This is one of the key takeaways from the Roundtable Energy and Storage that took place on the 14th of January as part of the World Systemic Forum (WSF) 2023. Hosted within the Test Gallery in Flums, Switzerland, the WSF aims to address the global challenges that we are facing and brings together forward-thinking minds to bring about a global paradigm shift. The panels are led by some of the most influential thinkers and transformers of our day; where hard topics are brought to table and an environment of no questions going unasked is encouraged. The main theme for the 2023 event was „No Collaboration Without Communication”.
This years’ participants were from diverse business backgrounds, are leading experts in their fields and ardently believe in change. They met to discuss the topic of energy and storage within the themes of barriers and policy, security and technology, sustainability and education, economy, lessons learned and best practices.
Our heartfelt thanks go to our participants Anke Weidenkaff, Britta Buchholz, Sweta Chakraborty, Marten Jensen, Torge Wendt, Walter Kreisel, Andreas Bett, Markus Forstmeier, Burkhard Holder, and last but not least to Rudolf Hilti who hosted the World Systemic Forum.
A Summary of the Roundtable Energy and Storage has been created, which was handed over to the ruling Prime Minister of Liechtenstein, Dr. Daniel Risch within 24 hours. From there the journey continued at the World Economic Forum 2023 in Davos where the findings and proposed solutions were shared and intensively discussed with partners.
The WSF Summary of the Roundtable Energy and Storage can be downloaded via Downloads & Links above.