The next Commission will play a decisive role with respect to the future of European energy policy.
This event is aimed to discuss these issues and to draw some first conclusions on what should be the next Commission’s energy priorities.
- Session 1 will look at the challenges in delivering a cost-effective and competitive EU electricity system, and achieving the EU and Member States’ renewables targets whilst meeting the goals of competitiveness and energy security.
- Session 2 will look at the role of gas – natural, biomethane, green and low-carbon – in the EU’s long-term energy system:
- Session 3 will look at what will be the key infrastructure challenges moving forward, and what the next Commission will need to do to deal with them.
- Session 4 will look at the challenges facing the EU’s competition policy to evolve and to meet the rapid changes taking place on EU energy markets.
Miguel Arias Cañete | European Commissioner, Climate Action & Energy
Péter Kaderják | Minister of State for Energy Affairs and Climate Policy of Hungary
Among the confirmed speakers:
Jean-Michel Glachant | Florence School of Regulation
Christopher Jones | Florence School of Regulation
Andris Piebalgs | Florence School of Regulation
Paula Abreu Marques | European Commission, DG Energy
Florian Ermacora | European Commission, DG Energy
Jane Amilhat | European Commission, DG Energy
Thierry Bros | Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Giles Dickson | Wind Europe
The registration is on invitation only but will be opened to the public as of the 2nd of September 2019. The number of places is limited.