Invitation to a press briefing on Saving bluefin tuna - breakfast briefing on new EU rules on bluefin fishing and scandals in the fishery - Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament - European Parliament, Brussels
High-Level Conference on Energy and Climate
On 19 June, the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), the voice of the HVACR industry, is hosting a High-Level Conference on Energy and Climate.
The conference starts at 14.30 and ends at 18.00.
The conference will consist of two panels on the following themes:
- Where will the world be in 2030? Global perspectives on energy and climate politics.
- The world in 2030 - the practical outlook.
14.30-16.00 - PANEL ONE: where will the world be in 2030? Global perspectives on energy and climate politics
- Introduction by Andrea Voigt (EPEE) - CONFIRMED
- Moderated by a journalist: Barbara Lewis (Reuters) - CONFIRMED
1. The world in 2030: the role of energy by Tom Brookes (European Climate Foundation) - CONFIRMED
2. Member State perspective – Germany and its energy transition “era” by Professor Dr. Peter Hennicke (Wuppertal Institut) - CONFIRMED
3. Industry perspective – What place in 2030 for energy intensive industries? By the European Aluminium Association (EAA) - TBC
4. Emerging country perspective – Turkey and its strategic energy position by Sinan Ertay (Turkish Mission to the EU) – TBC
5. Global climate – The role of the United States by Dale Eppler (US Mission to the EU) - CONFIRMED
16.30-18.00 - PANEL TWO: The world in 2030 - practical outlook
1. Moderated by a journalist: Sonya van Renssen (Freelance) – CONFIRMED
2. Industry - Can “nearly Zero Energy Buildings” be achieved? By Kurt Emil Eriksen from the Alliance for Active House - CONFIRMED
3. Architecture - Sustainable buildings – By Michael Pawlyn from Exploration – CONFIRMED
4. European Commission - EU climate and energy policies in 2030: what opportunities for the industry? By Paul Hodson from European Commission (DG ENER) - CONFIRMED
The conference will be followed by a dinner on the same theme, and the keynote speaker will be Ambassador Arūnas Vinčiūnas, Deputy Permanent Representative , Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the EU - CONFIRMED
The conference will take place at Cercle de Lorraine, Place Poelaert 6, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
To register, please fill out the pre-registration form here.
Should you have any questions about the event, please contact the EPEE Secretariat.
Moderator: Sonja van Renssen, Journalist on EU-affairs
Registration (14:00 – 14:30)
Opening statements (14:30 – 14:50)
We are pleased to invite you at the conference:
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European Commission headquarters
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at the Mission of Switzerland to the European Union
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Gabi Zimmer, President GUE/NGL
Mikael Gustafsson, MEP GUE/NGL and Chair of FEMM Committee
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