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Energy Transition Outlook 2019 launch: A new era for China

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Join DNV GL experts at the launch of our Energy Transition Outlook Power Supply and Use report

On Tuesday 22 October, DNV GL will be launching its Energy Transition Outlook 2019, with updated forecasts of the energy future through to 2050. 

Executive Vice President, Renewables Certification, Kim Mørk will introduce the main highlights and a panel of business leaders will debate the implications of our forecast for the power supply and use sectors.

Details
Tuesday 22 October
7.30am to 10.00am
Day 2 of the China Wind Power 
Crowne Plaza Beijing International Airport

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With new important insights on energy supply, demand and infrastructure development, and the impact of digitalisation and clean energy technologies, join us to explore how the energy transition will impact your business.

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About the Energy Transition Outlook 2019, Power Supply & Use, Forecast to 2050

This industry implication report, part of DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook series, presents implications of our energy forecast to 2050 for key stakeholders involved in electricity generation, including renewables; electricity transmission and distribution; and energy use.  

Amidst electricity use increasing rapidly and production becoming dominated by renewables, the report details important industry implications. These include:

  • Substantial opportunities for those parties involved in solar and wind generation
  • Massive expansion and reinforcement of transmission and distribution networks
  • Further need for implementation of energy efficiency technology
  • Acceleration of the electric vehicle revolution 
  • The energy transition is fast, but not fast enough to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement
The energy transition is impacting every business. We need to capitalise on the affordability of the energy transition and take extraordinary measures to create a sustainable future.

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Esther Lim
Esther Lim

Marketing Communications Advisor

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On Tuesday 22 October, DNV GL will be launching its Energy Transition Outlook 2019, with updated forecasts of the energy future through to 2050

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Where:

Beijing, China

Crowne Plaza Beijing International Airport

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On Tuesday 22 October, DNV GL will be launching its Energy Transition Outlook 2019, with updated forecasts of the energy future through to 2050. 

Executive Vice President, Renewables Certification, Kim Mørk will introduce the main highlights and a panel of business leaders will debate the implications of our forecast for the power supply and use sectors.

Details
Tuesday 22 October
7.30am to 10.00am
Day 2 of the China Wind Power 
Crowne Plaza Beijing International Airport

Join us
With new important insights on energy supply, demand and infrastructure development, and the impact of digitalisation and clean energy technologies, join us to explore how the energy transition will impact your business.

Register
Spaces are limited – please RSVP today to secure yours.

About the Energy Transition Outlook 2019, Power Supply & Use, Forecast to 2050

This industry implication report, part of DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook series, presents implications of our energy forecast to 2050 for key stakeholders involved in electricity generation, including renewables; electricity transmission and distribution; and energy use.  

Amidst electricity use increasing rapidly and production becoming dominated by renewables, the report details important industry implications. These include:

  • Substantial opportunities for those parties involved in solar and wind generation
  • Massive expansion and reinforcement of transmission and distribution networks
  • Further need for implementation of energy efficiency technology
  • Acceleration of the electric vehicle revolution 
  • The energy transition is fast, but not fast enough to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement
The energy transition is impacting every business. We need to capitalise on the affordability of the energy transition and take extraordinary measures to create a sustainable future.