Both this year and last have been intense periods at the European level. The energy crisis presented a true challenge to society, from consumers to policy-makers and market actors. Energy policy-makers at the EU and European level have been forced to reorient and implement new measures.
New tools have been presented with the EU Commission’s toolbox, in Repower EU and in the energy crisis regulations that were adopted in 2022. Many policy measures are also being implemented in 2023 and 2024. In parallel, EU institutions have been in the final phase of decision-making, which means the adoption and implementation of the energy-related “fit for 55” legislative acts.
To gain overview of these intersections, we give you insights into revised Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Directives, IEA updated Net-zero Roadmap 2050, financing perspectives with EBRD, energy supply and security with Fingrid and Litgrid, hydrogen initiatives and many more. Come and listen to companies, government officials and experts speak about this in Tallinn, December 11-12.
The Nordic-Baltic Energy Conference provides a platform for energy policy discussions among policy-makers, policy experts, businesses and academics in the Nordic-Baltic region.
Organised and sponsored by the Nordic Council of Ministers, it forms an integrated part of the Nordic Energy Policy Cooperation programme 2022-2024.