In one of the most tumultuous years for energy, join us and other industry peers to explore the themes and challenges facing energy markets.

Energy Trading Week returns to London from 28-29 September in the historic County Hall. As usual, the event promises a packed agenda across 8 different conferences, with over 120 expert speakers in attendance.

Conferences include ETOT which has been a staple of the energy trading calendar for many years, as well as dedicated conferences for LNG, oil, trading digitalisation and ETRC focusing on regulations and compliance. Completing this year’s agenda is the Net Zero forum; your opportunity to discuss carbon markets, ESG regulations, energy storage, the future of energy markets and more. And if there weren’t enough networking opportunities at the conferences, the event also includes a drinks reception.

For those unable to attend in person, the digital event pass brings Energy Trading Week to traders across the globe.

At the event, we particularly recommend the panel session ETRMs: From ownership to service, featuring Gen10 CEO Richard Williamson. The panel will discuss the cost impact of moving to cloud-based systems, best practices for making the change and how ETRM vendors are responding to the fast pace of change.

Bruce Tozer, of the Gen10 Advisory Board, will also be talking at the Net Zero conference where he will be speaking on Carbon markets: Do they still fulfil their original role ie. Help decarbonise the world? This panel will discuss a wide range of carbon market topics including standardisation, voluntary markets, calculating direct and indirect emissions, and the future of carbon markets.

Find out more and book your place at this year’s unmissable event.

As event sponsors, Gen10 also have a limited number of VIP passes to give away. If you are interested in one of these passes, let us know by emailing hello@gen10.net.

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