Davos Energy Week, a global online event takes place January 19–21, 2021

December 10, 2020
Davos Energy Week, a global online event takes place January 19–21, 2021

Davos, Switzerland, 17.00 CET. CFC Big Ideas, an international communications consultancy, is running Davos Energy Week on January 19–21, 2021. This three-day online event will be anchored from Davos, Switzerland, bringing together more than 100 key energy players to share economic and business insights into the outlook for a global sustainable energy future.

Among headline speakers of the event are energy ministers from six European countries: The Right Honorable Kwasi Kwarteng, Minister of State at the Department of Business, Energy and Clean Growth, the UK; Claude Turmes, Minister for Energy and Spatial Planning, Luxembourg; Eamon Ryan, Minister for Environment, Climate and Communications, Ireland; Tinne Van der Straeten, Federal Minister of Energy, Belgium; Tina Bru, Minister of Petroleum and Energy, Norway; Leonore Gewessler, Minister of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation, and Technology, Austria.

UK’s recently announced Green Industrial Revolution, the US’s highly anticipated policy shift towards green energy, and a collective effort of major EU countries to accelerate energy transition will be the main focus of this year’s Davos Energy Week, which aims to provide a platform for top managers of energy companies, sustainability officers, activists, consultants, and international experts to share their views on a wide range of urgent energy issues and to chart a path for sustainable energy future through common solutions and joint effort.

Among speakers and panelists from market leaders are representatives of the largest global companies (Intel, Nestle, Honeywell, Novo Nordisk), energy companies (Shell, BP, ReNew Power), the world’s biggest banks (Commerzbank, JPMorgan Chase, Standard Bank Group, TD Bank Group), and the major consultancies (Deloitte, KPMG, Kearney, Capgemini, Accenture).

Davos Energy Week Online has partnered with renowned organizations in the energy sector, such as the Clean Energy Business Council, Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes, the American Council on Renewable Energy, the American Solar Energy Society, the Energy Industries Council of the UK, RenewableUK, Ceres, and WindEurope.

Davos Energy Week will also convene aspiring entrepreneurs in the energy sector and top industry representatives at the Startup Pitch Competition, in order to build meaningful connections and strengthen partnerships that can inspire change across the global energy landscape. The startup competition will be supported by Microsoft for Startups, Startupbootcamp, EDP Innovation, along with other leading startup communities such as F6 S, HexGn, Renewables in Africa, Combinando Consult, Found8, Indico Capital Partners and EnergySpin.

CFC Big Ideas, the organizer of the event, is an international communications consultancy. Established in 2002 as CFC Consulting, the company has made its name by implementing BIG IDEA international projects: international conferences, country presentations, special events, and advocacy campaigns in more than 40 countries across the globe. Some of the most successful projects were awarded the Bronze Cannes Lion in 2017 and the Gold SABRE for Public Affairs in 2015.

For additional information, contact Maria Bukhtoiarova, Project Manager at CFC Big Ideas and Organizer of Davos Energy Week, at mb@cfcbigideas.com.