Please join us for the Erasmus Energy Forum 2017, hosted by the Erasmus Centre for Future Energy Business, and save the dates in your calendar:
If the consensus from the 2016 event learned that policies and standards are needed to help innovation grow, then in 2017 we’ll be debating challenges and opportunities open to energy industry players at this stage in the transition to sustainable energy.
Which sectors are best placed to take advantage? And where are the pitfalls? The Erasmus Energy Forum will extend your knowledge of new technologies, and reveal how major players in the energy industry are redefining and redrawing their business strategies.
Business and Science Awards 2017
We’ll be presenting awards during the Forum – an award for innovative sustainable business concepts and activities as well as a science research award, an opportunity for industry-wide recognition. More information on how to enter will be on this website soon. You can read about the 2016 winners here.
Strong message in 2016
We are delighted to report that the event was a huge success. The superb quality and breadth of all the presentations and debates resulted in great feedback from the audience. A theme commonly mentioned in audience feedback was openness in the discussion and collaboration of complex technologies, and the sharing of developments. If there are no policies or standards in place, then innovation cannot be used effectively. This was the strong message speakers at the Forum sent to policymakers, governments and companies. They need to work together to produce general standards that can be used to help innovation grow. And only then can infrastructure be scaled up. Please read more about the 2016 edition and its strong message: