On 28th November 2019 in Brussels Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in cooperation with the European Commission DG Energy is organising the Central European Day of Energy (CEDE). CEDE, as an annual event, that aims to consolidate a regional energy platform that reflects on the development of the European energy policy. Its purpose is to highlight the accomplishments of regional stakeholders as well as the challenges they face.
The fourth edition of CEDE entitled “Pathways of energy transition in Central Europe” will focus on the different strategies pursued by Central European Member States. In this regard, CEDE’s role is to elaborate on the national perspectives and examine how these strategies are translated into particular business activities of companies. During the event a policy paper on the dynamics of energy transition in Central Europe will be presented.
The keynote speeches will be delivered by Tomasz Dąbrowski, Deputy Minister of Energy of Poland; Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Deputy Director General, DG Energy; and Leszek Jesień, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CEEP.
During two panels discussion moderated by DG Energy officials Tudor Constantinescu and Łukasz Koliński the participants will debate the future of the generation portfolio in Central Europe, the way towards low carbon energy mixes, the need of implementation of just transition measures as well as the ways how to finance energy transition in using EU funds and the private financing sources.
Registration CEDE 2019: https://www.ceep.be/cede-2019/