Energy Futures: Cibersecurity and Financing Emerging Transitions, Nov 29, Madrid, Spain

  • 29 November 2017
  • Start time : 09:00 AM
  • End time : 05:00 PM
  • Event Location : Torre CEPSA, Paseode la Castellana, 25928046, Cuatro Torres Business Area, Madrid, Spain
 Energy Futures: Cibersecurity and Financing Emerging Transitions, Nov 29, Madrid, Spain
Event Description

Annual Event of the Spanish Committee of the World Energy Council

This meeting is known for its dynamic format and strong international slant and is being organized by CECME and the Spanish Energy Club (Enerclub), with the valuable support of Real Instituto Elcano (RIE) and CEPSA’s sponsorship.

Main topics: Cibersecurity in the energy sector; and financing energy transition in developing countries.

This year's edition also includes a plenary session with the Secretary-General of the World Energy Council, Christoph Frei, and two monographic sessions: the first on the World Energy Issues Monitor 2017 - Spain project , which has been consolidated as a strategic tool to analyze and compare, geographically and temporally, the key issues that define the national and international energy agenda; and the second, in which the Spanish youth who are part of " Future Energy Leaders"will present their experiences within this WEC program whose goal is to inspire participants to become the next generation of energy leaders capable of meeting the most pressing challenges in energy and sustainability.

  • Event type
    • Conference

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