5th Energy Transition Forum 2024 Overview

Join us at the annual IN-PERSON 5th Energy Transition Forum 2024, on December 4 & 5, 2024 at the Cosmos Club of Washington, D.C.

The main focus of this year’s Forum is:
Energy Transition: What is Working and Where?

With the expanding electrification of the global economy, the rising energy demand, and the goal of a net zero emission economy, energy transition is at the crossroads. Technological innovation has a long history in the energy industry. However, today we have not reached the technological breakthrough in battery storage. We have not ensured the security of supply of rare earth minerals, and we have delayed the development of critical infrastructure in pipelines and the power grid. What are the barriers to the energy transition? What innovations are needed to accelerate the energy transition?  What new commercial models will arise? Who is best positioned to develop them?

The Energy Transition Forum brings powerful U.S. Senators and Congressmen from both sides of the aisle together with top energy executives to convene for off-the-record discussions in order to explore in-depth the energy strategies and solutions for a sustainable, clean, reliable and affordable energy future. Policymakers and executives from energy, finance, and technology will engage at the 4th Energy Transition Forum 2023 for a dialogue on energy infrastructure, technological innovation, policy and regulation reform needed to respond to the challenges of the changing global energy landscape.

U.S. Energy Stream is the national energy intelligence leader engaging U.S. Senators and Members of Congress, senior government leaders, energy executives, and energy investors to successfully address climate policy in the quest for net-zero emissions in a decarbonized energy future. Our customers trust U.S. Energy Stream’s mission to bring the highest intelligence to educate and empower business and government leaders to thrive.

The Forum is a private, invitation-only meeting. All proceedings are off the record, not for attribution or dissemination, and fully closed to the members of the press.