrial and government executives to redefine the status-quo, deliver practical pathways to sustainable business models and accelerate towards net-zero Europe.
400+ European energy executives – decisionmakers, C-suite, and changemakers – will unite in London for two days of sustainability strategy, practical learning, face-to-face networking, and transition market analysis.
Against the backdrop of COP27, industry changemakers and boardroom leaders will navigate defining European market governance challenge and outline a roadmap to secure and sustainable supply amidst renewed geopolitical tensions. Reuters Events will deep-dive into the green grid of the future and explore the stepwise changes needed to deliver a post-transition European industrial economy.
Across five pillars of discussion – Accelerating the European Transition, EU Market Governance, Energy Security, Electrification & Digital Transformation, and Industry & Supply Chains – Energy Transition Europe will get to the heart of the key challenges that energy transition professionals are facing on a day-to-day basis and overcome the urgent need for deep decarbonisation across Europe.
“The energy transition continues to accelerate at pace in European market, but are we going far enough? How effectively are major European organisations converting climate rhetoric into action?” said Luke Brett, Project Director of Energy Transition Europe at Reuters Events. “These are critical questions in this defining challenge of our time, and I look forward to hearing the short and long-term outlook from European energy market leaders.”
Those interested in taking part in the summit can find out more information here.