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Join this webinar to hear four of the CEOs leading the energy transition explain the electrification potential of maritime operations. Decarbonising these activities is crucial for the energy transition and Europe’s carbon neutrality ambition.

Ports are a natural hotspot for sector coupling and energy system integration as they host many industry sectors, not just energy related (generation, grids, offshore wind) but also transport, tourism and manufacturing industries.

A new report - Ports: Green Gateways to Europe - written by DNV GL with input from Eurelectric, will be launched on 2nd July during this webinar. It provides vital insights that can inspire the power sector and all stakeholders active in and around ports and will help them create strategies for business development and explore the decarbonisation potential at the gateway of all these sectors.

Tune in on 2nd July to learn:

* About the electrification and decarbonisation potential of European ports.

* About the role utilities can have in the transformation of this sector.

* About the barriers the sector faces and the necessary measures required to overcome them.

* The policies recommended so that ports play a key role in Europe's decarbonisation and energy transition.

The event is taking place online on 2nd July 2020 from 14:00-15:00 CET.

For more information and booking details please visit:

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Posted 2020-06-23 16:12:00

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