Please join the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center virtually on Wednesday, April 27, from 10:00am – 11:00am EDT for a conversation with National Grid Chief Executive Officer, Mr. John Pettigrew as part of the Global Energy Center’s CEO Series.

At a time when concerns around energy security, climate action, and volatile global energy markets are intensifying, the need to seek sustainable solutions which meet our future energy needs is crucial. As one of the world’s largest electricity and fuel transmission companies, National Grid has been a leader in building viable solutions to realize an energy-secure, net-zero energy system. In this fireside chat, Mr. Pettigrew will focus on opportunities for hydrogen and offshore wind in the United States, and how these opportunities can help facilitate energy security within the transition to a net-zero energy future.

The Global Energy Center promotes energy security by working alongside government, industry, civil society, and public stakeholders to devise pragmatic solutions to the geopolitical, sustainability, and economic challenges of the changing global energy landscape. The Global Energy Center CEO Series aims to draw on the insights of top CEO’s shaping the future of energy, climate change, and advanced technologies. Previous participants in this series include the CEOs of TotalEnergies, Siemens, Engie, Tellurian, Orsted, and Eni, among others.

This discussion will take place on Zoom, which is accessible through your web browser, the Zoom desktop or mobile app, and by phone. To receive the event information, please register below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to watch the event.

A conversation with

Mr. John Pettigrew
Chief Executive Officer
National Grid

Moderated by

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The Global Energy Center promotes energy security by working alongside government, industry, civil society, and public stakeholders to devise pragmatic solutions to the geopolitical, sustainability, and economic challenges of the changing global energy landscape.