Energy Security Is Central To Geoeconomic Debates | Raisina Dialogue 2024 | Amitabh Kant

Raisina Dialogue 2024 | New Fuels, New Aspirations and a New Security: How Energy Access Shapes the World | The economics, politics and even internal cohesion of countries across the world—particularly in the Global South—depends on expanding their populations’ access to reliable energy. The green transition has complicated this effort but also opened new avenues for economic progress and job creation that would accompany an updated global energy order.

How has energy security become central to geoeconomic debates? 

How can opportunities with renewable energy solutions, electric vehicles, batteries and critical transition minerals advance development goals? What role does transition finance play? 

What global coalitions can be formed to enable countries to converge energy transition aspirations?

In Conversation:

Amitabh Kant, G20 Sherpa, India

Herbert Krapa, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy, Ghana  

Manal Shehabi, Founding Director, SHEER Research & Advisory Ltd; Associate Faculty Member, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Mounia Boucetta, Senior Fellow, Policy Center for the New South, Morocco

Timur Gül, Chief Energy Technology Officer, International Energy Agency, France


Kanika Chawla, Chief of Staff, Sustainable Energy for All, United States