Open Room is a community to promote unbiased, in-depth discussion of the energy transition.
Open digital space of knowledge and dissemination
Those who join Open Room can become active members of our community, led by renowned experts and institutions from the public sector, academic circles and society.
In Open Room you will find the latest information about hot issues and events related to the energy transition.
To promote an energy transition that is fast, inclusive, cost-effective, and committed to technological and industrial development.
Discover the key drivers of the energy transition
Open Room seeks to promote among an educated audience a rigorous, unbiased discourse on energy transition, based on competitiveness and technological neutrality. Community members have access to:
- Conferences and events to exchange knowledge and discuss the latest developments and trends in the area.
- Articles and reports prepared by energy transition experts.
- Contacts with similar profiles interested in sharing content and experiences.
Be part of Open Room and engage in e-networking
If you are a registered user of Open Room, you can sign up for our e-Networking and contact other users to share ideas, knowledge and experiences in the field of energy transition.
When you sign up, other users will be able to view your profile, check the topics you are interested in and contact you using the app.
You can sign out at any time. All the messages you have shared with other users will be deleted and your personal information will no longer be available to other members of our e-networking community.
Repsol Foundation Network of University Chairs on Energy TransitionOpen Room supports the Network of University Chairs made up of five prestigious universities producing knowledge and promoting clear and thorough society-oriented discussions on key issues to accelerate the energy transition in sustainable and fair ways.
This chair on sustainable mobility focuses on the assessment of the mobility-related carbon footprint and looks into ways to improve air quality and find emerging technologies for sustainable mobility.
It focuses on carbon capture and sequestration/storage systems and on the analysis of CO2 recovery and use systems and nature-based solutions (NbS).
This chair focuses on hydrogen and the key aspects of hydrogen production, storage, distribution and availability to end-users.
This circular economy chair focuses on secondary materials, critical raw materials in the energy industry, plastics strategies and decarbonisation initiatives in the industrial sector.
This chair explores the keys to industrial decarbonisation with the aim of drafting a road map for the transition to a competitive, carbon-free industry.