Webinar: A global roadmap to Net Zero by 2050 with the International Energy Agency (IEA)
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Bringing global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions to net zero by 2050 is going to require cross-sector collaboration on an international scale. The question of how we deliver clean energy around the world is crucial, not just to actors within the energy sector, but all organisations as we increasingly consider scope 3 emissions across international supply chains.
WIG is delighted to host the IEA for this webinar session, to inform and support our members’ net zero strategies across the sectors. Join us for your opportunity to:
- Understand how we can transition globally to a net zero energy system by 2050 while ensuring stable, resilient and affordable energy supplies.
- Learn how a just transition can support robust economic growth in economies around the world.
- Discuss key uncertainties, such as the roles of bioenergy, carbon capture and behavioural changes in reaching net zero.
Chief Counsellor, Transitions and Partnerships, and Head of Strategy OfficeInternational Energy Agency (IEA)
Katherine DIXON is the IEA Chief Counsellor, Transitions and Partnerships, and Head of the IEA’s Strategy Office. Katherine is a former British diplomat, with a background in arms control, China, and climate and energy policy. Prior to joining IEA, Katherine also worked as Vice President Energy Transition Strategy at Royal Dutch Shell and was the Director of Defence & Security at Transparency International – a global anti-corruption organisation. Katherine holds degrees in Natural Sciences and Chinese Studies from the University of Cambridge, and the School of Oriental and African Studies respectively.
Energy AnalystInternational Energy Agency (IEA)
Peter Levi joined the Energy Technology Policy Division of the International Energy Agency (IEA) in 2017 and leads the sectoral analysis of Industry within the Division. His work is focussed on the technologies and policies that can be employed to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from ‘hard to abate’ sectors within industry, as well as cross-cutting themes, such as energy security, hydrogen, carbon capture and electrification. Before joining the IEA, Peter worked in the private sector in an engineering consultancy. He attended the University of Cambridge, where he obtained PhD and MPhil degrees, and prior to that the University of Bristol for an MEng degree, all in engineering.