07 October 2020 - 09 October 2020
Virtual meeting 09:00-10:00 CEST
COVID-19 demonstrates the need to engage diverse and highly uneven societies to work together in agile ways to manage new global threats and to share the benefits of global energy developments and digital connectivity. COVID-19 recovery plans share a common human-centred emphasis and appreciation for a new context of what is affordable.
This is an opportunity to engage with the transformational power of customer-centric, collaborative innovation.
The virtual meeting will present interactive panel discussions exploring the critical drivers fueling energy transition around several key themes:
The global plenary on the first day of the World Energy Week LIVE 2020 brings together global energy leaders and experts including:
World Energy Week
World Energy Week is the World Energy Council’s largest annual gathering dedicated to global energy matters. It is a platform that connects regional realities and priorities with the global energy agenda. The event brings together the entire energy+ community to address whole energy systems’ challenges and opportunities, drive practical action and help shape the future of energy. Under the theme of ‘Connecting Energy Societies’, this year’s World Energy Week will connect stakeholders worldwide in dynamic regional and global dialogue across three days, on key themes including resilience and dealing with disruption driven by the Council’s Vision 2025 to humanise the energy transition agenda.
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Deputy Director General for Science Directorate - DDG for Science Department
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
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