Event Start:
10 Sep 2020 02:00 PM
Event End:
10 Sep 2020 03:00 PM
Webinar: 9am New York | 2pm London | 5pm Dubai
Event Summary:

Pathways to Decarbonisation

Decarbonisation of our energy system is a must to achieve the Paris Agreement goals. There are various pathways to lead us there, and different sectors will no doubt take different routes. Some sectors will be further electrified, whilst others will require a form of molecule in the form of hydrogen, biofuels or potentially solar fuels. The investment and infrastructure choices that need to be made will influence the pathways that these sectors will take.

Join the latest pathways debate and hear about the role of these energy carriers from the different perspectives of our expert speakers.

- Oscar Kraan, Senior Strategy Consultant, Deloitte (moderator)
- Ysanne Hills, Director, Baringa Partners
- Nicolien van der Sar, Gasunie
- Prof. Gert Jan Kramer, Professor of Sustainable Energy Supply Systems, Utrecht University

Webinar format: an interactive panel discussion lasting no longer than 60 minutes.

This episode is part of our Energy Transition series. Watch previous sessions on demand.

This webinar will take place at 2pm BST. Find your local time zone.

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