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The Future of Energy Infrastucture Development in Europe

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About this Event

26 Feb 2013 @ 12:45


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 About the Speech:

The seminar explored how the EU will deliver the energy infrastructure it needs to 2020 and beyond. In particular, it focused on the important new EU Energy Infrastucture Regulation, due for formal approval on 22 February 2013. This Regulation is the means of accessing the Connecting Europe Facility and sharing the costs of infrastucture investment between Member States.

About the Speaker:

Jean-Arnold Vinois is the former European Commission Director for the Internal Energy Market and Chair of the EU Smart Grids Taskforce

Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant is the Director of the Florence School of Regulation

Dr. Leonardo Meeus is a Research Fellow at the Florence School of Regulation and leader of the THINK project, which advised the European Commission on energy policy.

Fintan Slye is the Chief Executive of EirGrid

Theme: Energy and Climate Change 

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