From Disparity to Possibility Amidst complex geopolitical tensions, volatile supply chains and the urgent need for rapid cuts in global emissions, the energy transition has reached a critical inflection point. In an era defined by uncertainty, where the gap between expectations and reality is widening, global industry must rise to imagine the unimagined and create possibilities despite disparity. We must critically evaluate the status of the energy transition, re-scrutinize success, and ask the hardest questions around the reality of, expectations for, and pathways towards net-zero. Are we on the right track? Are we setting realistic and tactical goals? Can the gaps be bridged by action and technology? Do we need a new agenda to the green future? Join 750+ executive decision-makers to re-construct the energy transition at Reuters Events: Global Energy Transition 2023 (07 – 08 June, New York). Together, we will unite energy, industrial, and government world leaders to redefine intersectoral net-zero discourse and confront the most business-critical industry challenges.
Defining Pillars for Global Energy Transition 2023
The Executive Agenda is structured around four strategic pillars, laying firm ground for forward-thinking strategy on the most business-critical net zero challenges.
The energy transition is the single greatest challenge facing our society; it must be carefully planned and systematically driven. How are national policy frameworks and global regulatory landscapes shaping the course of change? What can the industry do to build momentum and deliver the transition?
How can we turn climate commitments into concrete actions? How can we accelerate transformation without compromising reliability and energy security? Deep dive into strategy, climate technology, business development, and the delivery of your net-zero roadmap.
Readiness for a Clean
The energy transition will require fundamental, holistic changes to business models, market mechanisms and the industrial ecosystem. How can we better incentivize this process with capital and investment? What does a genuine ‘green economy’ look like and is your organization ready to capitalize when it arrives?