Shifting into a higher gear for Central and South East European energy market integration

The expansion of mandate beyond natural gas of the Central and South Eastern Europe Gas Connectivity (CESEC) in areas such as market coupling, electricity trading, renewable energy and energy efficiency has brought a new impetus to the implementation of regional energy policy cooperation and stakeholder engagement. The meeting will address how these new developments will influence the integration of regional energy markets.

The panel discussion is part of the work of CEPS Energy Climate House on Central and South-East Europe regional energy cooperation, which includes the Regionalisation of EU Energy Policies initiative and the C&SEE Business Forum on Energy

 

Please see the speech of Maroš Šefčovič on the future of CESEC!

 

2
February 2017
Thursday
16:00-18:00

Programme

AGENDA          

EVENT REPORT

Speakers

Maroš Šefčovič
Vice President Energy Union, European Commission
Mihnea Constantinescu
Ambassador-at-Large, Special Representative for Energy Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Romania
Andrey Kovatchev
Member of the Presidency of the European Parliament (Quaestor)
Janez Kopač
Director,Energy Community Secretariat,Vienna
Julian Popov
Fellow,European Climate Foundation,former Minister for Environment,Bulgaria

Chair

Christian Egenhofer
Director, CEPS Climate House

Shifting into a higher gear for Central and South East European energy market integration

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2
February 2017
Thursday
16:00-18:00
Registration is closed for this event
Hilton Brussels Grand Place