Under the motto “EUROPE’S ENERGY FUTURE – Secure, Affordable, Clean?!”, the 18th Energy Innovation Symposium (EnInnov2024) will be held at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Graz, Austria, from 14-16 February 2024.
Over 250 speakers from various sectors, including science and research, business, NGOs, politics and administration, will gather at the three-day event to address technical, environmental and social issues facing the European energy industry today and solutions needed to develop it further.
The programme includes a total of 50 sessions on topics ranging from energy systems and future-proof distribution networks to energy communities and the future of mobility. It also includes evening events at the Auditorium (Aula) of the Old University of Graz and the Nikola Tesla Laboratory of TU Graz. For additional information, please see the full programme here.
The symposium is organised by the Institute for Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation at TU Graz in cooperation with the Austrian Association for Electrical Engineering (OVE), OesterreichsEnergie (representing the interests of the Austrian electrical industry) and the World Energy Council Austria. The previous edition gathered 280 speakers and 720 participants in total.
Registration for EnInnov2024 is open until 14 February 2024. You can find more information about how to participate here.
Udo Bachhiesl, Institute for Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation at TU Graz: bachhiesl@TUGraz.at