Tackling the global energy and climate crisis will require cleaner and more resilient energy systems. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), at least half of global CO₂ emission reductions required to reach net zero by 2050 rely on clean energy technologies yet to reach full commercialisation. To achieve 2050 targets, digital technologies like AI and next-generation communication networks can accelerate the clean energy transition through greater efficiency, lower costs, and more advanced supply chain innovation. This panel discussion analyses the relationship between AI, the Internet of Things (IoT) and underlying connectivity infrastructure, and their implications for efficient energy systems. It explores the policy opportunities and challenges presented by AI-enabled and smart energy grids and the underlying connectivity that helps countries leverage the green and digital “twin transitions” in support of their climate goals. It will provide an overview of the state of clean energy systems, examples of enabling technologies that support energy resilience, and share best practices from across jurisdictions.
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