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16 May 2019
Hotel Okura Amsterdam,
Amsterdam

Energy Transition World Forum

Where leaders gather to identify the business models, technologies and policy instruments required to meet 2030 climate targets

A one day conference assessing the business opportunities and risks involved in the decarbonisation of industry, transport and the connected energy system. Delegates will take away lessons learnt from low carbon pilot projects and perspectives on how to scale them up.

Early-bird discount

Register by close of business on Friday 5 April to save £100 on the standard rate.

Energy Transition World Forum

What is #ETWF

A strategic summit bringing together 100+ leaders from across the connected energy system, sharing knowledge on the risks and benefits of different low-carbon technologies, business models for a decarbonised future, and an analysis of policy instruments.


Why attend
  1. Reduce your business risk by learning from key decarbonisation pilot projects
  2. Meet future partners and clients who share your focus – join our specialised discussions
  3. Get a balanced view of Europe’s energy roadmap through live debates between industry, the Energy sector, governments and other key stakeholders
Meeting the 2030 climate change target: heavy industry

Gain new insights into energy consumers’ decarbonisation priorities, including: 

  • ArcelorMittal 
  • Airbus
  • Titan Cement
  • SNCF Group
  • Suiker Unie 
  • Lumileds (Philips)
Low carbon energy pilot projects to be discussed include:
  • H2FUTURE
  • Shell's bioLNG
  • UNDP's ESCO work
  • WindNODE
  • Uniper's power-to-gas initatives

De-risk your investment decisions by taking on board their advice on scaling up technologies such as AI-powered smart grids, demand side response systems, hydrogen-based storage, green hydrogen, CCUS, energy efficiency and renewable LNG fuel.

How the transport sector is decarbonising

Hear how Energinet, Vattenfall, Nissan and Airbus have innovated in the e-mobility space and how this will affect future business models.

VIP places for senior energy leaders

This is a must-attend event for: Senior stakeholders in the energy transition, including energy consumers, utilities, IPPs, grid operators, energy producers, technology/solution providers, government and regulators.

We have a limited number of guest tickets available for industry leaders – contact us now if you work in the production, consumption and regulation of energy.

About the Gas, LNG & Clean Energy Series

Explore the full range of opportunities on offer. Find the latest news relating to our energy events, details of new launches, and links through to our blog and training offerings on the series homepage.

Article: Want more renewables on the grid? Focus on industrial DSR


Relying primarily on battery storage to deliver grid flexibility may not bring the rapid improvements needed to meet the most aggressive climate targets. 

A demand-side response policy which focuses on energy-intensive industry can significantly improve grid flexibility within a realistic timescale. 

Because it targets the largest consumers, it can also bring the largest gains. Read the full article on the KNect365 Energy Blog.

MEET. CONNECT. DO BUSINESS.

Create greater awareness of your brand and make valuable, lasting connections for your business by gaining access to 100 industry top players.

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