Climate and Energy Working Group Meeting – 24 April – Online

Climate and Energy Working Group Meeting 

Online, 24 April 2024

 

We’re excited to invite you to the EEB Climate and Energy Working Group meeting on 24 April. This is an online event open to EEB member organisations, which aims to provide a space for discussion on our recent and upcoming work priorities and to present some specific insights related to EU climate and energy policy. During this meeting we will:

  • Review our work programme and network priorities for 2024, with the opportunity to exchange updates across member organisations and work areas.
  • Continue our network discussion on renewables deployment via a panel discussion including speakers from the EU Joint Research Centre (JRC) and a Q&A session to discuss the potential and challenges of developing renewables in rural areas.
  • Examine the challenges and prospects of new EU rules and instruments such as the Emissions Trading System 2 (ETS-2), the EU Social Climate Fund, and the Fluorinated Gases (FGas) Regulation in a session exploring their implications for climate action, decarbonisation of end uses – in transport, heating and cooling – and a just energy transition in Europe.
  • Take stock of the current push for technologies such as nuclear, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen, what role they can reasonably be expected to play in the fight against climate change, and what risks may arise from an over-reliance on these technologies in the EU.

Participants are welcome to attend the full day meeting or choose which specific sessions they would like to register for. In-person attendance is also possible for Brussels-based members. If you’d like to attend in person, please get in touch by email at davide.sabbadin@eeb.org.

 

WHERE

 Online


For more information, please contact our Senior Events Coordinator.

Climate and Energy Working Group Meeting – 24 April – Online
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