Energy Union

Which challenges lie ahead to achieve well functioning internal and external dimensions?

12 May 2015, 10.00 – 12.00, registration and welcome coffee from 09.30

Radisson Blu EU Hotel, Brussels, Rue d’Idalie 35, 1050 Brussels



 

The ambition to create a European Energy Union derives from several different perspectives, where efforts to reduce Europe's energy dependency is one. Another perspective is potential large-scale economies that could benefit the European economy. The Lisbon treaty gave a legal base but the current differences among the member states are vital and many potential conflicts are still outside of the EU’s competence. Will the European Union be able to succeed in creating a well functioning European Energy Union?

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Speaker line-up

Fredrick Federley Member of the European Parliament, ITRE Committee

Juraj Nociar Head of Cabinet of Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič, Energy Union, European Commission

Bart Van Vooren Senior Associate – EU Regulatory & Trade, ALTIUS

Nick Mabey Chief Executive and Founder Director of E3G (Third Generation Environmentalism)

Vera Brenzel Head of EU Representative Office, E.ON

Moderator: Prof Sami Andoura Senior Research Fellow, Jacques Delors Institute

 

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