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Davos Energy Week is a three-day event whose main goal is to draw the attention of global business leaders to key issues in the energy industry. DEW includes a series of online panels, keynotes, presentations, startup pitches, and other activities, accompanied by offline engagements for participants: top managers of energy companies, sustainability officers and activists, consultants, and international experts.

Initially planned as a physical space on the sidelines of the world’s biggest political and economic gathering in Davos, Davos Energy Week was affected by the corona virus that continues to spread globally. Most of the events planned to take place in Davos have been cancelled. But the need for a global debate remains. That’s why we decided to take Davos Energy Week to a new level.

The main goals of Davos Energy Week are to bring together key energy players with other businesses to discuss key touch points between the energy sector and all other businesses around the world, and to draw the global business community’s attention more strongly to the issues facing the global energy industry.

Our confirmed speakers represent —

the largest global corporations: Intel, Nestle, Honeywell, Microsoft, Novo Nordisk

international energy companies: Shell, Equinor, BP, ReNew Power, Suzlon Energy Ltd.

the world’s biggest banks: Commerzbank, JPMorgan Chase, Standard Bank Group, TD Bank

the major consultancies: Deloitte, KPMG, Kearney, Capgemini, and Accenture.

Get to know our speakers here!

About the organiser

CFC Big Ideas is an international communications consultancy headquartered in Dubai, UAE, and Kyiv, Ukraine. Established in 2002 as CFC Big Ideas, the company has made its name by implementing BIG IDEA international projects: international conferences, country presentations, special events, and advocacy campaigns in more than 40 countries across the globe. Some of our most successful projects, carried out in collaboration with the Ukraine Crisis Media Center, were awarded the Bronze Cannes Lion in 2017 and the Gold SABRE for Public Affairs in 2015.