Business programme architecture published for “Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023” Scientific and Practical Conference
The business programme architecture for the “Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023” Scientific and Practical Conference has been approved. The event is set to take place on 10 October 2023 in Moscow, on the eve of the Russian Energy Week International Forum. The plenary session will focus on medium‑ and long-term scientific and technological development in the fuel and energy sector in the new reality.
Among those invited to the discussion are Ivan Lobanov, Rector of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics; Andrey Klepach, Chief Economist at VEB.RF; Alexey Kulapin, General Director of the Russian Energy Agency under the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation; Nikolay Rogalev, Rector of the Moscow Power Engineering Institute; and Grigory Gladkovsky, Deputy Chief Engineer at Rosseti. The main trends affecting the development of the global energy market will come under discussion, with participants also identifying the most promising areas for technological development in Russia’s energy sector.
“Today, our country’s fuel and energy sector faces a number of major challenges with regard to further development and the implementation of new technology. It is for this reason that the business programme focuses on the industry needs of traditional and new energy, energy security, methods of forecasting the development of the energy sector in Russia and around the world, and other key topics. Our conference will come up with recommendations on ways the fundamental and applied sciences can interact with the real sector of the economy. This will be with the view to reducing the time taken from scientific discovery to implementation as much as possible,” said General Director of the Russian Energy Agency Alexey Kulapin.
The conference will provide a meeting point for representatives of the fuel and energy sector (and related industries), high-tech companies, scientific organizations, and development institutions. Together, they will share ideas on the development of the fuel and energy sector, and determine development pathways for the industry at both the national and international level.
The panel sessions will focus on the following topics:
• Forecasting models and methods in relation to the development of the Russian and global energy sectors
• Technologies, projects, and mechanisms related to distributed and local energy projects
• The development of technologies for the energy sector and the potential to enter new markets
• Technological development in the coal industry
• The potential of alternative fuels and technologies for the automotive sector
• Methodological approaches to statistics in the energy sector
• The current state of technology in hydrogen energy and future potential
• Priorities and opportunities in relation to energy security
• A development strategy for the energy sectors of Russia and ASEAN member states to 2035
The mission of the event is to facilitate scientific and technological development in the fuel and energy sector, with the aim of attaining stability and technological sovereignty for the long term. Participation in the conference is free of charge.
The “Territory of Energy Dialogue 2023” Scientific and Practical Conference will be held as part of the Russian Energy Week International Forum, which will take place on 11–13 October 2023 at Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Moscow.
Russia plans to attract approximately RUB 1.5 trillion from private investors to revamp its power sector over the next six years, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his annual address to the Federal Assembly.
The business programme for the milestone 5th Russian Energy Week International Forum, to be held on 12–14 October at the Manege (Moscow), comprises more than 40 events grouped into 6 topics under the banner “Global Energy in a Multipolar World”. Much of the programme is dedicated to the international agenda, as dictated by the new challenges that global energy markets have recently had to face.