Innovation Sessions at ADIPEC 2023
The ADIPEC 2023 Innovation Sessions will connect the knowledge, experience, expertise and resources of the entire energy ecosystem and beyond, fostering the conversations and disruptive thinking needed to drive decarbonisation solutions that will bring change at scale and pace.
Split across three dedicated tracks – decarbonisation, maritime & logistics and digitalisation in energy – the Innovation Sessions are designed to facilitate solution-orientated dialogue and commercial partnerships in a curated programme format.
Digitalisation in Energy Innovation Sessions
Location: Digitalisation in Energy Theatre, Hall 14, Digitalisation in Energy Zone
As the adoption of digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, digital twins and the Internet of Things (IoT) increases, unparalleled opportunities for decentralisation, energy-sourcing optionality, energy security and inclusion are emerging. The Digitalisation in Energy Innovation Sessions will bring together technology, communications and energy leaders, over four days, to discuss, shape and showcase new applications for next-generation digital technologies, to drive down costs while advancing decarbonisation, energy security and inclusion goals.
Decarbonisation Innovation Sessions
Location: Decarbonisation Theatre, Hall 12, Decarbonisation Accelerator
Scaling next-generation energy technologies such as carbon capture, energy storage, electrolysers and renewables will be a crucial driver of the energy transition. The Decarbonisation Innovation sessions will bring together clean energy technology providers and innovators with energy leaders to discuss how to scale critical new energy technologies and solutions for their integration into existing infrastructure and energy value chains.
Maritime & Logistics Innovation Sessions
Location: Maritime & Logistics Theatre, Hall 15, Maritime & Logistics Zone
Developing decarbonisation technology for the maritime and logistics industries is an important step towards realising global net-zero commitments. A combination of low-carbon fuels, new vessel designs and bunkering solutions, supported by wider value chain collaboration across the energy, maritime and ports sectors, will be crucial to unlocking new business models and driving the decarbonisation of shipping.