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Event-Details European Green Deal & RED II – Impact on German Energy Policy and Industry | Hanse Office, Hogan Lovells, Wind Europe & HWWI

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Datum: 18.03.2021 14:00

Ort: Virtual - GoToMeeting

The RENEWABLE ENERGY HAMBURG Cluster is pleased to invite you to the following webinar:

„European Green Deal & RED II – Impact on German Energy Policy and Industry”

18 March 2021 | 14:00 - 15:30h (CET)

Registration

The European Green Deal is the European Union’s action plan towards a sustainable and climate-neutral economy. Large amounts of the 750 billion Euros of the Covid-19 recovery fund “Next generation EU” and the Multiannual Financial Framework are designated to the objectives of the European Green Deal. Among many others, this deal includes indicatory policies on clean energy, sustainable industry and mobility. With policies such as the European Hydrogen Strategy or the EU Energy System Integration Strategy, the European Green Deal has a significant impact on German Energy Policy and Industry. The EU Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) is targeting to increase the share of energy from renewable sources for the supply of the electricity, heat as well as transport sector.

In this webinar we would like to take a closer look on European energy policy from several perspectives with the following speakers and topics:

  • The European Green Deal – What does the Commission have in mind?

Karsten Gödderz | Hanse Office

The Hanse Office, the joint representation of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein in Brussels, provides information on EU policies and legislative procedures. Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein benefit from its wide network of contacts with the European institutions which make it possible to incorporate the interests of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein into the decision-making processes at European level. Within the Hanse Office, Karsten Gödderz is responsible for energy, environmental, climate, and marine policies.

  • Implications and Legal Challenges of the EU Green Deal's Climate Aims

Dr Anna Leah Tabios Hillebrecht | Hogan Lovells International LLP

With more than 50 offices worldwide, Hogan Lovells is a global megafirm advising on corporate, finance, global regulatory, IP, litigation, arbitration, and employment matters. Dr. Anna Leah Tabios Hillebrecht is a Senior Associate in the Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects-Group at Hogan Lovells International LLP.

  • The European Wind Industry – Driving Recovery, Delivering Climate Neutrality

Pierre Tardieu | WindEurope

WindEurope is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. Pierre Tardieu is Chief Policy Officer at WindEurope. He runs WindEurope’s Policy Department covering advocacy, market intelligence and stakeholder engagement. Pierre joined WindEurope in 2011 and has more than a decade’s experience shaping European Climate and Energy policies. He holds degrees from College of Europe, Paris Catholic Institute and Strasbourg Institute of Political Science.

  • The EU Green Deal as an Engine for Economic Growth?

Dr Andre Wolf | Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI)

The Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI) is a private economic research institute focused on analysing global trends and its regional implications. Andre Wolf is Senior Economist and head of the research area “Energy and Environmental Economics” at HWWI.

Costs:
free

Language:
English

Registration: Link

We are happy to welcome you to our webinar!

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