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Energy Transition Event Series

Latest updates and developments in the energy transition

INTRODUCTION

Learn how power grid networks need to modernize and prepare for decarbonization and renewable generation, the impact of global hydrogen policy developments on its development as a critical contributor to the future energy mix, and how to overcome the barriers hindering off-shore wind development.

If you'd like to discuss speaking at or sponsoring these events please contact simon.king@environment-analyst.com.

PREPARING THE GRID FOR ENERGY TRANSITION (NORTH AMERICA)

27 February at 11am-1pm EST / 4-6 pm GMT

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Increased demand from electrification will require grid capacity expansion, and make grid operations and planning more challenging. However, there is a risk that a bottleneck in transmission line infrastructure development will restrict progress in the North American energy transition. 

 

This event will explore how to plot the roadmap for delivering renewable energy generation and ensure that future grid planning delivers equitable and affordable outcomes.

EXPLORING INTERNATIONAL HYDROGEN DRIVERS & DEVELOPMENTS

14 March at 11am-1pm EST / 4-6 pm GMT

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This event will provide a thought provoking, collaborative and solution-focused discussion on the impact of global hydrogen policy developments and private initiatives on cross border investment into Hydrogen, and its development as a critical contributor in the future energy mix.

 

Get insights from the international hydrogen ecosystem, including policy makers in the US, UK and globally alongside key industry figures, organisations and projects.

PREPARING THE GRID FOR ENERGY TRANSITION (UK)

30 July at 3-5 pm BST / 10am-12pm EST

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Energy networks play a critical role in meeting the UK’s energy goals and key players have all set out plans and initiatives to work smarter and increase capacity. The priority now is to deliver reform and investment at pace and enable electrification of heat and transport.

 

This webinar will explore the key priorities, the initiatives underway, and the roadmap for renewable energy generation and ensure that future grid planning delivers equitable and affordable outcomes.

PREPARING FOR OFF-SHORE WIND

17 September at 11am-1pm EST / 4-6 pm BST

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Despite some successful projects, off-shore wind development has now stalled in many regions, largely due to issues with costs and funding and major project set-backs.

 

This event will discuss what needs to happen to overcome the barriers of infrastructure development, improve the supply chain, and secure funding to increase market and investor confidence.

ADVANCING CCUS DEPLOYMENT

7 November at 10am-11:30pm EST / 3-4.30 pm GMT

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With global and national policymakers identifying Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) as a critical technology in the global commitment to reach net-zero emissions, this online panel discussion will explore how 2024 is a decisive year for the CCUS industry and provide insights and solutions for the effective delivery of carbon capture and storage projects to enable decarbonisation. 

Discover how the CCUS industry is progressing and provide first-hand insights from specific projects to better understand the sector's challenges and opportunities and enable project implementation success.

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