Workshop Brno: Challenges, Perspectives and Obstacles of the European Energy Sector

 

e-turn21

The Challenges, Perspectives and Obstacles
of the European Energy Sector with regard to a Sustainable Energy path:
creating a compromise among European Energy actors

Expert-Workshop in Brno
8th June 2006

Programm:

09:30 Check In
10:00
Welcome Address
Sebastian Gallehr, European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)


10:15
Part I: Introduction to the Project e-turn21
The Challenges and Obstacles of the European Energy Sector with Regard to a Sustainable Energy Path: Creating a Compromise among European Energy Actors
Julio Lambing, European Business Council for Sustainable Energy (e5)
10:45
Part II: Meeting the Challenge: European or National Approach
Short Statements of the Participants
11:15
Part III: Progressive, Controversial, Compromise Positions of the different National Energy Sectors
1. Vision of State Energy Policy (SEP)
Josef Votruba, Ministry of Industry and Trade
2. ČEZ‘s View of the Energy Supply for the Czech Society in 2050
Jiří Kobosil, ČEZ, a. s.
13:45
Lunch
14:45
Part III: Progressive, Controversial, Compromise Positions of the different National Energy Sectors
3. External Costs from Energy Production in the Central and Eastern European Countries
Jan Melichar, Charles University Environment Center
4. The European Commission’s Green Paper on Energy Policy: „A European Strategy for Sustainable, Secure and Competitive Energy“
Julio Lambing, e5 (substituting Jean Claude Schwartz (DG TREN C1))
16:45 Final Discussion
18:00 End

 

Venue:
Hotel International Brno

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Participation:
Representatives of energy supplier companies, NGOs, politics and science
No participation fee, but application necessary.
By interest, please contact: Julio Lambing

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