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Live Webinar – Crisis, contingencies, and climate change | Global Energy Trends 2022-23 

DATE 7 February 2023
TIME 12.00pm GMT

DATE 7 February 2023
TIME 12.00pm GMT

We’re in the midst of an energy transition that continues to evolve. It is clear that the current energy crisis is impacting us all and is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. This leaves energy sector participants facing a host of overlapping challenges.

Last year, world leaders gathered at COP26 to set targets for decarbonising the global economy and the table was set for the energy transition. Since then, the energy landscape has changed dramatically. Today, the world is in the midst of a truly global energy crisis, with impacts that will be felt for years to come.

The shift toward a net-zero continues to emerge, with a bold target of a 78% reduction in economy-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 2035, now enshrined in law, and the government putting the green industrial revolution at the heart of its plans for a stronger post-COVID economy.

But the high and volatile energy prices seen across the globe have meant more attention has been given to security and affordability of energy supplies. While this implies a detour on the path to net zero, the emphasis being placed on the security of energy supplies confirms an under-appreciated benefit of the energy transition—that greater energy security and independence can result from a reduced reliance on imported fossil fuels.

In this webinar, we examine the key trends that commentators – including GridBeyond’s experts – agree will be at the forefront of discussions about developments in the energy sector in 2023 and beyond.

What: Webinar | Crisis, contingencies, and climate change | Global Energy Trends 2022-23 

When: DATE 7 February 2023 | TIME 12.00pm GMT

Your host: Michael Phelan, MBA, GridBeyond CEO & Co-Founder

Michael has over 22 years management experience in sales, marketing and product development in electronic and software companies targeting the energy sector.

Prior to joining GridBeyond, Michael held positions at Philips, Microsol, PCAS and Duolog in automation and electronics. He was responsible for developing European, Asian and American markets and OEMs such as Invensys, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, and Alstom. In addition, he has facilitated several successful exits. Michael is a graduate of University College Dublin where he obtained an MBA in Business Administration, Management and Operations.

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