Three experts will give a 10min presentation about: wind, hydro and solar power generation technology. They will then answer questions for 10min
Discussing the role of gas in the transition to a low carbon energy system. 5 chairs, 4 speakers, 1 empty chair: initial speakers are picked from the audience. During the session, any member of the audience can, at any time, occupy the empty chair to join the discussion. When this happens, one of the other speakers must voluntarily leave the discussion and free a chair. At the end of the discussion, the session moderator summarises the outcomes.
Investors and corporate R&D decision-makers will discuss the next financial opportunities in energy technology innovation
A panel powered by the audience: the audience discusses the topic for 25min in small groups. One person per group then comes onstage to present the outcomes of their discussion and debate together in a 20min panel session. The chair of the session concludes and summarizes the discussion.
Looking at emerging solutions including grid-connected generation and on-site electricity storage.
A panel discussion on hydrogen generation technology and its applications followed by a Q&A session
Five 5min presentations (20 slides) followed by an analytical discussion identifying the applications, opportunities and challenges of each technology
Four 10min presentations on specific types of storage applications followed by a 10min Q&A session
One speaker per session from the whole day gather onstage and answer the audience questions. They will discuss where they think the energy storage industry is heading and what is the next steps.
Experts will discuss the opportunities and challenges of EV technologies. The audience asks questions throughout the session, influencing the direction of the debate.
Three 5min presentations without multimedia on the different existing biofuels followed by 15min of Q&A.
Three 10min presentations on solutions for replacing oil by gas as a fuel for transportation followed by a 10min debate on the opportunities and challenges of each.