Nexans Climate Day

For 120 years, Nexans has been a key player in the electrification of the world and has been committed to electrify the future in a sustainable way.

To go even further, in 2020, Nexans launched the first edition of the Climate Day, an international event bringing together a dozen of ecosystem expert speakers. The aim: raising awareness of climate challenges, sharing experiences, and providing concrete solutions for sustainable electrification.

The world is currently entering a new era where the need for global electrification is increasing. Therefore, Nexans is at the forefront of this electrical revolution to produce, transmit, distribute and use a sustainable electricity.

After the first edition in Paris, France, the Climate Day has been successfully repeated for two other editions in 2021 (Stockholm, Sweden) and 2022 (New York City, USA). This year, Nexans has chosen to organize the fourth edition of the Climate Day in Rabat, Morocco.

Climate Day 2024: "Sustainable electrification for energy transition, a real opportunity for Africa"

2024 | Rabat, Morocco

Can Africa overcome the lack of access to electricity in some of its regions and initiate a low-carbon transition? How can electrifying the continent play a positive impact on the economy and the environment? Above all, how to not only provide electricity from renewable sources but also ensure that communities have easy, affordable, and reliable access to it?

Some crucial issues to be raised by expert speakers, from Morocco’s government members to industry leaders, including institutions representatives.

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Climate Day 2022: "Sustainable solutions for the energy transition"

September 21st, 2022 | New York City, USA

The third edition of the Nexans Climate Day took place as part of the Climate Week NYC.

Can offshore wind help solve the energy crisis? What will the supply chain look like in the US for cleaner sources of energy?

Crucial topics such as next steps for addressing the challenge of climate change head on, the future of offshore wind and how it contributes to energy independence in the US, and building the US supply chain to facilitate the growing clean energy sector and increasing demand for electrification have been discussed.

The day featured key speakers and panelists from both the public and private sectors, from journalists to activists, including leaders in the field.

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Climate Day 2021: "Sustainable electrification – Making climate vision a reality"

September 21st, 2021 | Stockholm, Sweden

What will our new energy systems look like? What roadblocks are in our way? How can we transition safely without any stops in services for consumers? Will resources for materials last?

The ambition was to facilitate an open debate between different stakeholders and global energy experts around the challenges in driving the sustainable electrification of the world, and the key role of the energy sector in the fight against climate change.

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Climate Day 2020: "The call of the planet for a sustainable electrification"

September 22nd, 2020 | Paris, France

Climate change accelerates. The energy transition is underway. How to address the question of the sustainable electrification of the world?

Nexans launched its very first edition of the Climate Day in order to start imagining answers to the planet's call for sustainable electrification. The event put the issues of climate change, energy transition and sustainable electrification of the planet in the center of the discussion.

The starting point for the exchanges was the unprecedented global study by Roland Berger consultants about the challenges around the world’s electrification.

With the outstanding participation of world-renowned experts on the matter, as well as photographer and activist Yann Arthus-Bertrand, President of the GoodPlanet Foundation.

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