Event: Innovation in the Energy Transition – Fostering business competitiveness (Brussels, 20 June 2017)

With the United States of America pulling out of the Paris Agreement and the rest of the world willing to fill the void, innovation in the energy transition has never received such impetus for acceleration. On one hand, the EU, China and the international community have renewed their commitments to further foster the clean energy revolution at this year’s Mission Innovation and Clean Energy Ministerial meetings in Beijing, providing the opportunity to leverage high-level political will to drive ambitious, real-world clean energy policies and actions. On the other hand, private sector leadership is gaining traction with companies forging ahead as the new drivers of the shift towards a low-carbon future. Major innovative technological advances, new business strategies, as well as changes in social behaviour, such as new options to energy storage, can help bring down the next barriers to the successful and sustainable deployment of renewables across Europe and the globe.

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