The Vienna Forum on European Energy Law is an annual joint initiative of the FSR Energy Law and Policy Area and the Energy Community Secretariat. The forum is designed to promote discussion on the most challenging energy issues currently facing the EU Member States and the countries of Eastern and South-Eastern Europe from both a legal and economic perspective, while also critically examining the opportunities that integration with the EU energy market presents.
The initiative intends to bring together representatives from EU institutions, academics, and representatives from regulatory authorities alongside industry members and energy-focused law firms and consultancies.
This year, the event will open with an evening reception on 4th May at the Consitutional Court, Vienna, with a high-level debate on energy and geopolitics.
This will be followed by a full day of discussion on 5th May at the Supreme Court, Vienna, which will include issues such as the Commission’s new energy market design, the renewable and energy efficiency package, market integration and market governance, and cyber security and the possible threats it poses to the security of supply.
Participation Fee: €250
Please note, FSR Energy and FSR Energy Law Donors are exempt from the fee, as are invited representatives of Energy Community Contracting Parties (upon confirmation with the Energy Community Secretariat)
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