Entitled ‘‘Energy Transition in Yachting: Opportunities & Limits’’ with some 20 speakers invited to talk on alternative energies R&D, low-carbon energy production on board and
yachting as a field for experimentation (registration required).
Following on from the first meeting in 2019, Mission Energy Transition Monaco, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Yacht Club de Monaco are co-organising a second Round Table. This initiative is an opportunity for representatives from the Monegasque government and institutions and neighbouring territories to talk directly to key players in the sector on developing hydrogen projects in the fields of maritime and land mobility. It is a hot topic as the European Commission has set a target to produce up to a million tonnes of green hydrogen by 2024.