+ 500 Delegates
+ 40 Nationalities
6 Plenary Sessions
The IAEE Conference in Paris is a key gathering for energy professionals, policymakers, and thought leaders. Emphasizing the promotion of sustainable energy innovations, the forthcoming 46th conference aims to tackle urgent issues and cultivate partnerships to pave the way for a greener tomorrow. Be part of this prestigious international gathering as we collectively navigate towards a more resilient energy ecosystem.

Throughout this event, attendees can anticipate a dynamic program filled with influential talks, relevant analysis, and applied research, interactive workshops, mainstage discussions, and breakout sessions. These sessions will explore key topics such as the sustainable generation of energy, geopolitics and energy, raw materials for energy transition, energy networks, demand-side policy issues, energy access (prices and infrastructure), and combating energy poverty. Each discussion will be firmly grounded in scientific evidence to ensure accuracy and reliability.

Given the paramount importance of energy security, economic prosperity, and environmental sustainability, participants will engage in insightful conversations exploring the challenges and potential pathways toward transitioning to sustainable energy sources for the future.

Conference outline

Meeting the climate objectives presents a formidable challenge, one that demands a comprehensive approach to curbing greenhouse gas emissions stemming from energy consumption and generation. Given the diverse national contexts and varying energy policies with associated costs, there is no one-size-fits-all solution for navigating the transition to sustainable energy sources.

The upcoming 46th IAEE International Conference serves as a platform for policymakers, institutional representatives, esteemed scholars, and industry titans to convene, share perspectives, and tackle pressing issues within the energy realm.



The conference will cover a wide range of topics, including:
  • Energy and climate change mitigation
  • Energy and climate change adaptation
  • Biofuels and Bioenergy
  • Green Innovation
  • Emissions Trading Schemes
  • Role of new technologies in Energy Transition
  • Energy and emission modeling
  • Self-consumption
  • Local energy communities
  • Electricity demand response
  • Nudges in electricity consumption
  • Electricity tariffs and smart meters
  • Microgrids and electrification
  • Smart grid
  • Energy grid evolution
  • Electric mobility
  • Economics oil and gas markets
  • Developments in LNG markets
  • Nuclear energy markets
  • Disruptive business models in energy sector
  • The future of utilities
  • Energy utilities strategies
  • Renewable energy sources and industries
  • Regulation of energy network industries
  • Big data and energy
  • Energy efficiency
  • Energy storage
  • Energy asset valuation
  • Energy access
  • Energy poverty
  • Energy sustainability
  • Risk mitigation methodologies
  • Blockchain experiments and regulation