CHARGE Energy Branding Held for Third Time in Reykjavik

C-level speakers attending CHARGE conference on branding for the energy space, bringing together companies from both sides of the Atlantic, awarding the best Energy Brands in the world

CHARGE Energy Branding will be held in Harpa Conference Centre at the heart of Reykjavik this September. Bringing together people from the energy space from all over the world, the conference includes speakers from energy utilities, branding agencies and service providers to discuss best practices in branding and customer centricity in energy.

CHARGE was held for the first time in 2016 and is the brain-child of Dr Fridrik Larsen, who has presented a PhD dissertation that focuses on branding in the energy sector.

The conference has had as speakers C-level decision makers from some of the biggest energy companies in the world, founders of strong contenders that bring new ideas into the space, executives from some of the world’s largest consumer brands talking about sustainability, political leaders and other thought-provoking speakers.

This year brings together thought leaders to talk about topics such as Death of the Utility, Energy Space Invaders, Electric Mobility and the Sustainability of Sustainability.

The President of Iceland is scheduled to open the conference, and amongst invited speakers are Steffen Syvertsen – EVP, Agder Energy; Ari Sargent – CEO, Flux Federation; Mohsin Hassan – COO, Volterra Energy; Bruce Stewart – CMO, Current By GE; Steinar Bysveen – EVP, Statkraft; and James Ellsmore – Director and Co-founder of Solar Head of State.

The event also features the CHARGE Awards – where the World’s Best Energy Brands are rewarded in six categories, using unique criteria to measure and evaluate energy brands.

CHARGE is a hub of knowledge for energy professionals, located between North-America and Europe. Iceland provides a suitable bridge between continents with daily flights to over 60 locations worldwide.

The World Branding Forum is an official media partner of CHARGE Energy Branding.