The scientific event “Athens Conference on European Energy Law and Policy” 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 and energy investments in Greece.
This year, the conference’s leading speakers from Academia, legal practitioners, EU Commission and Judiciary will largely focus on arbitration and dispute settlement issues and their vital role for the legal protection of international investments in the energy sector. This significant scientific Conference will take place in Electra Palace Athens on September 27th 2019, under the title “4th Athens Conference on European Energy Law and Policy: Energy Arbitration and Judicial Dispute Settlement”and is expected to attract a selected group of participants from the European and international legal community as well as from energy market and institutional players.
The Conference, considered to be a point of reference for the scientific community in the field of Energy, is an initiative of the “Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute” (www.energy-regulation.eu) co-organized this year by the renowned and highly respected German “Institute for Energy and Regulatory Law” in Berlin (http://enreg.eu) and supported by two of the most active institutes in the field of energy related disputes, the “International Centre for Energy Arbitration” (ICEA), (http://energyarbitration.org/) in Edinburgh and the “Scottish Arbitration Centre” (http://scottisharbitrationcentre.org). This dynamic and multi-dimensional cooperation among four highly respected and accredited European research institutes is an indication of the scientific and practical significance of Arbitration and Dispute Settlement procedures in the energy market.