"The Future of Global Energy Systems"
IAEE's international online conference aimed to bridge the latest scientific advances in energy economics and its relevance to practical experiences in the energy sector. It also hosted 180 parallel sessions and numerous poster sessions. The digital edition reached out to a wider global audience, regardless of time zone, and provided a unique online platform for academics, policymakers, and business leaders from around the world to present and discuss the latest economic research on pressing energy issues in an open, non-partisan setting.
The 7th IAEE Asia-Oceania Conference 2020 spanned a wide range of topics on Energy in Transition; including investment in renewable sources of energy, oil and gas, hydrogen, energy demand, transport, market design, regulation, low-carbon economy and energy policy. Contributions were invited from energy economists, energy management specialists, research economists, government officials and policy advisers.
The central topic of the 16th IAEE European Conference will be to assess the impacts and identify the main challenges of these events for all energy segments: oil, natural gas and power markets through the entire value chain in order to design a sustainable policy for the following decade.
HEC Montréal is proud to host the 42nd International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) Annual Conference in Montréal, Canada, from May 29 to June 1, 2019. The IAEE International Conference is a four-day conference on energy business, markets and policy. Over 500 international participants are to attend from all over the world.
The Latin American Association for Energy Economics (LAAEE), the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE), the Instituto Torcuato di Tella (ITDT) and the Instituto Argentino de la Energía “General Mosconi” have the pleasure to invite you to attend the 7th Latin American Conference that will be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 11-12 March 2019.
Energy markets are changing. Renewable sources of energy are replacing conventional ones and energy efficiency becomes more and more important in the way to accomplish the mitigation commitments of almost all the countries of the world submitted in their National Determined Contributions (NDC) in the framework of the Paris Agreement, adopted in 2015 in COP 21.
Energy cooperation features prominently in the win-win cooperation among Asian countries. They have had cooperation in the field of fossil fuels, such as oil and gas. How should energy development and cooperation in Asia be addressed? What kind of competition and cooperation patterns should be taken and how should they be applied? Does the current energy supply and transport infrastructure ensure long-term security? What alternative solutions exist? At the 6th IAEE Asian Conference these topics and more will be discussed in Wuhan, in 2-4 November 2018.
The 3rd IAEE Eurasian Conference will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan, on October 18-20, 2018.
South Caucasian and Central Asian countries have rich hydrocarbon, hydro, renewable and alternative energy resources and geopolitical advantages. There are issues with rational use and effective management of these energy resources. Playing an important role for Europe's energy security, the efficient use of investment and innovative opportunities in the energy sector of these countries and the formation of a regional energy market are among the most crucial issues.
In addition to a rich program, with its informal social functions, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for networking and enhancing communication amongst energy professionals from business, government, academia and other circles worldwide.
The 36th USAEE/ IAEE Conference provides a forum for informed and collegial discussion of how the emerging realities will impact all stakeholders - from populations to companies to governments-in North America and around the world.
The conference will highlight contemporary energy themes at the intersection of economics, public policy, and politics, including those affecting energy infrastructure, environmental regulation, markets vs. government intervention, and international energy trade. Participation from industry, government, non-profit, and academic energy economists ensures robust, insightful discussion.
The IAEE international conference was a four-day conference on energy business, markets and policy. Over 500 international participants attended from all over the world. Conference participants included academics, policy makers, consultants, and representatives from energy businesses.
During the IAEE international conference the participants had the opportunity to be part of the cutting edge hot topics in energy economics and connect with young and promising researchers as well as established names in the field.
The Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE) is pleased to announce that Dr. Kostas Andriosopoulos, President of HAEE, will participate at the forthcoming 1st IAEE Eurasian Conference, that will take place in Baku, Azerbaijan between 28 and 31 August 2016.
The conference will focus on energy economic issues of the Caspian region.