Javelin Capital & Climate Council Networking Afternoon
Thursday 22 September 2022 | Greybar 19, 420 Lexington Ave, New York
Accelerating Energy Transition Investments: How Can Capital Be Mobilised?
What to Expect
The Javelin Capital & Climate Council Networking Afternoon, at Climate Week NYC, will welcome senior executives from across the Finance & Investment and Clean Energy space to join us for an afternoon of high-level networking in New York. $125 trillion of climate investment is needed by 2050 to meet net zero, with investment from 2021 until 2025 needing to triple compared to the 5 years previous, in order to put the world on track. Ensuring investment on this scale is possible, but requires increased engagement, collaboration and action across private investors.
This event is now at full capacity, but you can still join our network or connect with us for updates on exciting upcoming events.
What are the key technologies that need capital to support the transition to a sustainable future?
How can private investors play a more active role in advancing these technologies?
What are the key challenges to investing in the energy transition and what are the ways to overcome these?
Thursday 22 September 2022
Arrival and Networking Coffee
Presentations & Roundtable Discussions
– Making sense of energy storage
– Navigating a US market in a state of flux
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Networking Drinks and Canapés
Graybar 19, Graybar Building,
420 Lexington Ave, New York,
NY 10017, United States
Who will be there?
Attending Companies Include:
This is an invite only gathering, with the guest list curated from a cross-section of senior industry stakeholders including clean tech innovators, finance and investment professionals, key energy players, industry regulator and advisors. Register below and we'll get back to you to let you know whether your registration has been approved.
There will be presentations, roundtable discussions and networking drinks to collaborate and discuss the key challenges and opportunities facing the sector, such as the key technologies that need capital to support the transition to a sustainable future, and core challenges to investment in the energy transition.