Reuters – The Future of Renewables: Insights from Industry Leaders

While the energy sector is stepping up the development and deployment of clean technology, one imperative is clear – to meet the goal of net zero emissions by 2050 we must move even faster, with every company, country, and organization scaling up both their ambition and their execution.

To help offer a comprehensive view of the challenges facing our industry and the solutions offered by renewable energy production, Reuters Events and Black & Veatch are proud to present “The Future of Renewables,” the latest in our Energy Leaders series of conferences. In this webinar, you’ll hear from leaders in various segments of renewable energy production, including finance, development, supply, and EPC. You’ll learn about the successes and challenges of 2021, hear their plans and visions for 2022 and beyond, and get insight into some of the most urgent questions the industry is facing:

What role will tax credits and government incentives play in the industry’s ability to accelerate and achieve its decarbonization goals?
How will the supply chain, commodities, and procurement affect the deployment and upscaling of energy projects, and how does China’s market dominance drive the need to find more reliable providers?
How can colocation and hybridization of generating assets increase efficiency, now and in the near future?
How have the key announcements and takeaways from COP26 been implemented, and what do they mean for you and your organization throughout 2022?




Jan 12 2022


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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