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The 5th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium Goes Virtual
Since the first moments of the spread of COVID-19 all over the world, the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics has responsibly taken all necessary measures and precautions to ensure that all of its staff and their families, its business partners, members, and other stakeholders remain safe and healthy.
In view of the ongoing government measures for preventing the further spread of the pandemic, the upcoming 5th Energy Transition Symposium will be held from 30 September to 2 October 2020 at Theoxenia Palace Hotel in Kifissia, as scheduled, with the exclusive physical presence of the panel speakers.
We are happy to provide the audience from all over the world with the opportunity to pre-register online and watch in live streaming all Symposium’s sessions.
It is, also, unfortunate that this year we will not be able to host physically the academic paper presenters, who will have the opportunity to make their presentations online.
HAEE’s landmark event will still provide a top of the line international platform for academics, policymakers, and business leaders and will present online discussions on the recent, critical energy issues.
The Energy Transition Symposium focuses on challenging energy, economic and environmental issues and aims at providing an international forum for the exchange of ideas, research results, and experiences among experts and professionals engaged in academic, business, government, national and international organizations.
Europe has set ambitious targets to increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and raise the share of renewable energy. Nonetheless, the scenery of the South-Eastern European region with multiple changing geopolitical and social conditions, poses serious questions, challenges, and opportunities for countries, industries, professionals, and academics.
We are pleased to announce that we anticipate more than 30 academic paper presentations and more than 100 plenary speakers. Participation from the energy industry, government, and academic energy economists will enrich a set of robust, diverse, and insightful discussions.
For any further information, please contact the Symposium Secretariat at: