Stakeholder workshop on corporate sourcing of renewable energy

CEPS, in cooperation with COWI, is conducting a study for the European Commission’s DG ENER on “Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy”. The study aims to answer two key questions:

• What are the drivers of, and constraints on, the corporate sector's transition to renewable energy?
• What is the impact of renewable energy on the competitiveness of EU companies?

Deepening our knowledge of the opportunities and challenges for EU companies sourcing renewable energy or aspiring to do so will help reap the full potential of corporate sourcing of renewables and contribute to the green energy transition by allowing for more effective policy interventions at the EU and national levels. 

In this context, CEPS is hosting a stakeholder workshop to present the preliminary findings of the study. These have been based on comprehensive consultation activities including interviews with key EU and national players, an online survey with corporates and case studies examining the point of view of buyers.

Please click here for the agenda.



Competitiveness of corporate sourcing of renewable energy - Felice Simonelli

Cost competitive renewable energy - Bruce Douglas

Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy - Cillian O'Donoghue

Google’s Renewable Energy Purchasing in Europe - Devon Swezey

January 2019



Bruce Douglas
Coordinator, RE-Source Platform
Devon Swezey
Global Energy Markets, Google
Florie Gonsolin
Manager Energy and Climate, CEFIC
Cillian O’Donoghue
Energy & Climate Change Manager, Eurometaux
Felice Simonelli
Senior Research Fellow and Head of Policy Evaluation, CEPS


Ruud Kempener
Policy Officer, DG ENER, European Commission
Christian Egenhofer
Senior Research Fellow and Head of the Energy and Climate Programme, CEPS

Stakeholder workshop on corporate sourcing of renewable energy

January 2019
Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge.


CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels