Energy transition and climate change have been trending topics at all major global meetings. Moreover, 2021 became a crucial year for the power industry following the U.S. presidential transition and a rising number of firms and governments announcing plans to move towards cleaner energy. However, despite the undeniable relevance of the subject, organizing Davos Energy Week (DEW) during the pandemic has not been easy.
How did we manage to attract over 80 speakers, including Energy Ministers of the UK, Belgium, Austria, Norway, Luxembourg, Ireland, and Colombia, and collect more than 5,400 conference registrations and 200 Startup Pitch Competition applications? Kostiantyn Gridin goes behind the scenes of Davos Energy Week and discusses DEW’s methods for establishing its own global community of energy leaders.
Learn more about the story behind DEW 2021 in his article here.