The International Virtual Conference on Energy from Space will be held from 9th – 10th October, jointly hosted by the UK Department of Energy Security and Net Zero (DESNZ), the UK Space Agency (UKSA) and ESA.
There is also a call for abstracts for the International (On-line) Conference on Energy from Space. Submit before 31 August: https://indico.esa.int/event/476/
With an expanded participation through abstract-driven talks and engaging roundtable discussions, it aims to help cement the bridge between the space and energy sectors who are, jointly, the major stakeholders of this potentially new industry of the future, as well as bring together government decision makers and private investors to raise their awareness about this game-changing technology.
The event will provide much needed visibility to all stakeholders on the extent of worldwide interest, activity and progress there is currently in SBSP development covering all relevant areas including system concepts & challenges, technologies, economics, regulations and much more. The conference also aims to increase inclusivity and diversity within this important conversation by providing opportunities for visible participation of representatives from the Global South and the younger generation.
Please join us online on October 9-10, from 09:30 CEST (08:30 BST), to meet and hear from international experts in the field and to discuss and learn about the vital role that Energy from Space could play in mitigating the climate crisis and contributing to a clean energy-rich world.