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Since the first moments of the spread of COVID-19 all over the world, the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics has responsibly taken all necessary measures and precautions to ensure that all of its staff and their families, its business partners, members, and other stakeholders will remain safe and healthy.
In parallel with the imposed government measures for preventing the further spread of the pandemic, the 5th Energy Transition Symposium was held from 30 September to 2 October 2020 at Theoxenia Palace Hotel in Kifissia, as a hybrid event, with the exclusive physical presence of panel speakers. In this framework, the academic paper presentations were also made digitally.
Audience from all over the world had the opportunity to register online and watch in live streaming and on-demand all Symposium’s sessions.
Even as a hybrid event, HAEE’s landmark conference provided a top of the line international platform for academics, policymakers, and business leaders and provided online discussions on the recent, critical energy issues.
The 5th Energy Transition Symposium “Global and Local Perspectives” of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics was successfully organised as a hybrid event from 30 September until 2 October 2020.
The Symposium focused on energy transition related features, such as decarbonization in Europe and Greece, the target model, hydrocarbons research in Eastern Mediterranean, natural gas infrastructures and market in SE Europe, ecomobility, hydrogen’s role and the impact of coronavirus pandemic in the energy sector. For yet another year, the Symposium constituted an international platform for promoting substantial dialogue around all pertinent energy issues.
Twenty dedicated sessions, more than 120 speakers, 20 academic paper presenters and over 8.000 viewers, composed the international, academic and specialized character of the Symposium, offering an in-depth analysis of the energy sector for physical and digital attendees.
Experts, senior executives, state officials and academics from institutions, organisations and enterprises from Greece and abroad had the chance to express their views and discuss all crucial issues of the energy sector, presenting a holistic overview of new developments, opportunities and challenges, both at local and international level.