26/05/2021 – Energy / Event / Forum / Conference / Forum / Online / Digital / All Things Energy
Virtual forum in June expected to be the energy world’s largest meeting of minds
The largest energy event of its kind, the three-day digital ‘All Things Energy Forum’ (2–4 June 2021) will engage the entire spectrum of the energy industry, with a focus on economy and innovation within the context of a pandemic, alongside international politics, energy trade, environmental policies, and state-of-the-art technology.
Engaging the entire spectrum of the energy market – from producers to consumers, and from technology developers to service providers, as well as governmental and public authorities – All Things Energy Forum is the largest energy event of its kind, and boasts significant market influence.
Through fruitful dialogue, all parties shall examine the new financial data, the international politics and policies, the energy trade, the innovations, and the state-of-the-art technologies to have emerged within the context of the pandemic.
EU Green Deal and Covid-19’s impact in the spotlight
The EU Green Deal and Covid-19’s impacts, as well as historical changes are amongst the highly interesting topics on the agenda for discussion over the three days of the Forum. An array of highly regarded speakers have been invited to participate in such discussions, including the likes of Mrs Natasa Pilides (Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry, Cyprus), Mr Jacky Chen (President of Huawei Digital Power Technologies’ CEE and Nordic Region), Dr Constantine Botopoulos (former MEP, and former Chairman of the Hellenic Capital Market Commission) and Dr Julije Domac (President of the FEDARENE, and Special Advisor for Energy and Climate to the President of the Republic of Croatia, Belgium).
The EU and its associated laws attempt to secure that all sectors of the economy and society will contribute to the target of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and set a specific framework. However, has the Covid-19 crisis brought up a political dilemma that impacts the Green Deal? And how can the recovery both during and after the pandemic be ensured and accelerated towards achieving a climate-neutral EU by 2050? Throughout the All Things Energy Forum programme, key market players such as ENEL Green Power Europe, Encavis, LKAB, Public Power Corporation Renewables, Hellenic Petroleum, Andera Partners, Blue Elephant Energy, DEPA, Star Bulk Carriers, and Tsavliris Salvage Group will offer their vision, as well as practitioner views on such questions.
Session on advancing energy storage solutions
In addition, in one of the most interesting sessions of the event, Mr Hariram Subramanian (CTO Huawei FusionSolar Smart PV Solution, Europe), Mr Martin Georgiev (Alpiq Energy SE, Switzerland), Mr Jenson Ho (Director of Infrastructure Engineering & Data Center Operations at Pure Storage, USA) and Mr Joe MacDonald (Founder of Design Strategist, Urban A&O Inc., New York, USΑ) will present to the audience how energy storage can be further developed and expanded in order to provide the solution to seasonal fluctuations and energy outages.
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