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Q4 Topic: The Future of Energy, Part II

The renewable energy transition won’t be linear, and it won’t be smooth—reinventing a global energy system in just 20 to 30 years is a monumental task. The “how” was the main topic in AB’s recent Disruptor Series installment, The Future of Energy.

In the upcoming follow-up, The Future of Energy, Part II, Rick Brink, AB’s Chief Market Strategist, and an expert panel will turn the focus to the massive investment implications from reengineering a century-and a-half-old energy system. Rick and an expert panel will explore topics including:

  • Headline renewable sources like solar, wind and hydroelectric power offer compelling investment opportunities—but not every competitor will win. And a lot of brick-and-mortar infrastructure is needed to support the spread of green energy.
  • Translating clean-energy sources into consistent power delivery will require massive investment. Ramping up storage capacity for intermittent sources like solar and wind is critical. So is connecting clean energy to a new-look power grid.
  • Clean hydrogen and nuclear power, key areas of interest from the first session, will get a closer look. Panelists will explore the underlying technologies and what’s needed to enable broader production and adoption.
  • As recent events have shown, fossil fuels are still a key part of transition, but investors must factor in that the value of fossil fuels will change. Also, traditional giants have gotten into the green-energy game, using their resources to pursue avenues including geothermal, hydrogen and biofuels.

The Future of Energy, Part II: Investment Implications of the Energy Transition

Thursday, December 8, 2022
1:00pm ET | 10:00am PT

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