LF Energy Spring Summit 2021: Lighting Up the Future

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To avert the worst of the climate crisis the decarbonization of our power systems leads the way. We have ten years. With a greener grid we can wholly embark on the electrification of automobiles decarbonization of our built environments and the electrification of trucking. Together these four sectors will represent approximately 75 of the journey to remain below 1.5C.

Hosted within The Linux Foundation LF Energy leads the way by bringing together stakeholders to solve the complex interconnected problems associated with the decarbonization of energy and sector coupling through neutral governance an open collaborative community and using resilient secure and flexible open source software.

Join us at our April 14th event and be part of the movement.

The LF Energy Spring Summit 2021 is a half-day virtual event that will take place in two time segments on April 14th April 15th in AsiaAustralia to accommodate a global audience. Visit us and register at httpsevents.linuxfoundation.orglf-energy-spring-summitregister. Standard registration is 50USD.

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