Webinar - Energy Security and Decarbonization in 2023: How will Europe balance these objectives?

February 28th at 11:00 UK / 12:00 CET (Check your local time)

Louis Strydom

Director, Growth & Development, Africa & Europe

Michael Geyer

Senior Technical Advisor for utility scale power storage

Lars Stephan

Senior Manager Policy and Market Development

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderator]

Increasing pressure by all European stakeholders (e.g. The European Parliament minimum target 32% renewable energy by 2030) to drive high decarbonization and renewable energy driven electrification of the economy.

Although the energy transition is well underway, questions remain as to whether there is enough solar and wind power to achieve real renewables penetration, what technologies can cover the intermittency of PV and wind at scale, and whether affordable energy storage and green hydrogen are needed on a commercial scale.

The energy crisis and the energy transition are causing a new scramble for limited resources. We must understand how large corporate end-users are dealing with the current and upcoming energy crises, how will affordability and decarbonization objectives be dealt with, and what does this mean for a just energy transition.

Join this webinar to understand how the energy markets will change in 2023, and what this means for buyers of power, IPPs, developers, solutions providers, and financial institutions.

  • Lessons learned from the captive power market in Sub Saharan Africa, the largest off-grid power market in the world
  • How are large corporate procurers adjusting their approach – including JET?
  • How will greenwashing be perceived, and will ‘100% renewables’ based on excess wheeled PPAs still be a viable claim?
  • How close are green hydrogen, long duration energy storage and other ‘clean’ energy storage or ‘low carbon load-following’ technologies really – towards cost-competitive commercialization to replace coal, nuclear, and gas?

PRICE: FREE

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Webinar - Energy Security and Decarbonization in 2023: How will Europe balance these objectives?

February 28th at 11:00 UK / 12:00 CET (Check your local time)

Hosted by:

louis strydom

Director, Growth & Development, Africa & Europe

Michael Geyer

Senior Technical Advisor for utility scale power storage

Lars-Stephan

Senior Manager Policy and Market Development

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderator]

Increasing pressure by all European stakeholders (e.g. The European Parliament minimum target 32% renewable energy by 2030) to drive high decarbonization and renewable energy driven electrification of the economy.

Although the energy transition is well underway, questions remain as to whether there is enough solar and wind power to achieve real renewables penetration, what technologies can cover the intermittency of PV and wind at scale, and whether affordable energy storage and green hydrogen are needed on a commercial scale.

The energy crisis and the energy transition are causing a new scramble for limited resources. We must understand how large corporate end-users are dealing with the current and upcoming energy crises, how will affordability and decarbonization objectives be dealt with, and what does this mean for a just energy transition.

 

Join this webinar to understand how the energy markets will change in 2023, and what this means for buyers of power, IPPs, developers, solutions providers, and financial institutions.

  • Lessons learned from the captive power market in Sub Saharan Africa, the largest off-grid power market in the world
  • How are large corporate procurers adjusting their approach – including JET?
  • How will greenwashing be perceived, and will ‘100% renewables’ based on excess wheeled PPAs still be a viable claim?
  • How close are green hydrogen, long duration energy storage and other ‘clean’ energy storage or ‘low carbon load-following’ technologies really – towards cost-competitive commercialization to replace coal, nuclear, and gas?

PRICE: FREE