The Age of Plenty,
the Age of Competition

“Cheap oil, cheap gas, cheap renewables. There is an abundance of supply that we have not had for decades and this is driving intense competition. It also gives us the theme of the 2016 Summit – the Age of Plenty, the Age of Competition.” ~ Michael Liebreich

Watch Keynote Speakers

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Michael Liebreich

Founder and Advisory Board Chairman,

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

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Michael R. Bloomberg

Founder of Bloomberg LP and the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change

John Kerry

John Kerry

Secretary of State,

United States

Tom Fanning

Thomas A. Fanning

Chairman, President and CEO,

Southern Company

Featured Speakers from Previous Years

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Al Gore

Former Vice President of the United States and Chair, The Climate Reality Project

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Ban Ki-moon

Secretary-General, United Nations

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Ernest Moniz

United States Secretary of Energy

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Jeff Immelt

Chairman and CEO, GE

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Lisa Murkowski

US Senator, Alaska

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Chad Holliday

Former Chairman of the Board, Bank of America

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Francesco Venturini

Chief Executive Officer and General Manager, Enel Green Power

Lisa Davis

Lisa Davis

Member of the Managing Board, Siemens

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Theodore (Ted) F. Craver, Jr.

Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Edison International

Agenda Topics

Changing fundamentals and the value of electricity

Transportation: do consumers want a transport transformation?

The rise of distributed energy and smarter energy management

kWh’s are growing harder to value as daily supply profiles are disrupted by close-to-zero marginal cost renewable energy. How will this fundamental change affect energy market players and regulators and what has been learnt in the most advanced markets?

How will changing consumer preferences, regulatory pressures and technology changes shape the automotive market in the next ten years? Will EVs take off or remain niche products? What will this mean for oil markets and electricity demand? Is the transport industry facing large scale disruption?

What is the state and what are the implications of retail rate reforms and the blurring of the boundary between transmission and distribution grids for distributed energy, energy storage applications, consumers and market players?

Venue

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Grand Hyatt New York

109 East 42nd Street

New York, NY 10017

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Summit Overview

Since its inception in 2008, the Future of Energy Summit has featured a unique convergence of the old and the new – traditional players and advanced-energy leaders . It continues to create an environment for making new connections, and serves as a forum to discuss the critical energy issues of today and the next decade.

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