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"In the light of the circumstances related to COVID-19 crisis, the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics postponed its 5th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium from mid-May and rescheduled it for Wednesday, September 30 to Friday, October 2 2020, at Theoxenia Palace Hotel, in Kifisia, Athens, Greece.
Despite the uncertainties that may arise during the organisation of an international conference, since the coronavirus has not left us yet, the HAEE family has chosen to move forward and, not to cancel, rather adapt its Energy Transition Symposium to the demands of our time.
Due to restrictions imposed on conferences and large gatherings, the Plenary Sessions will be strictly attended by Plenary Speakers, Paper Presenters, and Sponsors’ Delegates.
The Symposium will be live-streamed through an online platform, offering the opportunity to an energy-related audience to watch in real-time all sessions, free of charge. After the end of the event, the recorded sessions will also be available on our website.
Finally, acknowledging the difficult times we have been experiencing during the pandemic crisis, reduced registration fees are now offered for those who decide to present their academic paper virtually.
No matter what way you choose to attend HAEE’s Symposium, we will be happy to welcome you and go through the latest developments in the energy sector."
President, Hellenic Association for Energy Economics
Associate Professor, Technical University of Crete in Greece
The Energy Transition Symposium focuses on challenging energy, economic and environmental issues and aims at providing an international forum for the exchange of ideas, research results, and experiences among experts and professionals engaged in academic, business, government, national and international organizations.
Europe has set ambitious targets to increase energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and raise the share of renewable energy. Nonetheless, the scenery of South-Eastern European region with multiple changing geopolitical and social conditions, poses serious questions, challenges and opportunities for countries, industries, professionals, and academics. The Symposium will focus on these concerns and it will also provide a close overview of the raised opportunities in the energy sector.
We are pleased to announce that we anticipate to host more than 50 scientific paper presentations, and about 100 plenary speakers, where CEOs, Presidents of leading energy firms, Directors of key European and International institutions, and policy makers and political leaders from Greece and abroad, will present and debate their views.
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