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Event Invitation

We are proud to announce that on 8th April, under the leadership of the Centre for European Policy Studies Energy & Climate House (CEPS ECH), we are supporting the organisation of an event in Brussels focusing on "Moving towards a Low-Carbon Economy in South-eastern Europe: Regulation, finance and investment."

This event is the beginning of a series of CEPS ECH activities in this field.

The objectives of the event are to:

focus on 'low carbon' challenges given the prevalence of coal, e.g. security of supply, affordability/energy poverty, investment in low-carbon technology.
highlight the importance of securing investment and regulatory predictability as essential elements in the transition to a low-carbon economy in the context of the European Commission's Long Term Decarbonisation Strategy (LTS).

To register, please follow this link: https://crm.ceps.eu/civicrm/event/register?id=1486&reset=1&_ga=2.227503006.2042222799.1553779930-1216230771.1535979696

To view more details regarding the agenda and the speakers, please see below or follow this link: https://www.ceps.eu/events/moving-towards-low-carbon-economy-south-eastern-europe-regulation-finance-and-investment

Agenda

All speakers are confirmed

13:00-14:00 Light lunch

14:00 Welcome

Christian Egenhofer, Director CEPS Energy Climate House

Mihai Paun, Vice President, Romanian Energy Centre

Kyriakos Gialoglou, Greek Energy Forum

Moderators: Christian Egenhofer, Director CEPS ECH and Julian Popov, European Climate Foundation

14:10 Opening: SEE region perspective for 2050 low-carbon economy

László Szabó, Director of REKK, SEERMA

Grigoris Krallis, Senior Sector Engineer, Energy Department, EIB

Barbara Diz, Policy Officer, DG Energy, European Commission

14:40 Discussion

15:00 Session 1: Challenges and Opportunities to achieve the 2050 low-carbon Economy

· Challenges and opportunities

· Transition period to prepare for EU 2050

· Best practices and case study presentation

Speaker:

Eero Ailio, Adviser for energy transition and local governance, DG Energy (Dir. B), European Commission

Stakeholder comment:

Claudiu Negrisan, Deputy Director, Bioenergy Suceava
Nikolaos Keramidas, EU Affairs Director, Mytilineos S.A.
Ivo Prokopiev, Co-founder Solar-Pro Holding
Razvan Grecu, Head of Strategy & Market Intelligence, ENGIE Romania

15:30 Discussion

15:50 Break

16:10 Session 2: Improving the investment framework

Investment framework – barriers to investment
Possible solutions, best practices and case study presentation
What is needed to invest in energy (i.e. clear regulatory framework in the long term, protection of investments)

Speakers:

Gwilym Jones, Head of Brussels Office, EBR
Jorge Nunez-Ferrer, Senior Research Fellow,

Stakeholder comment:

Olivier Marquette, Director General, AES Bulgaria
Claudia Brandus, Director, Regulatory Affairs, ENEL Romania
Kyriako Gialoglou, Greek Energy Forum

17:00 Discussion

17:20 Closing: Marion Perelle, Member of Cabinet Commissioner Miguel Arias Cañete for Climate Action and Energy European Commission

17:35 End of meeting

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