7 December 2018
The Athens Conference on European Energy Law is taking place for the third consecutive year in Athens. This highly prestigious international conference is a joint initiative of the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute and the Energy Union Law Area of the Florence School of Regulation and is designed to address the latest topics in energy regulation that are significant for Greece and the surrounding region, from both a legal and economic perspective.
The Athens Conference on European Energy Law has acquired a pan-European impact as a leading forum for the exchange of views of academics, practitioners and high ranking officials of European institutional bodies and major energy companies and is being considered as the top meeting point for stakeholders interested in energy regulation, State Aid and energy investments in Greece.
Financing of energy infrastructure & energy networks is the overall theme of the Conference and the central point of discussion in all four of its sessions:
- Session I : Sustainable Finance
- Session II : Privatisation of Energy Infrastructures & Networks
- Session III: Funding for Gas & Electricity Interconnections
- Session IV: The Clean Energy Package
Financing and investing in energy infrastructure & energy networks are issues that attract vivid interest by all major stakeholders on a European level as well as in the Greek energy sector, a fact that offers a unique opportunity for highly anticipated presentations in this year’s conference.
You can see the Conference’s Agenda and register for the conference by following the link: Agenda & Registration