Reuters Events has today announced the latest in their Energy Transition whitepaper series.
The whitepaper, Energy Transition Outlook Europe, draws on the first-hand executive insights shared by European energy market leaders at Reuters’ Energy Transition Europe 2021 summit, to provide the business community with critical market analysis of the latest transition trends across Europe.
The energy transition is rapid and ongoing, posing existential challenges to our energy generation, transmission, and delivery systems. Electrifying and decarbonising mobility is a critical step towards true carbon neutrality, but there remains much work to do across the energy sector.
The whitepaper provides a strategic view on the evolving transition market space, such as the role of the public sector in accelerating the transition, with exclusive insights from the Danish government, emphasising nimble sustainability strategy and the criticality of public-private partnerships.
The future of fossil fuels in Europe and the crucial role of existing infrastructure in supporting decarbonisation is also discussed, as the whitepaper explores the changing relationship between fossil projects and long-term sustainability planning.
Energy Transition Outlook Europe also turns to the burgeoning European hydrogen market and examines the pathway to widespread hydrogen adoption across the sector. Mobility is, of course, a potential early adopter for hydrogen – read to discover how hydrogen could bring stepwise change to energy supply chains.
This whitepaper has been prepared by the Reuters Events team in advance of Reuters Events: Energy Transition Europe 2022 (15-16 November, London), the latest iteration of their Energy Transition summit portfolio. Those interested in participating in the summit are invited to visit the website here.