How to Finance the Energy Transition Online Virtual Event

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There is so much money being thrown into the energy transition so that companies and governments can reach their NetZero goals. However, there have always been challenges in determining whether the money being spent is being allocated in the most effective and cost-efficient way. On 24 February, at 11 am ET, Energy Web and Alliance for Innovative Regulation (AIR) will host an event exploring how to make this transition through an online virtual event. 

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Green finance represents a new frontier for financial companies and their regulators. As demand rises for information about the industry’s performance on climate and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, regulators will be challenged to identify and mitigate emerging risks.

The Alliance for Innovative Regulation (AIR) and Energy Web invite you to hear about how regulators are viewing ESG disclosures and other climate change challenges ahead. We will also explore how both regulators and financial companies can address these concerns.

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Energy Web is a global, member-driven non-profit accelerating the low-carbon, customer-centric energy transition by unleashing the potential of open-source, digital technologies. Our Energy Web Tech Stack enables any energy asset, owned by any customer, to participate in any energy market. The Energy Web Chain — the world’s first enterprise-grade, public blockchain tailored to the energy sector — anchors the Energy Web Tech Stack. The Energy Web ecosystem comprises leading utilities, grid operators, renewable energy developers, corporate energy buyers, IoT / telecom leaders, and others.

AIR is a global nonprofit leveraging digital modernization to help build a financial system that serves everyone and produces widespread financial health. Digitization is transforming finance. “Responsible innovation” can help solve systemic ESG challenges – financial exclusion, race and gender bias, predatory practices, financial crimes like human trafficking, and climate change. At the same time, innovation can threaten privacy, security, and fairness.