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Complimentary
registration

GO DIGITAL ENERGY

Complimentary
registration


Go Digital Energy Conference
brings together the energy industry professionals who want to explore the ways to maximise the value of adopting digital tools to improve efficiency and drive sustainability. To help energy companies, non-governmental organisations, industry think-tanks, academia and media to benefit from the event our partners have allocated complimentary passes.

How to register for the event:

IMPORTANT- complimentary registration is available for offline participation in Amsterdam only.

What is included in the pass:

  • Full access to the 2-day event
  • Cocktail reception, lunches, and refreshments
  • Access to the attendee list and networking tools 3 days before the conference
  • Post-conference materials and presentations

*If you are invited by a partner or sponsor company - please choose the invitee from the dropdown menu in the form.


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