Thank You to All Participants, Speakers, Sponsors & Supporters of the Sustainable Energy Europe Summit
The Sustainable Energy Europe Summit took place virtually on 28 – 30 September 2021. The Summit gathered European energy leaders from across the value chain for 3 fantastic days of energy transition insight sharing, partnership building & celebrating achievements in the sustainable energy market.
Key Energy Speakers Driving Forward Sustainable Change
Explore the Programme for the 2nd Sustainable Energy Europe Summit
The Sustainable Energy Europe Summit will set the stage for the next year in the European energy scene by bringing together diverse actors from around the continent to deliver progress on the decarbonisation journey benefitting European companies leading the innovation.
With an attendance of policy leaders, private sector, researchers and ministers of climate, environment and energy, the event aims to deliver the latest project and policy updates from the region, launch a set of new partnerships and mobilise new financing and investments.
Explore the Summit Programme with an outstanding speaker lineup, networking sessions and 9 content-rich panels covering the most timely and topical issues in the Region’s energy industry, including investment opportunities in the sustainable energy value chain, Energy Buyers Forum and ports as the sustainable energy hubs.
With Thanks to Our Partners & Supporters
Insights from Our Lead Sponsor - Smartenergy
In preparations for the event, we’ve met with João Cunha, the COO & Deputy CEO at Smartenergy who shared his ideas on the barriers in achieving net zero target, the lessons learned from the history of the industry, unobvious aspects of renewable funding and his hopes for the future in the energy sector.
Insights from our Gold Sponsor - Sillion
We asked Tom Rayner, CEO at Sillion, some of our key questions about sustainable investing: How deep is the trend of ESG integrated into every asset class, and what are the priorities around ESG for investors? How should sustainable energy companies in Europe be approaching ESG?