Winners of the 2024 International Energy Awards

The Energy Institute exists to create a better energy future. In its 25th year, these prestigious awards recognise the best the sector has to offer, and for the first time were presented at the International Energy Week Dinner on 29 February 2024 at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London. This year’s outstanding winners are profiled below.

Global visions: International Energy Week debates the key factors impacting the energy transition

With more than 30 sessions on energy scenarios, energy finance, making a just transition, technological innovation and electrification, International Energy Week 2024 covered lots of ground. One session in particular encompassed the widest possible scope, addressing the global energy situation and outlook. New Energy World Senior Editor Will Dalrymple reports.

People power for a still-transitioning sector

People are the fuel to power a transitioning energy sector and diversity will produce the blend needed to accelerate this change. This was the theme of a few sessions at International Energy Week 2024, reports Nick Cottam.

Leaders of the transition

To understand what makes International Energy Week so compelling, look no further than some of the key speakers on Day One of the 2024 event in late February. New Energy World Features Editor Brian Davis highlights some of the thought-provoking issues expressed.

Why we won’t deliver the energy transition without women leading the way

Following International Energy Week and ahead of International Women’s Day, Nick Wayth CEng FEI, CEO of the Energy Institute and POWERful Women board member, explains why women will be instrumental in leading the energy sector on the road to net zero.

The efficiency of power

At International Energy Week, Energy Institute President Juliet Davenport OBE HonFEI emphasised the importance of electrification to the global task of decarbonisation, as she introduced a conference session on electricity generation and the electrical grid.

Can International Energy Week provide a bridge between polarised energy debates?

In advance of the London-based conference, John MacArthur FREng CEng FEI, Chair of the International Energy Week Board, previews this year’s varied programme.

COP28 goals frame the debate as global energy sector heads to London

As International Energy Week 2024 approaches, the Energy Institute’s CEO Nick Wayth CEng FEI FIMechE says this coming year will be a big test for the public support and political will needed to accelerate the energy transition, but that progress is achievable.