London | Power & Renewables Briefing 2024

Decarbonising post-crisis markets

New renewable supply is entering systems where demand has been weakened by high prices, and integration challenges are of increased concern across Europe as a result. The shifting characteristics of decarbonising power markets require sustained investment in infrastructure and flexible resources, while the ambitions of energy policy dictate an increased pace of change.

Against this background, subject matter experts from our power markets, hydrogen, renewables, and energy storage teams present their thoughts on the continuing progress of transition. Our speakers will address evolving market dynamics, the commercial and technical enablers of accelerated change, and the key sensitivities that risk its delivery.

Join us at this free of charge in-person briefing as our experts dive into the following key topics, and participate in a conversation about the critical challenges faced by Europe’s power and renewables sector:

  • European power markets: a post-crisis assessment of trends, influences and uncertainties
    • Adjusting to lower power prices
    • Facilitating delivery of policy objectives – market reform in the spotlight
    • Rising to the challenge: enabling technologies and routes to market
  • Offshore wind
    • When will the status quo change?
  • Energy storage
    • Navigating contracted and merchant revenues of grid-scale batteries in Europe
  • Hydrogen: avoiding another false dawn
    • Overcoming cost challenges and navigating the policy landscape



  • Peter Osbaldstone, Head of Long-Term Europe Power Research
  • Finlay Clark, Senior Research Analyst, Offshore Wind
  • Anna Darmani, Lead Research Analyst, Energy Storage, EMEA
  • Murray Douglas, Head of Hydrogen Research



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