Event Start:
20 Apr 2021 10:00 AM
Event End:
20 Apr 2021 11:00 AM
10.00am London
Event Summary:

Webinar | Energy Transition Policy - The Role of Public Sector

In the second episode of our Countdown to COP26 Series, we will explore the role of the public sector in the global energy transition. Our esteemed line up of speakers will include legal, financial, investor, and public sector perspectives who will delve into:
- Notable energy transition policy successes and failures and lessons learned
- Potential new policy initiatives to enable escalated energy transition
- Current road blocks
- Role of government in unlocking private finance and helping to accelerate innovation
- Best way for public and private sectors to interact with each other on energy transition

Mike Hayes, Head of Renewables, KPMG (Moderator)
Michelle T Davies, International Head of Clean Energy and Sustainability, Eversheds Sutherland
Saurabh Kumar, Executive Chairperson, EESL Group
Dr Darryl Murphy, Managing Director, Head of Infrastructure, Aviva Investors


This webinar will take place at 10.00am London | 5.00pm Singapore. Find your local time zone

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