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17th IAEE European Conference: The early bird discount for submissions of abstracts is still on!

Register until March 15 to submit your abstract/paper in a reduced price and be part of the largest European energy community, by presenting your original work at the 17th IAEE European Conference, to be held in Athens, from 21-24 September.

For all the details about the Conference and the Call for Papers press the button below.

⚡ Energy Insights

Looking for some riveting energy related articles to read? We 've gathered for you some links from the international scene.

Overview of National Coal Phase out Commitments 

This document provides extensive data regarding the timeline of national coal Phase out plans. 12 countries will be coal free by 2030 and 7 countries will be coal free after 2030. Only Poland has no coal phase out plan.


Energy Transition Investment Trends 2021

BNEF’s energy transition investment data track the flow of capital into projects and technologies driving the low-carbon transition. Ιn 2021, global investment in the low-carbon energy transition totaled $755 billion, up from $595 billion in 2020 and just $264 billion in 2011.


Energy Policy Tracker - Track funds for energy in recovery packages 

34 major economies and 8 MDBs pledged USD 371 billion to fossil fuel-intensive sectors, 41% of all public money committed to energy-producing and consuming activities.


How Renewables Power 12 Million Jobs Globally

IRENA’s annual update of renewable energy employment worldwide. This most recent report estimates that about 12 million people were employed in the sector, directly and indirectly, in 2020.


What is the impact of increasing commodity and energy prices on solar PV, wind and biofuels?

ΙΕΑ’s analysis outlines the impact of high commodity and energy prices in solar PV and onshore wind. Rising energy prices and trade policies put additional upward price pressure on wind and solar, but despite rising equipment prices, wind and solar remain competitive.

📰 Energy Market News

Editorial: The Ukraine crisis and high prices lead to a reassessment of Europe's energy policy

The situation in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed by the US and Europe to the Russian economy lead to significant changes of energy policy, under the added weight the sector has been under during the last year.

Read all the major energy market news from the past two months.

📘 In Review

HAEE new publication: "Chart of the Month"

Each month we shine a light on a new topic of the energy sector by analysing the data and exploring possible implications. This small monthly publication is all about data visualisation of today's most intriguing trends.

For January, we prepared a graphic representation of the electricity generation mix in EU27 countries. Analysis depicts that Greece ranks 5th in oil use, 6th in Natural Gas, 13th in Lignite and RES.


For February the Chart of the Month depicts the diversification of gas supply sources in Europe.

HAEE publication: “E-mobility special issue”

Following January’s 5th Ecomobility Conference, featuring a top-notch array of stakeholders, policymakers, and academics in Greece, HAEE edited the “E-mobility special issue”. The issue includes Greece’s electromobility Market review, touching upon new technologies, funding mechanisms and future aspirations. Read it and get some insightful views from Greece’s political leadership and industry experts.

HAEE report: “The 6th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium Report”

Following last year's milestone event, the 6th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium, that was held for four consecutive days from 28 September to 1 October 2021, we prepared a detailed report gathering the views and  wrap-ups from the discussions of approximately 120 speakers from the industry, international institutions, academia, policy makers, PhD students and other key actors in the energy sector.

📅 Mark your Calendars

IAEE Webinar: "Is nuclear energy a real split for the European green movement?"

On March 9, at 17.00 (EET) Prof. Spiros Papaefthimiou, President of HAEE and Prof. Samuel Furfari, President of the European Society of Engineers and Industrialists will discuss upon the inclusion of nuclear in the list of green technologies under the new Taxonomy CDA.

Could nuclear be seen as a relatively clean transition fuel that will help EU to decarbonize?

HAEE - ELLET event: "The cost of energy transition and islands' decarbonisation"

The Hellenic Association for Energy Economics along with the Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage (ELLET) will organise an event on March 22, at 14.00, focusing on "The cost of energy transition and islands' decarbonisation" (in Greek). 

The discussion will take place in physical presence and it will be live-streamed. Make sure to register and attend the event.

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