Energy transition has gained momentum in Europe in the past decade to ensure a sustainable future. The European Union has established goals for lowering carbon emissions through the use of renewable energy sources, but this transition will take time since Europe is heavily reliant on imported natural gas. However, due to the current geopolitical situation, the transition to energy independence has been accelerated. Implementation of any sustainable technology depends on the actions and the policies of the government as well as vertical integration to involve relevant stakeholders and the people. To become more independent and move towards clean energy; what are the alternatives which can meet the demand? Should we look at new energy sources or focus more on saving energy, with for example the use of AI? How will the changes affect the conventional system and economy? Eventually we have to be energy independent to prevent high energy costs and ensure energy security on the national level. Our goal is to provoke discussion on efficient solutions by giving companies, students and academics a place to connect with others who share the same goal; act and move towards a self-sufficient energy economy NOW!
The committee is still looking for a few members to complete its team on the road to 2023! Whether you are interested in sustainability, energy, or just want to organize an inspiring and professional event next to your studies, this is a good opportunity! Learn more here!
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New edition means new program: we are looking for new partnerships to make this edition a reality, and bring new topics around the sustainable energy table. At Energy Now, it is possible for you to involve a student-based audience in a case-study, have a stand at our market fair, or being part of the plenary session through a keynote. To have an impression of last years edition, take a look around at our website.
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