Davos Energy Week transforms into Future Energy Week – online event platform

May 26, 2021
Davos Energy Week transforms into Future Energy Week – online event platform Davos Energy Week, a global online conference on energy transition that took place in Davos on January 19-21, announces that is is transforming into an event platform called Future Energy Week. FEW will host conversations on the most urgent challenges in the global energy transition, with the aim of becoming the permanent global gateway for energy transition business opportunities.

In the coming months, the FEW platform will host several virtual events dedicated to various aspects of the energy transition. In January 2022, Future Energy Week plans to return to Davos in either online or hybrid format, depending on the pandemic situation.

The first four virtual events of Future Energy Week will focus on the four key topics:

Future Energy Week will be bringing together decision-makers, innovators, consultants, and public sector officials, keeping the legacy of Davos Energy Week 2021, the only virtual event streamed live this winter from Davos, Switzerland.

Davos Energy Week gathered over 5,400 registered participants and more than 60 speakers, including seven Energy Ministers, and senior leadership from global corporations, banks, energy companies, and consultancies. DEW events included three days of panel discussions, keynotes, an Online Expo, and a Startup Pitch Competition supported by 12 Startup Pitch media partners, as well as 11 global NGOs and industry associations as organizational partners.

For additional information, contact Andrii Bilovusiak, Organizer at Future Energy Week, at ab@futureenergyweek.com