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About the Venue

Rotterdam Ahoy is situated in the up-and-coming ‘Heart of South’ area. This venue is easily reached, whether you’re travelling by public transport, bicycle or car.

If you are travelling by public transport, metro and bus stop ‘Zuidplein’ are within walking distance (5 minutes). The trip to Rotterdam Ahoy will only take 11 minutes from the city centre. If you come to the city via the air, a combination of bus and metro will bring you to Rotterdam Ahoy quickly. Schiphol airport is only 26 minutes away from Rotterdam Central Station. And what’s more Dutch than riding a bicycle? Rotterdam Ahoy is easy and safe to get to for cyclists. The venue offers (unattended) parking for bicycles, just outside the Ahoy complex. For those who are travelling by car, Rotterdam Ahoy is located just off the A15 motorway and has its own parking area with a capacity of 2,000 spaces.

Rotterdam Ahoy


Ahoyweg 10, 3084 BA Rotterdam, Netherlands


The Netherlands and Rotterdam are the perfect location for hosting the 26th World Energy Congress.

About the city

Travel & Accommodation

Rotterdam’s strategic location in Western Europe make it an easily accessible city, with an excellent range of hotels to match your accommodation needs to your budget.

Travel & Accommodation

"I’m honoured to be joining so many visionary female leaders at the 26th World Energy Congress as we come together from all regions and industries to build a brighter future for people and the planet."

Sara Akbar

Chair and Chief Executive Officer, Oilserv Kuwait

"We know that net zero is not enough and at ACCIONA we have a planet-positive strategy and the provision of renewable energy is at the heart of regeneration. It's a privilege to be part of the 26th World Energy Congress and its vision to redesign energy for people and the planet."

Rafael Mateo

Chief Executive Officer, ACCIONA Energía

"At Qcells, we are committed to delivering clean energy worldwide through our cutting-edge solar technology. I look forward to bringing the voice of solar and storage and our perspective on how to grow this promising industry to the 2024 World Energy Congress."

Dr Danielle Merfeld

EVP and Global Chief Technology Officer at Qcells

"As a proud Patron of the World Energy Council, I’m delighted to be part of the next World Energy Congress as together we harness our collective experience and solutions to build a net zero energy future."

Luc Remont

Chairman & CEO, Electricité de France (EDF)

"A just transition, for Africa, will not be possible without access to sustainable finance, the pursuit of economic development goals and the empowerment of women. The 2024 World Energy Congress will be a unique opportunity to accelerate energy transitions in Africa and beyond."

Rolake Akinkugbe-Filani

Chief Commercial Officer, Mixta Africa (ARM Group)