A significant global transition in energy production and consumption is needed. The rising demand for energy and the Paris Agreement's target of limiting global warming to 1.5°C further highlight the urgent need.
On 20 September World Energy Transition Summit brought together global energy leaders in New York from public and private sectors from North America and beyond to keep up important momentum, foster strong alliances – and take stock of the global energy transition.
The pivotal event leveraged the collective action of public and private sectors to rapidly accelerate clean energy innovation and deployment around the world.
200+ high-level in-person & digital delegates alongside the 78th UNGA and Climate Week NYC
Full day of panel sessions, keynotes & networking opportunities
Interaction with a community of 75K+ relevant stakeholders
Accelerating a faster transition to clean energy systems
With a focus on action-oriented discussions, the Summit aims to drive tangible plans and technological innovations, accelerate investments and climate policy frameworks crucial to achieving a net-zero energy transition.
World Energy Transition Summit takes a practical, solution-driven approach to accelerate the decarbonisation of energy systems globally and drive investments in clean energy. The objectives of the Summit are:
Take stock of the energy transition and foster progress towards achieving 1.5°C ahead of COP28
Explore emerging trends in clean energy innovations, policies and investments
Define roadmaps and action plans for a rapid and just energy transition in line with net-zero targets by 2030