Chatham House Energy Transitions 201628 November 2016
This is a Chatham House organised event
Technology, data and investment – structural changes in today’s energy sector
2-day conference | The Royal Society
Successful energy transitions continue to be inhibited by ongoing market volatilities as well as the ‘energy trilemma’ created by the competing needs of securing energy supplies, meeting rising demand and curbing emissions. How can the latest technologies be harnessed to improve forecasts and more accurately target investment?
The Chatham House Energy Transitions conference will bring together business leaders and policy-makers to evaluate the frameworks required to take advantage of these technological developments and create coherent strategies for effective energy transitions.
Key points to be discussed include:
- The status of energy transitions globally
- The role of big data and disruptive technologies
- The role of regulation and innovation in transition finance
- Demand-side efficiencies, distribution networks and decentralization
- The viability of long–term energy investment – hydrocarbons and renewables
Register by Friday 30 September 2016 to benefit from the early booking rate
For help with your registration contact Alex Cook on +44 (0) 20 7957 5727.
For more information, please see the event website.