Please note: This workshop has been cancelled.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, unfortunately, this workshop will no longer take place as planned. More details on an alternative arrangement will be posted shortly.
Thank you for your understanding.
In this workshop, we will bring together experts from EU institutions, academia and practice to critically evaluate the role of state aid in the rapidly changing EU energy environment, from a legal, economic and industry perspective.
In particular, we will focus on:
The audience in attendance will be composed of academics, representatives from EU institutions, governing bodies, NRAs and competition authorities, industry and practice, and NGOs. Built into the programme will be ample time for open discussion among panellists and with those in attendance.
The workshop will follow Chatham House rules to allow for free discussion.
Participation in this workshop is open and without a fee. However, due to limited places, priority will be given to FSR Energy Union Law Donors and invited guests.
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