Emmanuel Guérin Emmanuel Guérin est diplômé de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) de Paris où il a fait un Master en …
"The Need for a Strengthened EU Energy and Climate Strategy"
A conference organised jointly by IDDRI and Climate Strategies, and hosted on June 8 (4.15 pm-6.45 pm) by the French Permanent Representation in Brussels.
Results of the research project "Considering the case for the EU to move beyond 20% emissions reductions by 2020", convened by Climate Strategies et l'Iddri. These concrete policy recommendations are based on a precise analysis of the situation in key sectors (power, industry, building, transport), on the economic and environmental performance of the main policy instruments (ETS, renewable energies targets and support schemes, energy efficiency policies and measures) and on the international context (climate negotiations and energy and industrial policies of big emerging countries).
- Session 1 : Why does the EU need a strengthened energy and climate strategy?
- Session 2 : How can EU energy and climate policies both increase long-term competitiveness gains and decrease transition costs?
- Session 3 : How can EU policies both improve energy efficiency and strengthen cohesion?
Confirmed speakers :
- Jos Delbeke, Director General, DG Climate Action
- Istvan Bart, Advisor, Climate Change Unit, Ministry of National Development, Hungarian Presidency of the EU
- Senior representatives from the Cement, Power, and Building sectors from a wide range of Member States
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>> Download the invitation and agenda
>> Find out more on the report "Moving from 20 to 30% emissions reduction by 2020? Reaching the 80% 2050 emissions reduction target while securing the benefits of transitioning towards a low carbon economy"