The Knowledge and Networking Platform for Energy Brands
September 30th & October 1st
Two Days of Inspiration
Be part of the global energy branding community at the fourth CHARGE Energy Branding conference. CHARGE is the only event which brings together people in and around the energy space to discuss topics such as communication, strategy, marketing and sustainability and innovation through the lens of branding. Gain a new perspective from energy brands and fresh ideas from people from outside the energy space.
The first day of the conference will focus on the vision energy brands have for their own business and the energy sector as a whole.
Powershop is arguably one of the most innovative and disruptive brands that have emerged within the energy space. The New-Zealand founded online energy retailer is the fastest growing company in the country since forever. Charging the Energy Brand Source: Branding Blog
When your only point of differentiation is price – you are peddling a commodity. Once you are differentiating by creating a perception in the mind of a consumer – you have a product. There is a simple key to a branding strategy. To have a commodity make the leap into branding, consumers have to be […]
Customer experience is proving to be more important than ever. Utilities must optimize a positive digital experience for their customers by constantly re-evaluating new approaches and learn from best cases in other industries and adapt them to the needs of the energy customer. The customer at the centre As discussed in last week’s blog post, […]
Sponsors & Partners
CHARGE offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities from which to choose to fit within any budget. Act quickly to give your company the greatest opportunity to make an impact on the 2019 CHARGE conference attendees.
Thanks to the following organisations who have already agreed to be 2019 sponsors:
Landsvirkjun, the National Power Company of Iceland, is Iceland’s largest electricity generator and one of the ten largest producers of renewable energy in Europe. Landsvirkjun operates 17 power plants in Iceland concentrated on five main areas of operation.
HS Orka is an electrical utility which operates two geothermal power plants, Svartsengi power plant by the Blue Lagoon and the Reykjanes power plant.
On orka náttúrunnar
ON Power is an Icelandic power company headquartered in Reykjavík that produces and sells electricity to industry and households by harnessing renewable, mainly geothermal, resources.
Northern Lights Sponsor
An international energy company with about 12,000 employees.
Cornerstone Energy Solutions
Northern Lights Sponsor
Cornerstone Energy Solutions is a solutions provider in energy and security.