1. Momir Đurović, Montenegro
Most of the energy we capture for use on Earth comes from the nuclear reactions on the Sun. Changes in energy systems have resulted due to the different periods of technological, economic and social advancements taking place by many actors at diverse locations. Energy systems are structured by many resour¬ces, technologies, users and infrastructures, driven by economics, resource availa¬bi¬tiies, public policies and social behaviour. Energy is one of the the clearest ex¬am¬ples of geopolitical issue. This paper will present possibilities that new energy tech¬no¬logies should provide at global level as well as how to deal with an unex¬pec¬ted events like, for example COVID 19, trade war, labor dispute, regulatory chan¬ges, supplier bankruptcy by transforming traditional linear supply chain model into digital supply networks (DSNs).