The pace of the climate change discussion seems to have increased exponentially during 2021, even as the world grapples with the aftermath of the pandemic and ensuing economic crisis. Whilst it’s extremely premature to describe this year as a watershed moment, there’s a sense of urgency that’s rarely been felt before, especially within the energy sector. It’s notable that even as we experience volatile prices throughout Europe, there’s little talk of turning back to fossil fuels. If anything, the supply squeeze seems to have strengthened the desire to reduce dependency on coal and gas.
"The current 'energy crisis' has laid bare the danger of dependency on imported fossil fuels,” agrees Montel Editor-in-Chief Snjólfur Richard Sverrisson. “Why not listen to discussions on the renewable alternatives during Montel’s Green Week?”
With the support of our sponsors Axpo, Brady, Nasdaq, NODES and Nordpool Group, we’ve prepared a free program of online events looking in depth at decarbonisation efforts across the sector.
Each day features 2-3 short webinars which each tackle a key topic related to the energy transition, offering insights into current trends, new ideas and emerging markets.
You can find the full program and sign up for free on our events page.
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