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Decarbonisation within the energy sector and how companies are accelerating the European energy transition was a central topic at Enlit Europe. Conventional and renewable generation markets are playing a significant role, however, it is hydrogen that is creating the most interest for new profiles exhibiting, along with the content on the New Energy Landscape hub.
A fast-growing area for Enlit Europe, the following companies were represented at the event.
A close-knit strategic partnership has been formed between Enlit Europe and AVERE, the European Association for Electromobility promoting electromobility and sustainable transport across Europe, showcased in the e-Mobility Zone at Enlit Europe.
- 45,000 sqm of exhibition space
- 15,000 attendees
- +700 exhibitors
- Initiate Start-ups & Young Talent
- Country Pavilions
- EU Projects Zone
- The Summit
- Decentralisation Hub
- Decarbonisation Hub
- Democratisation Hub
- Digitalisation Hub
- And lots of networking!
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The most influential industry players, both European and international, exhibited at Enlit Europe 2021.
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EU PROJECTS ZONE
Working with the European Commission, for the 4th consecutive year, Enlit Europe gave a platform to numerous EU-funded projects contributing to the digitalisation of energy.
At Enlit Europe, EU Projects representatives presented the latest innovations and developments in both technology and ground-breaking collaborations, projects driving the energy transition, their evolution, challenges and results.
Important discussions took place including: “Flexibility market mechanisms across Europe”; “The role of the business models in provision of flexibility”; “Citizens are in the center”; “Network code on cyber-security in energy” and “Interoperability and data exchange to support digitalisation”.
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The free-to-attend Hub Sessions during the live event explore innovations and technologies helping to transform the energy landscape, showcasing projects, intelligence and insights into future solutions.
The Hub Sessions offer a dynamic format and engaging Q&As, allowing attendees to network in an exclusive topic-led setting, right on the exhibition floor.
The free-to-attend Hub Sessions during the live event explore innovations and technologies helping to transform the energy landscape, showcasing projects, intelligence and insights into future solutions. The Hub Sessions offer a dynamic format and engaging Q&As, allowing attendees to network in an exclusive topic-led setting, right on the exhibition floor. The topics of the 2021 event were:
CEOs, policymakers and influencers unraveled key conundrums through panel discussions aimed at accelerating the energy transition and driving change and innovation.
Industry thought leaders took the stage and discussed relevant topics shaping the future of energy, such as “Delivering Europe's Green Deal and a Green Recovery”, “Managing Green Change”; “Europe Fit for The Digital Age”; all aspects of Digitalisation & Data and many more.
A platform for original thinkers, orators and charismatic energy communicators, who offered short bursts of inspiration, ideas and imagination.
Thought-provoking sessions presented by inspiring speakers addressed “Climate Change and Energy Transition: Actionable Angle along the Energy Value Chain”; “The EU DSO Entity - Uniting DSOs to deliver a just and fair transition”; Combatting Global Warming - Hydrogen or Electricity?”; “The Quest for Customer Happiness” and more.
The hard questions were asked and answered in the Connect Studio with one-on-one interviews and journalist-led round-table discussions.
The Connect Studio is where relevant discussions took place, such as interviews with several experts about “COP26 - What Next?”, interviews with leaders in the Gas Distribution Sector: Italgas & GRDF, panel discussion “Innovation Nation - Italy: Embracing the Digital Transformation” and the launch of the Energy Data Working Group.
Enlit Europe seeks to educate its audience, ensuring industry practitioners are equipped to adapt to the fast-changing facets of the transitioning energy sector.
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The fostering and nurturing of young talent is a central pillar of Initiate, whether a young professional at the beginning of their career in energy or a final-year student.
Our bespoke Future Energy Leaders Programme gives students who are approaching graduation and are interested in working in the industry and young professionals (under-30) genuine opportunities to learn about the industry and the energy transition.
The Initiate stage was host for the EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenge (CIC), where they introduced their challenges to the EIT InnoEnergy Master Student Teams: Woon Duurzaam, McKinsey Energy Insights, volytica diagnostics, Sylfen, Siemens Energy.
For start-ups and new ventures, we have a dedicated area where they can have one-to-one meetings, present their ideas, products and service solutions, and work and relax - with coffee on tap.