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Moving towards a Low-Carbon Economy in South-eastern Europe Regulation, finance and investment

08.04.2019 14:00 to 17:30
Place du Congres 1

A high-level seminar on “Moving towards a Low-Carbon Economy in South-eastern Europe” jointly organised by the Romanian Energy Centre, the Greek Energy Forum and CEPS Energy Climate House.

This event brought together stakeholders from the energy and finance sectors with EU and national policymakers to discuss the challenges facing countries of region to make the transition to low carbon and how to attract the necessary investment.  Many EU countries of south-eastern Europe use a significant proportion of coal for their energy needs. EU energy policy aims to increasingly decarbonise power generation and ultimately move to a net zero carbon economy by 2050. 

The Workshop was held under Chatham House Rules 



  • Olivier Marquette, Director Generral, AES Bulgaria
  • Nikolaos Keramidas, EU Affairs Director, Mytilineos S.A
  • Claudia Brandus, Director, Regulatory Affairs, ENEL Romania
  • Julian Popov, European Climate Foundation
  • Eero Ailio, Adviser for energy transition and local governance, DG Energy, European Commission
  • Grigoris Krallis, Senior Sector Engineer, Energy Department, EIB
  • Gwilym Jones, Head of Brussels Office, EBRD
  • László Szabó, South East Europe electricity roadmap; European Climate Foundation etc. ZEERMAP
  • Jorge Núñez-Ferrer, Senior Research Fellow, CEPS
  • Claudiu Negrisan, Deputy Director, Bioenergy Suceava
  • Ivo Prokopiev, Co-founder Solar-Pro Holding
  • Christian Egenhofer, Director, CEPS-ECH
  • Kyriakos Gialoglou, Greek Energy Forum