Calendar of Events

Nov 3 – Nov 6 all-day
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KEY ENERGY is an international showcase of integrated technologies, services and solutions to promote and speed up the transition to a carbon-neutral economy, the central objective of the Green Deal:

  • Renewable energies
    • Storage and solutions for distributed power generation
    • Energy efficiency in buildings and industrial processes
    • Cogeneration, trigeneration, micro-cogeneration
    • Sustainable cities: digital, electric and circular​
    • Sustainable mobility 

KEY ENERGY is the platform that promotes meetings and dialogue between the market’s key players and stakeholders, bringing together economic sectors, and offering an opportunity for all energy professionals to gain updates and get training.


  • WIND

On-shore and off-shore wind turbines, floating wind technology, components, energy producers, revamping and repowering solutions for existing facilities, O&M, assets and finance, developers. In partnership with ANEV.
Technologies, services and best practices for energy transition.


Photovoltaic power, inverters, thermodynamic solar power, components, O&M&P (revamping and repowering) solutions, energy storage technologies, smart grids.


Cogeneration, trigeneration, micro-cogeneration, geothermal energy and heat pumps, digitisation and energy management systems, ESCO, EPC contractors, energy trading.

  • SUSTAINABLE CITIES: digital, electric and circular

Systems and technologies for digitisation, smart cities, electrical and integrated mobility, efficient lighting, safety and security, risk management, IOT, smart building, utilities.

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11th Sustainable Innovation Forum
Nov 16 – Nov 20 all-day
11th Sustainable Innovation Forum

Overcoming a global health emergency and preventing the global climate emergency will require an unprecedented level of cross-sector, cross-industry and cross-border collaboration.

In response to the global pandemic and the delay of COP, the 11th edition of the Sustainable Innovation Forum will be fully virtualized and broadcast live from a London-based studio.

Over the last 10 years, the Sustainable Innovation Forum has played a key role in facilitating the connections that forge the cross-sector partnerships required to address the global climate emergency and transition to a net-zero economy.

Why attend?

  • Hear and learn from 60 Influential Speakers including Government Ministers, UN Dignitaries, CEOs, Sustainability Leaders
  • Network with 15,000 delegates throughout 5 days by using the event platform networking functions and features
  • Facilitate the connections that forge the cross sectors partnerships required to address the global climate emergency and accelerate the transition to a net-zero economy.
  • Be part of the momentum on climate action ahead of COP26 in 2021

Key Speakers: 

  • Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, CEO, Global Environment Facility
  • Gonzalo Munoz, COP25 Climate Action Champion, UNFCCC
  • Jennifer Morgan, Global CEO, GreenPeace
  • Marco Lambertini, Global Director General, WWF International
  • Diederik Samsom, Head of Cabinet to EVP First-Vice President Frans Timmermans, European Commission
  • Francesco La Camera, Executive Director, IRENA
  • Cassie Flynn, Strategic Advisor Climate Change, UNDP
  • Thomas Bohner, CEO, Mitsubishi Power Europe GmbH
  •  Thomas Saueressig, Member of the Executive Board of SAP SE, SAP Product Engineering

How to Register:

You can register online for free here. Contact Climate Partnerships and Content Executive Rachel Cooper directly if you have any questions on +44 (0) 207 871 0173 or email at


AEC2020 – E-Mobility Will be Mainstream by 2025
Nov 17 – Nov 19 all-day

With the launch of the European Green Deal, the European Commission set out to achieve the target of carbon neutrality by 2050. The transport sector alone currently represents almost a quarter of EU CO2 emissions This is the perfect opportunity for e-mobility to play a major role in decarbonizing mobility across Europe.

In fact, the European Commission predicts we will need one million EV charging points to match the foreseen thirteen million electric cars expected on the road by 2025.

Furthermore, following the devastating COVID-19 crisis we need a green and sustainable recovery plan , also focusing on zero emission mobility.

In this context, the AVERE E-Mobility Conference (AEC) 2020 will bring together stakeholders from across the European e-mobility value-chain including consumers, policymakers, and leading industry representatives to discuss how and why it is essential to make zero emission mobility mainstream by 2025.

The two-days conference taking place on 17 & 19 November 2020 will take place virtually.

The Consumer Perspective

AEC2020 will delve into the consumers perspective of what will be needed to ensure electric vehicles are mainstream in the coming 5 years.

The Value Chain Perspective

At AEC2020 leading industry e-mobility representatives will discuss what they believe the next five years will bring and what is needed to support the mass transition to e-mobility.

The Policy Perspective

AEC2020 is the occasion to look at what policy measures will be needed at both European and Member State level to meet the EU’s goals of transport decarbonisation and zero emission vehicle uptake.

The Uptake of Charging Infrastructure

The final session of AEC2020 will focus on how to support the uptake of EV charging infrastructure in Europe.

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Ticket Price: 150 Euros/Free for AVERE Members! (contact us directly for your free ticket)

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AEC2020 is sponsored by

If you would like to sponsor our webinars or AEC2020, have a look at our event brochure that you can find here


Webinar: 2020 EV Review by Global Experts
Dec 16 @ 15:00 – 17:00

Our December webinar will provide an overview and an evaluation of the performance of the EV sector across 2020.

The global e-mobility sector has had a turbulent year, especially due to the recent COVID-19 crisis. In this world tour webinar, we will get insights from some of the world’s leading EV experts and influencers who will reflect on the past year, what it has meant for the sector, and what we can look forward to for the coming five years.

With guests ranging from the US, to Canada, South Africa, and back to Europe attendees will have the opportunity to hear some of the most interesting success stories and how each region has handled the devastating COVID-19 crisis.



Jeff Allen, Executive Director – Forth (USA)





Hiten Parmar, Director – uYilo e-Mobility Programme (South Africa)




Catherine Kargas, Director – Electric Mobility Canada (Canada)




Franz Loogen, President – e-mobil BW (Germany)



Ticket Price: Ticket Price: 45 Euros/Free for AVERE Members! (contact us directly for your free ticket)

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This webinar is sponsored by

If you would like to sponsor our webinars or AEC2020, have a look at our event brochure that you can find here


eVision – Accellerating European e-mobility
Feb 2 – Feb 3 all-day
eVision - Accellerating European e-mobility

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One of the fastest ways to accelerate the transition to an electric mobility future is to scale the electrification of fleet vehicles. Many corporates and public sector entities are now taking advantage of the low total cost of ownership. But how do we raise awareness and unlock this huge opportunity?

This Eurelectric high-level event will strenghten political and industrial momentum for accelerating electric mobility and will explore EV market trends and sustainable growth acceleration strategies. We will bring together amongst others: charging station operators and service providers, car manufacturers, industry captains, national and EU policy makers, academia and corporates to participate in inspiring and interactive sessions and enjoy a rich exhibition dedicated to the sector.

Main topics will include:

  • Necessary collaborations between sectors & regulators
  • Investment needs and business models for e-mobility
  • Acceleration and upscaling of fleet electrification
  • City planning
  • Role of customers in the transition to decarbonised electric mobility

E-Vision will mark also the launch of a joint Eurelectric-EY work on fleet electrification.

The project will look at EV fleets across different use-case segments as the catalyst for scaling up e-mobility in Europe, detailing the opportunities for innovators and the needed policies to overcome hurdles.

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