Event Start:
18 Sep 2024 04:00 PM
Event End:
18 Sep 2024 06:00 PM
Location:
Frankfurt, Germany
Event Summary:

IPFA Continental Europe

Energy Transition – The Reality Check


Energy Transition is a key investment theme and politicians are aiming for a carbon free economy.

Yet the transition is rather gradual, depends on a lot of factors and may take longer than envisaged.

Hear from market participants on their perspectives on energy transition and what live projects they are currently seeing and working on – the reality check.

  

Discussion Points: 

- Grid capacity not available

- Electrical charging infrastructure not available

- Power supply not nearly where needed

- Lack of subsidies for hydrogen projects

 

Speakers: 

To be announced shortly.


Event Details

Registration: 4.00pm  

Discussion begins: 4.30pm

Networking: 6pm

 

Format: In-person briefing; presentations, panel discussion and interactive Q&A followed by a networking reception

Address: Freshfields Offices, Bockenheimer Anlage 44, 60322 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Hosts

Organisation:
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

Organisation:
Macquarie Group

Fees

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IPFA Member
Amount
0.00
Currency
Euro

Name :
Public sector
Amount
0.00
Currency
Euro

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