Greece: HAEE 4th Annual Symposium about Energy Transition is SA Europe

The HAEE – Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (Greek affiliate of the IAEE – The International Association for Energy Economics) – is organizing its 4th Annual Symposium that will take place at Divani Caravel Hotel, in Athens, Greece, between 6 and 8 May 2019, and will focus on challenging energy, economic and environmental issues.

The Conference aims at providing an international forum for the exchange of ideas, research results, and experiences among experts and professionals engaged in academic, business, government, national and international organizations, working in all areas related to energy, environment and economy.

It is an undeniable fact that we are witnessing a new evolving era in the global energy scene. This volatile environment poses serious questions, challenges and opportunities for countries, industries, professionals and academics. Apart from globally oriented concerns, the Conference will focus on the European energy sector which should constantly cope with uncertainties in the South-Eastern European region, which is a very sensitive area due to continuously changing geopolitical and social conditions.

We are pleased to announce that we anticipate to host more than 100 Paper presentations, and about 100 plenary speakers, where CEOs and Senior Executives of leading energy firms and Directors of key institutions – European and International – such as DG Energy, DG Environment, EPRINC and IFC, and policy makers and political leaders from Greece and abroad, will present and debate their views. As such, numerous projects and investment opportunities will be discussed, as well as the possibility of major international energy players to participate in the Greek energy market.

Learn more about the event.

EnergyWorld Media will support as Media Partner the international event “Energy Transition IV SE Europe and beyond”.

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