The future
of energy

Fostering consensus-driven foundations for change

We are witnessing seismic change across the energy industry.

As the world pivots to low-carbon energy, complex and vast challenges face the energy value chain.  

To overcome these challenges, we must reset the energy system. There is a need for clearly defined strategies, greater collaboration and accelerated innovation.  

The Citizens Energy Congress will bring together a broad spectrum of energy industry professionals, policy makers, investors, and civil society. Together, these groups will challenge the concepts and constraints of the existing energy models and foster consensus-driven foundations for a low carbon energy system.

Why attend?

This year’s Citizens Energy Congress will enable a broad spectrum of energy industry professionals, policy makers, investors and civil society to challenge the concepts and constraints of the existing energy models and to foster consensus-driven foundations for a low-carbon energy system.


By participating, you will engage with key energy stakeholders, discover diverse opinions and participate in vigorous debate to help inform future strategic direction.

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Engage with a diverse audience

Engage with industry, government, civil society and investment leaders from the diverse and evolving energy value chain.

Gain valuable insights

Gain insight on genuine debate around the most challenging energy issues.

Develop new opportunities

Define future strategies, build partnerships and discover new technologies.

Who will attend?

The event will provide a uniquely balanced debate between a broad audience of stakeholders from across the energy value chain.

Participants will be invited from across all parts of the future energy value chain, providing diverse opinions and vigorous debate to help inform future strategic direction.

Six key influencer groups will be invited.

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Energy producers

IECs, IOCs, NOCs and Renewable Producers currently leading the energy transition, prioritising decarbonisation and developing cleaner portfolios.

Civil society

NGOs, Academia and Foundations representing the
interest of society as a whole.

Investors

Institutional, Impact, Venture Capital, Pension Fund and Sovereign Wealth Funds looking to demonstrate their position as active contributors to change in the energy paradigm.

End-users

Industry, Utilities, Transport and Manufacturing consumers acting on shareholder and investor pressures to deliver sustainable, lower-carbon energy consumption and end-use.

Policy makers

Regional, National and Supra-National Governments
involved in delivering the energy transition, improving accountability, and enforcing climate and emissions laws.

Technology & services

Consultants, Technology Companies, Contractors and Service Providers responsible for the delivery of the new energy ecosystem, driving down emissions and improving efficiencies.

Focusing on the 3 enablers of the energy transition

1

Strategy

New ideas, strategies and business models are required to meet the challenge facing the energy industry.

2

Collaboration

The future energy system will be created by greater engagement across the value chain and forging new partnerships has never been more important.

3

Innovation

The creation of new technologies, business models and ideas are happening at an unprecedented pace and the entire value chain must both understand and embrace the change.

What makes the Citizens Energy Congress unique?

Delivering a broad, balanced participation

Industry, government, finance and civil society leaders will be invited from across all parts of the future energy value chain, providing diverse opinions and vigorous debate to help inform future strategic direction.

Addressing the difficult questions

The agenda recognises the multifaceted nature of the energy system and acknowledges the broad array of social, political, cultural, environmental and technical forces that constrain and shape the ecosystem’s evolution.

Engaging civil society

At the heart of the discussion will be civil society leaders who will be able to challenge the conceptions and constraints of the current energy paradigm, and foster consensus-driven foundations for change.

Agenda

The agenda will address the difficult questions facing the energy industry as it strives to balance energy access and climate change commitments. The broad audience will facilitate a balanced debate between all stakeholders from producers, end users, technology and service providers to investors, policy makers and civil society.

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