- Shake hands with senior energy, finance and business leaders who are leading the way in the energy transition
- 62% of attendees in 2022 held a job title of ‘Head of’ and above, meaning you are amongst true decision-makers
- Form new relationships and build on existing ones through informal networking drinks receptions and lunches
- Schedule 1-to-1 meetings ahead of time using the online community platform to kickstart business activity
Energy Transition Summit
An unprecedented alignment of the climate change emergency with economic and supply chain factors and national security drivers has turbocharged the energy transition, boosting the diversification of energy supply and increasing investment into clean energy sources. However, these combined forces have also triggered a nationalistic and protectionist approach, which has deepened supply chain fragmentation and threatens to drive up the cost of the transition and ultimately slow progress. Against this complex backdrop, how can the industry find the right balance between sustainability, security and affordability?
The 10th edition of the Financial Times’ Energy Transition Summit will bring together senior leaders from the energy industry spectrum, finance and business leaders from high energy consuming industries who are tackling this energy trilemma. Expert-led and FT-moderated panel discussions, keynote interviews and debates will provide key insights and practical takeaways on how to continue the acceleration of the transition and navigate the geopolitical, technological and financial challenges that leaders are facing.
Key Themes and Discussions
What impact will the supply of critical minerals and metals have on the speed of the energy transition?
How are protectionist policies impacting the global challenge of the energy transition?
The next key challenge: Rebuilding grids and networks for a decentralised clean energy world
How will oil and gas companies having a ‘seat at the table’ at COP28 impact conversations and the wider transition?
How are investors balancing the risks and opportunities financing the energy transition in a time of tax breaks, subsidies and higher interest rates?
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"The range and quality of speakers compared to other events really stood out. The level of engagement was very focused on addressing Europe’s serious challenges."
- Partner, Orizontas
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