The Great Energy Transition: Challenges and opportunities for transformation

The Great Energy Transition: Challenges and opportunities for transformation

Change is the only constant in the energy landscape. However, a range of challenges, from combatting the existential threat of climate change through to concerns over energy security and affordability, is set to fundamentally transform the energy sector. The good news is that there are a range of new technologies available that can address these challenges.

On October 5, 2018, Temasek organised a discussion on the future energy value chain, as part of the Ecosperity Conversations series. The discussion covered a range of topics, including regulatory requirements to support the energy transition, the rapid emergence of non-traditional industries in energy innovation, and the growing trend of “consumerisation” in the electricity market.

Our summary report on the session covers key topics discussed, implications on a global level, and delves into potential implications for Singapore. Read more here or follow the link below.

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