Programme outline

Please find a preview of the programme below. Session details will become available at the end of 2022.

Due to the success of previous years, we will again run a programme with three parallel streams. Each session will highlight current and future opportunities in the renewable energy sector.

Track A: Europe in focus – these sessions look at key European topics. They will cover recent market, legislative, and system developments at both national and European levels.

Track-B: Global markets and initiatives –delegates can join these sessions to learn about renewables markets outside the US and Europe. Key national and international developments will be explored in detail. 

Track-C: EACs in practice – These sessions will be particularly informative for those who are new to renewables markets. All delegates will benefit from the chance to ask questions in these educational sessions. 


  Monday, 24 April 2023

The attributes of a unit of energy were first tracked in the power sector, and electricity has remained the focus of attribute tracking for the past two decades. However, as renewable energy production develops beyond electricity and energy sectors become more integrated, so the need to track the attributes of other energy carriers has grown. In this session, delegates and speakers will together explore, in-depth, the challenges and benefits of certifying non-electricity energy carriers such as hydrogen and renewable fuels of non-biological origin (RFNBOs).

20:00 - 22:00 Get Together

  Tuesday, 25 April 2023

  Wednesday, 26 April 2023