This will be our fourth ETIDEX. The event is a forum for the free exchange of ideas and insight, aimed at solving the problems and grasping the opportunities presented by the energy transition. The event will focus on key areas such as offshore wind and CCUS with high-profile speakers, panel discussions and workshops across the day.
|When||Wednesday, 29th November, 2023|
|Where||P&J Live, Aberdeen|
Session 1 – Offshore Wind
Offshore wind is an annual feature on the ETIDEX programme. This year we will look at developments over the past 12 months, such as the INTOG licensing awards, with some reflection on progress since ScotWind and a look ahead to what the future holds for Scotland and the UK. The session will touch on key topics of debate such as supply chain, skills transfer and infrastructure support.
Session 2 – The Energy Transition Forum
This keynote session will tackle a number of key questions: Is the energy transition moving fast enough to expedite the shift to net zero? In the context of the global race to net zero, and as world leaders meet in the UAE for COP28, can the UK still claim to be leading the way? Is enough being done from a policy perspective? Capital is flowing into renewable energy, but where can finance be directed more effectively to be a catalyst for rapid change? This latter theme will be teased out further in a special workshop at the conference with a focus on 'Financing the energy transition.'
Minister of State for Energy Security and Net Zero
CIO, The Scottish National Investment Bank
Chief Executive Officer, ECITB
Chief Executive, Energy Transition Zone Ltd
Founding Director, Cerulean Winds
Project Director, Floating Offshore Wind, Flotation Energy PLC
Offshore Wind Development Manager, Crown Estate Scotland
Vice-President, Decarbonisation Solutions, Wood
UK Business Development Manager, Clean Energy, Draeger
Director for Energy Transition, Professor in Geoscience and Energy Transition, Aberdeen University
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