IN-PERSON 9th Washington Energy Summit 2024 Overview

Join us on June 5 & 6, 2024 at the annual IN-PERSON 9th Washington Energy Summit 2024 at the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC. 

This year's topic is: "Strategic Choices in a Net Zero World: What is the impact of market competition and geopolitical rivalries?"

At the Washington Energy Summit we bring powerful U.S. Senators, U.S. Congressmen, and senior U.S. government officials, together with top energy leaders to provide market intelligence and enable solutions This year’s topic is: “Shaping the Global Energy Industry Together: How can the United States Government Better Collaborate with Energy Leaders?”

The Washington Energy Summit is the premier international off-the-record market intelligence summit of U.S. Congress, government, and energy industry to shape the future of energy. During the Summit we convene for off-the-record discussions to explore in-depth the energy strategies, policies and solutions that strengthen energy security for the United States and our allies and promote economic prosperity through sustainable, affordable, and reliable energy access.

The Washington Energy Summit is a bi-partisan annual market intelligence platform. U.S. government leaders and executives from energy, finance, and technology engage at the Washington Energy Summit for a dialogue on enabling continued innovation, investment in long-term projects, cleaner energy technologies, and improved energy infrastructure development.

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 Summit 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.