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Energy Post conference: "Putting innovation at the heart of 2030 in climate change and energy policies

Arctik organised the first conference of Energy Post, a new independent online media specialised on energy matters on 17 March.

The conferences gathered key speakers such as Dominique Ristori, Director General DG ENER, David Clarke, CEO of the Energy Technology Institute, Dick Benschop, President-Director of Shell Netherlands, Tomas Wyns, Researcher at the Institute for European Studies (EIS) and Marco Landolfi, Coordinator of Energy, Transport and Telecommunications at the Italian Permanent Representation to the EU, took the stage with Sonja Van Renssen, EU correspondent for Energy Post, moderating.

With the headline Putting innovation at the heart of 2030 in the climate and energy policies, the conference brought together key stakeholders interested in climate and energy policies. Policy-makers ranging from the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Permanent Representations, business associations and enterprises representatives, NGOs as well as journalists attended the event at the Royal Museums of Art and History in Brussels.

Arctik took care of the day-to-day management of the conference, and created a dedicated website and visual identity. To raise the visibility around the event, Arctik dealt with public relations engaging with EU policy makers as well as journalists. Prior to the conference, Arctik also opened an online discussion via the hashtag #innov2030.

All in all, more than 150 participants took part to this evening conference.


Photos of the conference are available online.

A dedicated video has been produced by viEUws and highlights the main insights of the conference.

Facts about the projects

  • Title: Energy Post conference: putting innovation at the heart of 2030 in climate change and energy policies

  • Client: Energy Post

  • Delivery: Full conference concept: branding, website, public relations and event organisation

  • Date: 17 Mar 14

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