Renewable Energy in Belgium - Opportunities and Challenges of the Clean Energy Package

Federal Parliament of Belgium, Brussels, 5 February 2019

In cooperation with the Committee for Economy, Science Policy, Education, National Scientific and Cultural Institutions, Middle Classes and Agriculture of the Federal Parliament of Belgium, EUFORES organised a workshop to discuss the new Renewable Energy Directive, the National Renewable Energy Action Plan and policies and the actual state of implementation and good practice policies. 

Please find the agenda of the meeting here

 

 Presentations

Karen Geens & Sam Vanwijnsberghe: "BE integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) 2021-2030 & RES objectives and forecasts"

Paula Abreu Marques: "The impact of the EU's clean energy package on Belgium's energy transition"

Ann Cloët: "Renewables empowering cities and regions" 

Bart Pycke: "The future of the Belgian electricity system"

Jehan Decrop: "Sécurité d'approvisionnement: contribution du renouvelable"

Ben Laenen: "Heating and cooling consume half of the EU's energy and much of it is wasted"

Jean-Pascal van Ypersele: "Shaping and funding Belgium's energy transition: Why it's so urgnt, what can be done"

 

 

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