The 3rd Energy Forum titled "The Transformation of the Energy Sector: A Pillar of Growth for the Greek Economy" took place virtually on Wednesday, July 15, 2020.
This year's closed event was another outstanding initiative of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics and the National Bank of Greece, which for a second consecutive year, gave the exclusive opportunity to HAEE members to attend a very interesting discussion with exceptional panel members.
Moreover, only HAEE members had the chance to watch the pre-launch of the updated, annual publication titled the "Greek Energy Market Report 2020", two months before its official presentation at the 5th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium scheduled for September 30 - October 2, 2020.
The Energy Report is a scientific study, developed by HAEE’s research team, analyzing in detail the whole spectrum of the Greek Energy market based on the most recent data and valuable insights. The study provides illustrative statistics regarding the Country Profile, the ongoing Energy Transition, and the formation of the Hellenic Energy Exchange. Moreover, the "Greek Energy Market Report 2020" reviews all the developments and statistics derived from the
Electricity and Natural Gas markets, the increased penetration of Renewable Energy Sources, the importance of Oil & Refining for Greece, the recent developments in terms of Energy Efficiency, and the projected Investments towards the Energy market.
Keynote Address | Pavlos Mylonas, CEO, National Bank of Greece
European Green Deal. How will Greece benefit? | Margaritis Schoinas, Vice President of the European Commission for the Promotion of the European Lifestyle
National Energy Planning. The main objectives for the next three years | Gerasimos Thomas, Deputy Minister of Energy
The role of PPC in the transformation of the Energy Sector | George Stassis, President & CEO, PPC
Funding the Next Day of Energy - Tools and Solutions | Vassilis Karamouzis, General Manager, National Bank of Greece
Dr. Kostas Andriosopoulos, Professor of Finance and Energy Economics, ESCP Business School & Vice President, DEPA