The recording of the event can be watched by clicking the YouTube start button above.
Countries throughout Southeast Europe have high shares of electricity generated by an aging fleet of coal-fired power plants. Within the next decade, utilities and governments will decide whether to modernise or replace roughly 50 percent of the installed coal plants.
The conference aimed to look at the bigger picture of the regional energy transition, assessing the status quo and discussing options and requirements for clean, secure and affordable energy systems. It shall support a fact-based dialogue on the energy transition in Southeast Europe and create a space for making inclusive alliances comprised of governments, EU institutions, think-tanks, NGOs and citizens.
The conference is part of two ongoing multi-country energy transition projects: The South East Europe Energy Transition Dialogue and the Western Balkans Energy Transition Dialogue (please find more details below).
The agenda can be found in the download section below.
You can also find all slides shown during the event in the download section.
The project "South East Europe Energy Transition Dialogue" is financed by the European Climate Initiative (EUKI). EUKI is a project financing instrument by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).
The project "Western Balkans Energy Transition Dialogue" is funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism (BMNT).