Energy transition is happening across Europe, driven by net-zero policy targets and innovation, but the sector still accounts for two-thirds of Europe’s emissions.
With demand still rising, we must employ a myriad of new technologies, investment opportunities, business models, and regulatory frameworks to ensure net-zero by 2050.
Energy Transition 2.0 Europe (ETE2.0) organised by Climate Action, is a highly focused forum taking place in London on 29 April 2020. It will convene 300 major stakeholders from power, heat, and transport to discuss the decarbonisation of Europe’s energy system.
ETE2.0 strengthens industry networks, investment, and commitments, identifying innovative solutions supporting the decarbonisation of all energy systems through a whole systems approach.
- Energy usage still accounts for two-thirds of Europe’s emissions. Join us and @Climate_action_ in enabling solutions for whole system decarbonisation at the Energy Transition 2.0 Europe. Download the event brochure here.
- Join 300 major stakeholders from power, heat and transport to discuss the decarbonisation of Europe’s energy systems at the Energy Transition 2.0 Europe.
- 300 regional and national governments, large energy consumers, transmission system operators, utilities and network operators will gather on 29 April in London for Energy Transition 2.0 Europe to deliver on the net-zero commitments. Register here.
- We need to take a whole systems approach to tackle the emissions from the energy sector. We’re proud to partner with @Climate_action_ to accelerate solutions for whole system decarbonisation at the Energy Transition 2.0 Europe. Join us: https://bit.ly/39rP3Q0