Speakers to be announced soon
The race for: net zero
The race for net-zero is a historic opportunity for the energy industry. We stand at the doorstep of the decade of action. The foundation for new jobs and industrial growth rises from Norwegian energy resources, science and knowledge.
It is a time for pioneers within the industry, in academia, finance and politics to set bold ambitions.
And it is a time for our best problem solvers to create sustainable solutions.
To create global winners in this race, we need your energy. Because the transition must be for and about people. In times of change, maintaining trust between humans, is the key to success.
Therefor Energy:Connected 21 is connecting bold ambitions with sustainable solutions.
See you there!
David G. Victor is a professor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy at UC San Diego and is an influential scholar working on climate and energy policy. He is a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, as well as a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy, where his work focuses on the role of natural gas as a transition fuel to deep decarbonization as well as a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Victor first became known for the groundbreaking book «The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol» (2011), which explained why the Kyoto Protocol in 1997 failed. His studies on the global oil and gas industry and his work on international negotiations led him to be one of the key contributors when designing the Paris negotiations. Victor recently published his newest book «Making Climate Policy Work», co-authored with Danny Cullenward.
Join us at Energy:Connected, the conference we connect, collaborate and get inspired by world leading experts. Learn from our top level key notes, our in-depth masterclasses and our pitching-scene where innovative technologies and projects will be presented.
The program for Energy:Connected´21 will consist of the high level keynotes the Conference is known for attracting, the Energy Valley Masterclasses where projects and technologies are presented in interactive sessions between the host and the delegates, a pitching-scene where companies can apply for their spot and be hand-picked by a jury, as well as an exhibition where various projects will be presented.
Scandic Fornebu has been hand-picked as venue for Energy:Connected´21. With its 180-degree views of Oslo fjord and its high level meeting- and conference fasilities, the hotel can host up to 1.350 people and maintain the high quality profile of the Conference.
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Energy Valley is a leading technology cluster and National Center of Expertise (NCE) in energy technology. By offerering infrastructure for collaboration, knowledge transfer and new insight, we help our members adapt to, benefit from, and contribute to the energy transition.