Achieving the Energy Union? Member States & the power sector in the spotlight
EURELECTRIC is organising a Conference, co-hosted by Polish Electricity Association (PKEE), at the Albert Hall in Brussels on 19 November immediately after the publication of the State of the Energy Union Report.
This event entitled “Achieving the Energy Union? Member States & the power sector in the spotlight” will offer a chance for discussion and will be an opportunity for a stimulating debate with high-level representatives from the European institutions and industry. Key note speeches will be delivered by Mr Buzek and VP Sefcovic.
The Member States shape the Energy Union and to a large extent determine the investment framework which underpins Europe’s future energy system. The power sector has a key role in taking the concrete measures which contribute to the achievement of European and national policy goals. The conference will examine the State of the Energy Union and address the next steps to achieve the Energy Union, including measures at the EU level, the Member States’ role in the process, and the power sector’s contribution. Member States’ political commitment to the regional cooperation and the European energy market is crucial for the further integration of the electricity market, and ensuring the development of renewables and security of supply. Successful examples, as well as barriers for cooperation, will therefore be presented and discussed.