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Realigning EU climate & energy policy for the new state of the world

 

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The energy crisis that first struck Europe in the Summer of 2021 has worsened significantly over the past months to become one to remember. While it appears similar in magnitude to the oil shocks of the 1970s, the recent crisis has some clear distinguishing features.

European Climate Foundation (ECF) and Florence School of Regulation (FSR) teamed up to investigate the issue, with a core group of policy experts from October 2021 to May 2022. Together we have examined three major questions: 1) What are the key characteristics of these times of crisis in relation to EU energy and its energy transition? 2) What are the new policy priorities, in the short term (2022-2023) and in the long run (2024-2030, and beyond)? 3) Is the current EU energy policy governance still fit for the new challenges that we face?

We would like to discuss all this in-depth with various representatives of the EU landscape (Commission, Parliament, Professional Stakeholders, Think-Tanks and Academia) in an event that will be held in presence in Brussels and live-streamed online, on Friday 17 June (9.30-12.45 CEST).

In the meantime, we are finalizing the writing of our ‘Policy Highlights’: “Between crises and decarbonisation: aligning EU energy and climate policy for a new state of the world”, to be released on Monday 13 June.

PLEASE NOTE: The event is open to the public – attendees are encouraged to join the debate and engage with the invited speakers. The attendance is free of charge but subject to registration and dependent on seats’ availability. People unable to attend the event physically will be able to watch the live stream online. Registration is required both for online and in-person attendance.

Agenda:

9.00 – 9.30 Welcome coffee

9.30 – 9.40 General introduction

Laurence Tubiana | European Climate Foundation

Jean-Michel Glachant | Florence School of Regulation

9.40 – 10.25 Session 1: The new state of the world: what key characteristics?

Moderator: Nicolò Rossetto | Florence School of Regulation

Introductory remarks: Jean-Michel Glachant | Florence School of Regulation

Discussant: Georg Zachmann | Bruegel

Q&A

10.25 – 11.10 Session 2: The new state of the world: what policy priorities for the EU?

Moderator: Andreas Rüdinger | Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations

Introductory remarks: Ronnie Belmans | KU Leuven

Discussants:

Kristian Ruby | Eurelectric

Manuel García | Ministry for the Ecological Transition

Q&A

11.10 – 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30 Session 3: The new state of the world: what process and governance to make it work?

Moderator: Laurence Tubiana | European Climate Foundation

Introductory remarks: Leigh Hancher | Florence School of Regulation

Discussant:

Stefano Grassi | European Commission

Q&A

12.30 – 12.45 General Conclusion

Laurence Tubiana | European Climate Foundation

Jean-Michel Glachant | Florence School of Regulation

12.45 – 14.00 Light buffet lunch

 

Read the paper: Between crises and decarbonisation: realigning EU climate and energy policy for the new “State of the World” 

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Hotel Martin
80 Boulevard Charlemagne, B-1049
Brussels, B-1049 Belgium

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Jean-Michel Glachant
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