22-23 May 2024

Eurelectric Power Summit

#PowerSummit24 #LightsOn

about the event

Power Summit - Lights on

Throughout our daily lives we often take electricity for granted. Whether it is to deliver online education throughout a global pandemic, charge your smartphone to keep in touch with family, or simply keep the lights on, electricity is there.

As our society progresses and as we continue to decarbonise, electricity will become ever more present. It will power your car. It will heat your home. It will power ever smarter solutions, and it will come from a wide range of decentralised clean energy sources. More electricity will be needed for greater decarbonisation.

Keeping the lights on, though, needs the right enablers. As electrification accelerates, the grid that delivers it needs to be expanded and digitalised. Keeping the lights on cannot be taken for granted anymore. At Power Summit 2024, we will be discussing the challenges we face and the opportunities there are to keep the lights on.


Lagonissi, Greece


22-23 May 2024

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Taking place in the beautiful Lagonissi resort with an extensive business and social programme.


Nurture relationships at the highest levels of European power sector – CEOs, industry peers, policymakers and media

Reports Launch

Be among the first to hear the findings of 3 major Eurelectric studies: the highly anticipated Grids4Speed, Digitalisation and Power Plant 2.0

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Confirmed speakers

Maria da Graça Carvalho

Minister of the Environment and Energy, Portugal

Maria da Graça Carvalho

Maria da Graça Carvalho is currently Minister of the Environment and Energy in Portugal. Former member of the European Parliament, she is vice-chair of the Fisheries Committee (PECH), a full Member of Industry, Research and Energy committee (ITRE) and a substitute member of Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) and Women’s Rights (FEMM) committees. She was a senior advisor to Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas, from November 2014 to December 2015. Previously, she was a member of the European Parliament between July 2009 and May 2014. In that capacity, she was one of the rapporteurs of Horizon 2020. She was also Principal Adviser to President Barroso in the fields of Science, Higher Education, Innovation, Research Policy, Energy, Environment and Climate Change from 2006 to 2009. She served as a Minister of Science and Higher Education of the XV Constitutional Government of Portugal and Minister of Science, Innovation and Higher Education of the XVI Constitutional Government. She is a Full Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico (University of Lisbon).

Alexandra Sdoukou

Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy, Greece

Alexandra Sdoukou

Alexandra Sdoukou is a lawyer and has served as a legal consultant in both the private sector and public administration. In 2007, she was formally employed by the Management Organisation Unit of Development Programmes (MOU S.A.).

She holds a Law degree from Democritus University of Thrace, complemented by postgraduate degrees in European Commercial Law from the University of Bristol and in International and European Economic Studies from the Athens University of Economics and Business.

From 2004 to 2012, she held significant advisory roles within various ministries, including the Ministries of Economy and Finance, Development and Environment, and Energy. From 2012 to 2015, she served as the Director of the Minister's Office of Environment, Energy, and Climate Change.

Her extensive expertise lies in the formulation, execution, and supervision of energy policies. Notably, from 2017 to 2019, she served as a special advisor on energy and mineral resources matters to Mr. Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the President of New Democracy Party. From July 2019 until June 2023, she held the position of Secretary General for Energy and Mineral Resources (GSEMR) at the Hellenic Ministry of Environment and Energy.

On June 27, 2023, she was appointed as Deputy Minister of Environment and Energy.

Liu Zehong

Executive Vice Chairman, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO)

Liu Zehong

Mr. Liu Zehong is now the Executive Vice Chairman of Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation Organization (GEIDCO). As a leading expert in high-voltage power technology and project engineering, he previously served as the Executive Vice President of State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC).

He has long been dedicated to the R&D of Extra/Ultra High Voltage (EHV/UHV) transmission technology and equipment, presided over the construction of dozens of EHV/UHV transmission projects, including the world-leading ±1100 kV UHVDC Zhundong-Wannan transmission project, and the first HVDC power grid in the world, i.e. ±500 kV Zhangbei DC grid project. His contributions have promoted the large-scale development of clean energy and the power  transmission from the west to the east of China.

Mr. Liu is the recipient of the 2017 IEEE PES Uno Lamm HVDC Award and the 14th Guanghua Engineering S&T Prize of China.

Attila Steiner

State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy, Ministry of Energy, Hungary

Attila Steiner

A graduate of economics of the Corvinus University in Budapest, Attila Steiner was appointed as the State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy at the Ministry of Energy, in December 2022.

Prior to his appointment, he worked as the State Secretary for the Development of Circular Economy, Energy and Climate Policy at the Ministry for Innovation and Technology, and before that as the State Secretary for EU Affairs at the Ministry of Justice. Earlier stations of his career include the position of a political advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office, where his work focused on energy policy. Previously, he served as a political advisor in the European Parliament, also in the field of energy policy.


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about the venue

Grand Resort Lagonissi

The 2024 Power Summit, hosted by PPC, will take place on the beautiful grand peninsula of the Athenian Riviera (situated 40 mins from Athens centre). For further information on the location and other practical details please look at our FAQ.


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Emily O’Leary
Head of Events
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