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June 2021

How the energy sector and its customers can achieve a low carbon, sustainable future.

Identifying the most economically viable technologies and business models for meeting 2030 and 2050 climate targets.

An online forum bringing together the major stakeholders in the decarbonisation of industry, transport and the connected energy system. Part of Flame, Europe’s leading Gas and LNG conference.

2020 highlights included:

Connect with the end-to-end energy supply chain
Connect with the end-to-end energy supply chain

Join industrial customers, utilities, energy/fuel suppliers, grid operators, regulators and government representatives to share decarbonisation pilot results, opportunities for collaboration and meaningful discussions about the economic prospects of the major low carbon energy solutions.

Industrial customer perspectives on:
Industrial customer perspectives on:
  • Energy transition strategies and future requirements
  • Remaining competitive as carbon pricing and climate regulations increase
  • Commitments to green gas, wind, solar, CCUS and other technologies
The role of hydrogen in the energy transition
The role of hydrogen in the energy transition
  • Lessons learned from the major pilot projects around Europe
  • New business models and applications in the hydrogen space
  • Find out which industrial customers are looking to use hydrogen in the future and their strategies for converting to hydrogen

Emerging opportunities on energy storage, flexibility and coupling
Emerging opportunities on energy storage, flexibility and coupling
  • Developments in the scaling up of power-to-gas, green/blue hydrogen, EVs/VPPs and other technologies
  • The most promising new business models for building flexibility into the connected energy system
FLAME conference
FLAME conference

#ETWF is co-located with the Flame Virtual conference, Europe’s largest and most prestigious gas and LNG conference. For the first time in 2020, it will share networking breaks and morning plenaries with the main conference, for added networking with potential partners.

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VIP places
VIP places

We have a limited number of guest tickets available for industrial energy customers, government and regulatory representatives. Contact us now to apply for your complimentary VIP pass.

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Who should attend?

The Energy Transition Virtual Forum will provide a platform for the leading energy executives from across the industry to promote collaboration, encourage innovation and support the exchange of strategic knowledge.

The Forum is a must-attend event for anyone involved in energy transition including energy consumer companies, utilities, IPPs, grid operators, energy producers, technology and solution providers, government authorities and regulators. 

Partner with us

Share your vision for the industry and win over potential clients.

Save on travel expenditure and reach an international audience by sponsoring the Energy Transition Virtual Forum. Create greater awareness of your brand with one of our custom digital sponsorship packages. 

You’ll also benefit from a personalised post-show report with information about how attendees interacted with your offering.

Certified by the CPD Certification Service

Energy Transition Virtual Forum is a CPD certified event. Attendees will gain 8 CPD points from attending the forum.

The CPD certificate can be requested after attending the event. For further information on CPD accreditation please visit:

Peter Osbaldstone

Research Director, Power & Renewables

Wood Mackenzie

The energy transition is gathering pace and ambition. Identifying key challenges and opportunities requires insight spanning the entire energy complex – this event delivers exactly that! Good speakers and excellent content.

View Session: National policies, incentives and regulatory frameworks for the energy transition

Is Europe on course to reach its decarbonisation targets for 2030 and 2050? How effective are the policies currently in place to assist with the transition to a low carbon economy, and how might they be strengthened?

Filmed at the 2019 Energy Transition World Forum in Amsterdam, this panel discussion provides an in-depth appraisal of the policy landscape shaping decarbonisation initiatives in Europe. 

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