The two-day workshop will investigate how the various players are adapting their business models to the new risks and opportunities posed by decarbonisation and digitalisation. It will also look at the new actors that are emerging within the electricity sector or are entering it from other industries.
Decarbonisation and digitalisation are deeply transforming the electricity sector, enabling its further decentralisation. All the segments of the supply chain, from generation to energy retail through transmission and distribution, are affected. The new technologies available and the policy choice to fight against climate change are also stimulating innovation at the traditional edges of the sector. Space behind and beyond the meter is becoming increasingly important and disruption to the classical industry organisation may soon come from there.
The workshop will enable participants from the industry, energy regulators and academics to brainstorm freely and share ideas on where and how value can be created in the electricity sector of the 21st century.
Participation by invitation only.
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