Categories: JET

by Gabriel Klaasen

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Categories: JET

by Gabriel Klaasen

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Wednesday 25 May 2022 | Registration
Time: 14:00 – 15:30 Central European Time | Convert to your time zone

The Energy Transition Needs Leaders

While there are several drivers in the transition to a renewables-based energy system, the solutions to address current issues rely on collaborations and dialogue. Building a low-carbon future is not the responsibility of a single nation, a single company, or a single technology. It is work that is done together to build a sustainable future. But can energy transition happen without leaders?

To turn net-zero ambitions into reality, leadership and leaders are needed to accelerate the energy transition while addressing the different realities and challenges.
•    How to identify powerful leaders in the energy transition?
•    What values are essential in driving societal transformations
•    What are the drivers that shape how decisions are made today? How can we influence them?

During this #RENdezvousGlobal session we will look at these questions and use the power of collective intelligence to address them in group discussions.

Come prepared to engage and network! 

 

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About REN21's RENdez-vous Events
REN21 hosts #RENdezvous events to inspire and to offer opportunities to learn and share across sectors. While each event is unique, one thing remains consistent: at every RENdezvous, there is time to meet and network with people from the greater renewables community, inclusive of many different sectors. Learn more about REN21 events on our website.
 

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