Global Youth Engineering Climate Conference - 7 and 8 September 2021
Bringing creativity and science together to solve green energy solutions globally

Event registration

Register your attendance by filling out the form below.

Safeguarding notice: Please note that if you are registering for the conference and are under the age of 18 at the time of the conference, the one to one video chat function with exhibitors or other attendees will be disabled. You will be able to email exhibitors requesting information and fully participate in group discussions during workstream and plenary sessions.
To maximise opportunities to join this event across international time zones, the conference programme taking place during the afternoon/evening of day one and will be repeated the next morning. Translation support will be available.
Day and time you would like to attend
After the opening plenary session, you are welcome to register to join a live workstream session, visit our partners in the virtual exhibition area, browse the poster display area, or visit the networking space.

Each day, all four workstreams will commence at the same time during the programme and will be repeated shortly afterwards for the next group of delegates. 

You can choose to attend a maximum of two workstreams in succession, on the same day.


Content will be available on demand shortly, after the event.

To help us gauge demand, as an initial expression of interest, please indicate below which workstreams you are interested in attending live.

Closer to the event we will contact you again to confirm your workstream preferences.
Four interactive workstreams:

Want to contribute to the green future, but don't know what skills you need?
 
Perhaps your company is transitioning away from fossil fuels and you need new skills?
 
Maybe you're new to the energy industry and want to contribute to a greener future?
 
The ‘Green Skills, development and influencing’ workstream will answer these questions and more.

An interactive and diverse panel of energy companies, entrepreneurs, financiers, and developing nations will explore new skills re-discover ones you already have and look at how to  market your skills to others. You can be an agent of change by promoting green skills in your professional and personal life.
 
We understand the need for a cleaner energy system… Don’t we?

We are committed to making changes in our day-to-day lives to achieve long term sustainability… Aren’t we?

We need to decarbonise our communities. You may already feel that happening where you live, or you may feel a lack of progress.

Our ‘Low Carbon Community Council’ will explore how to decarbonise our communities, and how to make sustainable change, including views from experts in local community programmes and green energy projects. We will also explore how you can drive change, irrespective of where your community is on their decarbonisation journey.


How do products you buy, habits you form, and careers you pursue add up to make a global impact?

Join us to learn about your personal impact and how individual changes can drive decarbonisation.

This workstream will use an exciting game of trivia to expand your knowledge on the continuously changing energy landscape.


Throughout the game, industry experts will offer insights about the lessons they've learned along the way and provide action items for increasing your own individual impacts. By participating in this game of trivia, you will be equipped to make more impactful decisions to contribute towards a greener world.


The goals are clear. We must achieve net zero globally by mid-century and adapt to protect communities and natural habitats. The question is, how can we work together to achieve these goals? How can we come together to create an inclusive and diverse environment working towards a common goal while still being cognizant of our own individual and local challenges?

The Global Zero Carbon Energy System session will tour you around the globe as we explore how different countries and cultures are approaching the low carbon energy system. Let this conversation act as a springboard to in-depth questions and idea sharing as we work in unison to achieve the most paramount goal of our generation, zero carbon energy systems.

During this global tour we will learn the innovative ways that people in different areas of the world are working towards the same common goals. Through this global macro view, we will gain insight into creating an affordable clean energy future together.
 
Which workstream do you want to attend?
Please note that the schedule and content are subject to change.
Disclaimer

General Data Protection Regulation Disclaimer:

By providing your personal data, you are authorising National Grid to retain this information on its systems only, including any commissioned specifically for this event, designed and operated by a nominated third party acting as our principal and retained to do so. In both cases, data will be collected in the context of the National Grid COP26 Global Youth Engineering Climate Conference 2021 and not to be shared with any other third party organisations or for any other purpose, outside of the organisation and execution of this specific event as detailed on the event pages of www.nationalgrid.com. 

At the conference close, on-demand content will be available for a limited period during which interval, your data will be retained to provide continuing access to materials. After this point it will be erased from our systems.

Only data pertinent to your conference experience will be collected, the accuracy of which will reflect the data submitted at the point of registration.

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If at any time, you require changes to be made to the data held by National Grid or for it to be erased from our systems please contact: [email protected]


Please note. This event is an open, bookable forum, the content of which will be available for a limited period on demand after the event. As such, any information you share, whether as an active audience member, speaker, or panellist, should be viewed as being in the public domain.

Contact us

Please contact us if you have any questions about the conference.

Our Partners

A wide range of international partners will also be hosting virtual exhibition stands and display areas covering a broad spectrum of green energy thinking and best practice.

See our partners