ESCP Europe Business School and its Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) participated as Knowledge Partners at the 3rd HAEE Energy Conference organised by the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE) on 3 - 5 May 2018 in Athens, Greece.
Which are the energy revolutions of the 21st century? Which are the geopolitics of energy? Can we foresee the future of green transportation? How can the energy storage be assured? Will renewables increase their share in the immediate future? Will the new "EU winter package" become a new successful energy policy for the Europeans?
Answers to these and many other questions were addressed during the academic and industry oriented sessions of the Conference. Athens is ideal for this conference as it is strategically located, allowing it to have an important role for conventional and renewable energy related policies in this era. In addition, Athens is the ideal location for the Conference as it combines unique ancient monuments, museums and scenery, all these in a modern and vivid city in the Mediterranean shores with lots of social and cultural activities. Thus the Conference provided a unique opportunity exchange of academic knowledge, for networking and enhancing communication amongst all participants.
- Energy revolutions of the 21st century
- How can countries prepare for the new era of global energy transition
- Challenges, investment opportunities and technological innovations in the energy sector
- Policies and measures towards a Europe Energy Roadmap to 2050
- Global and EU climate policy and emission trading schemes
- Mitigation and adaptation measures for global and regional environmental challenges
- Regional geopolitical uncertainty and challenges in gas supply and transportation
- Will alternative fuels (such as CNG, LNG, hydrogen, etc.) help swift from the traditional hydrocarbon fuels in the transportation sector?
- LNG and shale gas: security of supply and potential market developments
- Industrial sector: challenges for the transition to a low-carbon economy
- Geopolitics of energy
- Regional energy supply and security
- Energy related smart grids and their efficient management
- Energy storage: the next big revolution
- Smart energy and environmental sensing
- Smart meters and technologically advanced electricity grid options
- Smart cities and their role to emerging energy technologies and consumers’ behavior
- Energy efficiency in buildings: EU and regional approaches
- Renewables’ penetration in the electricity mix
- Green transportation: how will environmental compliance lead to increased costs
- Ports and airports as energy hubs and prosumers
- Electric vehicles and the future of green transportation
- Behavioral energy economics
- Environmental laws and barriers for their enforcement
To find out more, please visit the event's website.