Where global leaders engage in strategic dialogue about the future of energy.
Stanford Global Energy Dialogues is a virtual series where distinguished global energy thought leaders and world-renowned Stanford faculty address new challenges and unknowns that the world now faces. They will explore the role that the energy sector can play in the economic recovery process and address what a new normal could potentially be. Global Energy Dialogues are free and open to all. Registration is required. Read more
Please stay tuned for communications around the rescheduling of the May 2020 Global Energy Forum - Accelerating Innovation for Scaleable Solutions. If you have any questions, please contact our team at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding. Stay healthy and safe!
The Global Energy Forum explores the rapidly changing worldwide energy ecosystem and addresses the implications of these changes. The forum brings global industry leaders, policy experts, luminaries and innovators together for two days of deep discussion around the state of energy around the world. One of the top takeaways of the inaugural 2018 forum was the sense of urgency about the energy system to meet the crisis around carbon emissions. Our upcoming program follows on that call-to-action by focusing on key energy issues such as the electricity grid, storage, transportation, hydrogen, carbon, natural gas, finance and markets.
The Stanford Global Energy Forum offers participants an opportunity to be exposed to emerging trends in energy, gain insights about rapidly transforming sectors of the global energy ecosystem and identify the opportunities that exist at the intersections between these sectors all while fostering connections among peers who are advancing global energy policy and practice.
The exchange of ideas, the forging of new connections and the chance to dedicate time and attention to these great issues is invaluable. When it is safe to do so, we will plan to gather together again, and we hope you will join us!