The three-day Global Power & Energy Leaders' Summit (17-19 Sep), at GPEX 2018, will address the theme of the energy transition, providing an in-depth and thought-provoking examination of the strategies, technologies and innovations shaping our energy future.
A defining meeting for power and energy policymakers, strategists and business leaders from across the entire value chain, you'll join the debate on the long-term change in the way that energy is produced, distributed and consumed.
The Summit (17-19 September) will look at the energy transition in terms of where we are today, what steps can be undertaken in the near-term and where we will be in the 2030-2050 timeline. Regulatory, legal and market design issues will be addressed across the energy chain – from generation, through the transmission and distribution system, to the end-user.
Attended by over 200 business leaders, and with participation from 50 high-level speakers from across the power and energy sector, the Summit will provide you with insights into the most exciting developments, projects, strategies and technological innovations the industry has to offer. As a delegate, you'll benefit from an opportunity to meet with new business partners and existing clients, during three days of high-level learning and corporate networking.
Enjoy exceptional content from top industry names, who will tackle the industry's greatest challenges. As a delegate, you will:
Day 1 - Vision for the Energy Transition
Leaders from across the value chain will discuss the current state of the sector and how it will adapt to a changing global energy landscape.
Day 2 - Financing the Future of Energy
Decision-makers across the finance, investment and energy industry will debate mechanisms to fund clean energy development, and new business models of the sector.
Day 3 - The Digitalisation Era
Experts in digital technologies and energy will discuss the role of disruptive technologies in the transition to a cleaner and more efficient energy system.
Senior-level business leaders, strategists, policymakers and government officials from the global power and energy sector, including: