The Athens Conference on European Energy Law is a joint initiative of the Energy Union Law Area of the Florence School of Regulation and the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute, which is designed to address the latest topics in energy regulation that are significant for Greece and the surrounding region, from both a legal and economic perspective. The conference, which will be the third year of the initiative, will bring together academics, institutional and NRA representatives and key market players.
This year, the conference will largely focus on the myriad issues surrounding the financing of the clean energy transition. This will include objectively assessing the allocation of financing and the role of the European financial and investment institutions, the privatisation of energy infrastructures and networks, and the funding of gas and electricity interconnections, among other topics.
More information and registration will follow.