1 - 3 July 2024
Allianz MiCo - Milano Convention Centre
Milan, Italy

Why submit a paper?

The GET call for papers offers an important opportunity for technical experts and executives to exchange best practices, share ideas, create opportunities and resolve challenges on the pathway to net-zero. Papers will be presented as part of the conference programme in moderated, seminar style sessions. Abstracts should be no more than 500 words in length.

Content: The abstract title should clearly describe the presentation’s primary content in no more than 500 words.

Sector and Category: Select the category and sub-category that best describes your abstract. A primary choice is required. If you believe your abstract is relevant to more than one category, choose the category of best fit.

Supporting Information: You should include as much information as possible in your abstract. If you would like to submit additional supporting materials (diagrams, charts, visualisations) you are encouraged to do so. These files should not be submitted in lieu of a detailed abstract. Submissions that do not include a detailed abstract will not be considered for selection.

Presenter: Abstracts must be accompanied by a presenter profile. The proposed speaker should be a good orator who can successfully convey and present information to an international audience in a live and interactive setting.

Call for papers categories:

Climate technologies

  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Carbon utilisation
  • Direct air capture
  • Methane reduction technology
  • Recycling and recovery

Commercial value propositions

  • Green commodities
  • International pricing mechanisms
  • Public procurement (evaluating low carbon footprint of products)
  • The Green Premium Valuing low carbon products


  • Artificial Intelligence in the energy transition
  • Digitalised construction
  • Digitalised design
  • Digital economy
  • Digital twins
  • Operations and remote monitoring


  • Carbon footprint
  • Emissions monitoring
  • Emissions reduction policies
  • Monetising emissions measurement
  • Monitoring and verification solutions

Energy transition infrastructure and supply chain

  • Access to critical minerals
  • Access to labour markets and skills for the energy transition
  • Calculating the impact of the energy transition
  • Infrastructure implications
  • Unintended consequences of the energy transition

Environmental, Social, Governance

  • Sustainable and ethical business impact
  • Improved corporate governance
  • Improved project governance
  • Local content management
  • Minority owned businesses in the supply chain
  • Safeguarding local economies and workforces


  • Attracting future finance and funding
  • Funding carbon projects
  • Funding hydrogen projects
  • Funding new technologies
  • New approaches to financing and investment models
  • Risk management

Low carbon gases

  • Ammonia
  • Hydrogen economy
  • Hydrogen infrastructure
  • Hydrogen technology
  • Low-carbon LNG
  • Methanol
  • Synthetic methane

Market development

  • Business development and establishing new markets
  • Energy switching in hard-to-abate sectors
  • Global coal substitution
  • Market demand and macroeconomic change

Production and use of alternative/renewable energy:

  • Agri-feedstock
  • Alternative/Sustainable fuels
  • Bio-fuels
  • Bio-refineries
  • Biomass E-fuels
  • Green LNG
  • Hydroelectric
  • Nuclear
  • Offshore wind PV applications
  • Waste conversion


  • Energy policy and regulatory approaches
  • Guaranteeing the sustainability of the transition
  • Navigating new policy environments
  • New net-zero standards and taxonomies
  • Permitting Policy and politics in regulation

Roadmaps to net-zero and sustainable business models

  • Achieving accountability
  • Business strategies
  • Circular economy
  • Country strategies
  • Energy transition in emerging markets


  • Carbon markets
  • Emissions trading schemes