Can technology tame climate change? As we navigate towards a low-carbon economy, we must understand how each sector has different needs and requirements.

There are various ways of decarbonizing the economy, including through greater efficiency and innovation in energy production, use, and storage; increased reliance on renewables; a shift away from fossil fuels. In our ENERGY 2050 series, we will examine these challenges, discuss innovations and engage in meaningful conversations with leaders and innovators as we race to meet the 2050 climate goals.


The promise of Hydrogen – the fuel of the future?

Hydrogen is fast becoming the world's most promising zero-emission energy source, with countries and organizations around the globe racing to adopt it. Let’s explore hydrogen and its far-reaching global economic and environmental impacts as we move to an all-renewable energy economy.

Dr. Thomas Hillig

Managing Director, THEnergy

Joseph Alenchery

VP- Energy Next, Infosys

The Digital Stepping Stones To a Green Economy

Is digitization the key to unlocking a low/zero emission economy? As enterprises around the world transition to greener energy sources, they’re confronted with a string of obstacles, like creating attainable ESG goals, ensuring energy security and innovating at scale. Discover how technology is helping them overcome these challenges and accelerate their no-carbon journey.

Alexander Verbeek

Director Institute for Planetary Security

Sriram Sundar

VP - Energy Core, Infosys