Harnessing the Power of Data Science to Change the Future of Energy
Bill Vass, AWS Vice President of Engineering, examines the cutting-edge data science technologies that are transforming the energy industry – the cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning – and explores trends for the future as both tech and energy continue to rapidly evolve.
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Play video Indian Energy Innovation
Indian Energy Innovation
(November 19, 2020) In this Indian Energy Forum Innovation Agora session, hear the stories of two entrepreneurs who have leveraged the ecosystem for innovation in India to create businesses with the potential to transform energy in the country.
Play video Renewable Natural Gas: Greening the gas grid
Renewable Natural Gas: Greening the gas grid
(October 13, 2020) Gas industry stakeholders deconstruct renewable natural gas and examine its potential to contribute to a low carbon energy system.
Play video Energy storage technology pathways to support the energy transition
Energy storage technology pathways to support the energy transition
(September 17, 2020) As recent events highlight the need for energy storage, industry leaders discuss solutions including policy innovation, market-matching, and methods beyond today’s battery technologies to harness low-cost renewable generation.
Play video The Future of Cities in a Low Carbon World
The Future of Cities in a Low Carbon World
(August 20, 2020) With more than half of humanity living in urban areas, the future of cities is critical to the climate agenda. Aberdeen & Cape Town officials share the journey of their cities to net zero carbon emissions and how they drive change.
Play video Getting to Net Zero with Carbon Removal Technologies
Getting to Net Zero with Carbon Removal Technologies
(October 22, 2020) Leaders from government, industry & academia debate the enormity of the challenge to achieve net zero carbon emissions, from aggressive innovations to the policies to create market opportunities for carbon removal technologies.
Play video EV Charging Infrastructure: Navigating COVID-19 & planning for post-crisis demand
EV Charging Infrastructure: Navigating COVID-19 & planning for post-crisis demand
(October 6, 2020) By 2030 nearly 25% of light passenger vehicles produced will be plug-in capable. What is needed for cheap, fast & ubiquitous charging? Industry executives discuss the future of charging & prospects for an electric transport economy.