Wed, Apr 29 · 8:00

Energy Transition 2.0 Europe (ETE2.0) organised by Climate Action, is a highly focused forum taking place in London on 29 April 2020. It will convene 300 major stakeholders from power, heat, and transport to discuss the decarbonisation of Europe’s energy system. ETE2.0 strengthens industry networks, investment, and commitments, identifying innovative solutions supporting the decarbonisation of all energy systems through a whole systems approach.

High-level speakers from regional and national government, European utilities, regulators and large power consumers will lead panel discussions, rountables, fireside chats and keynote addresses on the following key topics:

-- Building Cities for Net Zero
-- Digital European Energy Transition
-- Electric Vs. Hydrogen
-- Meeting Demands for Sustainable Mobility Systems
-- Who Pays for the Energy Transition?
-- Smart Distributed Energy Grids

URLs:
Twitter https://go.evvnt.com/603536-2?pid=5731 
LinkedIn https://go.evvnt.com/603536-3?pid=5731 

Prices:
Super Early Bird - Private Sector: GBP 795.0
Early Bird - Private Sector: GBP 895.0
Standard - Private Sector: GBP 995.0
Standard - SME: GBP 795.0
Standard - Non-profit/Academia: GBP 495.0

Speakers: Adel El Gammal, Secretary-General, European Energy Research Alliance (EERA), Andreas Kuhlmann, Chief Executive, German Energy Agency, Dries Acke, Director, European Climate Foundation, Felicia Jackson, Chief Executive, SUFINDA C.I.C., Fintan Slye, Director of the System Operator, National Grid ESO, Greg Archer, UK Director, Transport and Environment, Henning Häder, Head of Energy Policy, Climate and Sustainability, Eurelectric, Oleksandra Gumeniuk, Director, European-Ukrainian Energy Agency, Olivier Feix, Head of Environmental Policy and Permitting, 50Hertz, Patrick Child, Deputy Director General in DG Research and Innovation, European Commission, Simeon Agada, Head of Clean Energy and Advanced Economies, Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), Therese Hindman Persson, Chief Economist and Head of Chief Economist Function, The Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate

Venue details: Hilton London Tower Bridge