Brexit: What are the implications for climate and energy policy in the EU?

There has been an avalanche of reports and opinions on Brexit.  This CEPS Energy Climate House (ECH) meeting will feature a stakeholder discussion on practical implications of Brexit on energy and climate.  Recent and on-going work from CEPS and ECH will inform the debate alongside other panellists.

Registration and coffee from 10:30 - Meeting from 11:00 to 13:00.

A light lunch will be provided from 13:00 - This event is free of charge.

AGENDA

15
September 2016
Thursday
11:00-13:00

1090

Speakers

Michael Emerson
Associate Senior Research Fellow, CEPS
Alistair McGirr
European Affairs Manager, SSE
Milan Elkerbout
Researcher, CEPS ECH
Jonathan Gaventa
Director Energy Union, E3G
Dirk Buschle
Deputy Director, Energy Community and Energy Chair, College of Europe
Emmanuel Brutin
Head of European Affairs, National Grid

Chair

Christian Egenhofer
Director CEPS Energy Climate House (ECH)

Brexit: What are the implications for climate and energy policy in the EU?

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15
September 2016
Thursday
11:00-13:00
Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge. A sandwich lunch will be served from 13.00 onwards.

1090

CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels