The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Claeys & Casteels are proud to announce the first EU Energy Law & Policy in South-East Europe Conference, which will take place on May 7 and 8, 2009 in Athens, Greece at the Athens Ledra Marriott Hotel.
The region of South-East Europe is facing key energy challenges, and opportunities, at a time that the EUs energy policy is undergoing a profound transformation. Not only is South-East Europe at the heart of the EUs efforts to meet the challenge of diversifying its energy supply, it also faces unique challenges in meeting the requirements of the third liberalization package, particularly as the EUs liberalized electricity and gas markets also include the whole of South-East Europe due to the Athens Treaty. Finally, the region must address particularly difficult challenges in meeting the new “”20-20-20″” agreement on emissions trading, renewables and energy efficiency, which will require a huge and very rapid level of government-driven investment in these areas, providing huge opportunities for those that are well-prepared.
This conference represents an exceptional opportunity to learn of these challenges and how they will impact on the business of energy producers and consumers alike. The changes that they will bring to the region will be rapid and profound, and a real understanding of these issues and opportunities is vital to industry and its advisors. It will bring together key European Commission and government officials, academics, industry experts and advisors,
For more details and registration (please note that the number of places is strictly limited), please click here: http://www.euenergyconference.com/athens2009/
Register now and benefit from a 200 euro early bird discount (offer valid until 4 April 2009 or until no more places are available).