Energy Transition

The once long-term goals for lowering carbon emissions and achieving Net Zero have now become present day needs. Energy transition and the focus on alternative energy sources and energy technologies is driving corporate discussions and government regulations. Mayer Brown’s Energy, ESG and Projects & Infrastructure teams are at the forefront of such discussions as we advise our clients, across industries, on their energy transition projects.

We hope you will enjoy our Energy Transition Webinar Series and that you will visit regularly as we continue to add new content.

Introduction

Batteries

9 March 2022 - The Critical Minerals of Batteries

9 March 2022 - Utility Scale Battery Storage: Takeaways from the European Experience to Date

9 March 2022 - Current State of Battery Play in Asia

Hydrogen

5 April 2022 - Hydrogen Outlook in the UK

5 April 2022 - Hydrogen Outlook in Latin America

 

Introduction

 

 

 

Batteries

The Critical Minerals of Batteries

This webinar explores the accessibility and production of raw materials for the global battery industry and the financing of mining projects for battery metals.

 

 

Utility Scale Battery Storage: Takeaways from the European Experience to Date

This webinar explores the evolution of the battery storage market from technology innovation and business models to battery storage as an infrastructure asset class and key considerations from financing to regulatory to learning curve and market maturity within the European market.

 

 

Current State of Battery Play in Asia

This webinar explores the role of battery storage within the renewable energy mix and the opportunities and challenges for its roll-out throughout Southeast Asia.

 

 

Hydrogen

Hydrogen Outlook in the UK

This webinar explores the role of hydrogen in the UK’s low carbon future, particularly with respect to power, transportation and heating.

 

Hydrogen Outlook in Latin America

This webinar explores the role of hydrogen within the energy transition and its challenges. Are the regulatory support mechanisms enough to make hydrogen a viable option throughout the Latin American countries and within Brazil?