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Just energy transition, opportunity for EU industries, Brussel

József Antall-gebouw; (c) Atelier de Genval- Cerau - M. Van Campenhout, - Tractebel dev s.a. et ingénieurs associés
(c) Atelier de Genval- Cerau - M. Van Campenhout, - Tractebel dev s.a. et ingénieurs associés
datum 19 februari 2019 10:30
plaats Brussel, België
locatie József Antall (JAN) i Toon locatie
organisatie EP-Commissie Industrie, onderzoek en energie (ITRE) i

Just energy transition, opportunity for EU industries. The role of hydrogen in the future. Energy transition in Germany.

The workshop addressed the potential offered by the energy transition to transform EU conventional industrial

processes and preserve employment. It also explored the role of hydrogen in opening new windows of opportunity in energy flexibility, availability, security, as well as improved efficiency contributing to the decarbonisation of the economy.

The case of energy transition in phasing out coal from the electricity generation sector in Germany was taken into account.

The workshop was held on 19 February from 10.30 to 12.30.

It was organised by Policy Department A at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE). Please note that the workshop will be webstreamed.

Location: Room Josef Antall (2Q2), Brussels

Last updated: 19-02-2019

Programme for the workshop Brexit and industry and space policy

  • Workshop on

    “Just energy transition, opportunity for EU industries- The role of hydrogen in the future- The example of energy transition in Germany”

    Organised by Policy Department for Economic, Scientific and Quality of Life Policies at the request of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE)

    European Parliament, Brussels 19 February 2019 10h30h-12h30 Room József Antall (JAN) 2Q2

    Draft programme

    Introduction by Jerzy Buzek, ITRE Chair

    Session 1 - Just energy transition, opportunity for EU industries

    • Prof. Dr. André Faaij - Director of Science, ECN part of TNO
    • Prof. Dr. Stefan Lechtenböhmer - Director, Future Energy and Mobility Structures,

    Wuppertal Institut

    Session 2 - The role of hydrogen in the future

    • Prof. Dr. Paul Dodds - Senior Lecturer, Bartlett School, Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London (UCL)
    • Jorgo Chatzimarkakis - Secretary General, Hydrogen Europe

    Session 3 - The example of energy transition in Germany

    • Rafat Bajczuk - Research Fellow, Department for Germany and Northern Europe,

    Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW)

    • Prof. Jürgen-Friedrich Hake - Head, Institute of Energy and Climate Research -

    Systems Analysis and Technology Evaluation, Forschungszentrum Jülich

    Questions and Answers with Members

    Closing remarks by Jerzy Buzek, ITRE Chair


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EP-Commissie Industrie, onderzoek en energie (ITRE)

Deze parlementaire commissie i houdt zich onder meer bezig met het beleid betreffende industrie, onderzoek, energie en informatietechnologie.

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