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Crisis, contingencies, and climate change | Global Energy Trends 2022-23
We’re in the midst of an energy transition that continues to evolve. The current energy crisis is impacting us all and is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. This leaves energy sector participants facing a host of overlapping challenges.
Last year, world leaders gathered at COP26 to set targets for decarbonising the global economy and the table was set for the energy transition. Since then, the energy landscape has changed dramatically. Today, the world is in the midst of a truly global energy crisis, with impacts that will be felt for years to come.
Massive change is coming, thanks to the legislative and policy achievements of the first two years of the Biden administration. The current global energy crisis, which has led to sky-high prices and a weakening world economy, is set to only increase the attractiveness of renewables going forward. As renewable penetration on the grid continues to increase, technologies that can provide grid services and on-demand supply or demand reduction are expected to follow. Whether through increasing demand response and load optimization services or through increased installations of flexible generation assets.
In this webinar, we examine the key trends that commentators – including GridBeyond’s experts – agree will be at the forefront of discussions about developments in the energy sector in 2023 and beyond.
Wayne Muncaster, SVP North America, GridBeyondWayne is a regular industry speaker and advocate for enhanced energy services and demand side response. He’s also SVP North America at GridBeyond.
With over 20 years’ experience in the energy sector, Wayne has seen the energy landscape change significantly and is ideally placed to provide advice and education on this complex market. Wayne’s invaluable knowledge and expertise have secured him a spot as one of the industry’s authoritative voices.
Joe Hayden, VP Revenue, North America
Joe has over 25 years of sales leadership experience managing teams selling wireless networks, IoT’s edge based solutions as well as highly sophisticated automation solutions to the electric utility, security , and LED lighting industries.
Prior to coming to GridBeyond, Joe lead the ERCOT market as GM and VP for CPower. He led the sales launch of a highly disruptive, and cutting edge start up that invented an virtual security guard having trade marked the term “Active Deterrence”. He orchestrated nationwide channel partner agreements with top integrators in the US such as JCI, Siemens, and Convergint Technologies while leading sales initiatives with AT&T,Exxon, NIH, and Infinity. Joe received his Marketing degree from Texas Tech University.
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