Wind Energy Trade Show 2023

Wind Energy Trade Show 2023
We are proud to announce an exciting new event for 2023 which will bring together Ireland’s growing domestic supply chain, the key players in the global wind energy industry and cutting edge research from Ireland and internationally for the country’s first Wind Energy Trade Show. Already a leader in onshore wind energy, Ireland has the project pipeline and the determination to become a force in offshore renewables as well. The 2023 Trade Show will showcase the exciting potential for new entrants into the Irish market and introduce to the world Irish companies that are not just competing here but are ready to compete internationally.

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KEY Energy

February 28-March 1, 2024 | Italy

Following the success of the first independent KEY Energy event last year, the conference returns to Italy in 2024. The conference promises to be a keystone event for the renewable and energy transition markets of Southern Europe, Africa, and the Mediterranean. Packed full of talks, debates, and workshops, last year’s event boasted over 33,000 attendees, and this year’s event is expected to be even bigger.

International E- Conference on Environmental Sciences - Sustainable, Renewable & Green Energy

October 27-28, 2023 | USA

The “International E- Conference on Environmental Sciences - Sustainable, Renewable & Green Energy” is bound to have a significant impact on the positive lines on everything - right from imparting science education to ensuring the practice of scientific research.

Solar Finance & Investment Europe Summit

January 31-February 1, 2024 | UK

The UK and mainland Europe is targeting Net Zero by 2050. Realising this target would require current annual investments in clean energy to triple each year resulting in over 1 TW of installed renewable capacity by 2030, of which, solar would represent 50%. This necessitates an unprecedented scale up of capital markets, finance innovation, European grid infrastructure, solar development platforms, equipment procurement, storage deployment and installer capacity. The solar industry is in unchartered waters – allow us to be your guide. Solar’s pivotal role in Net Zero and decarbonisation ambitions, presents a near bottomless pool of opportunity available for investors, developers and European offtakers who are savvy enough to navigate current headwinds. Returning for its 11th year, Solar Finance & Investment Europe Summit will bring together the brightest minds representing funds, banks, developers, utilities, government and industry across Europe and the UK on a programme that is solutions-focused from top to tail. The event is designed to enable leaders at the forefront of solar investment and deployment in Europe to scale, learn and land themselves industry defining partnerships. We will showcase the latest insights on European markets, solar-related technologies and winning strategies from the best in the business. Join us in discussing next steps for the industry.

Accelerating the Transition to Sustainable Infrastructure 2024

January 15, 2024 | Switzerland

Corporate leaders face mounting pressure from investors, customers and regulators to decarbonise operations, assets and infrastructure. However, progress is slow; according to the Infrastructure Transition Monitor research, commissioned by Siemens and conducted by FT Longitude, only 30% of companies globally (out of 1,400 surveyed) reported significant advances in decarbonisation or electrification of core processes, and just 37% cited improvements in the energy efficiency of their buildings and facilities. Given that buildings alone contribute nearly 40% of energy-related carbon emissions, there is a large gap to be filled on the road to net zero. Economic crises and budget constraints, as well as a lack of standardisation and alignment on priorities, are challenging efforts to bring about swift and meaningful change. Innovation and collaboration are required to accelerate electrification and to ensure that infrastructure across grids, buildings and transportation is efficient and resilient enough to meet sustainable goals. This reception and panel on Accelerating the Transition to Sustainable Infrastructure, hosted by the Financial Times, in partnership with Siemens, will bring together leaders who are working to bridge gaps in decarbonisation. The discussion will consider the technologies, cooperation and alignment needed on the path to net zero to advance efficiency gains and speed up electrification across corporate and industrial infrastructure.