Symposium Overview and Objectives
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.
Call for Academic Papers
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.
We seek high-quality, original papers to be presented in our Symposium. Submitted abstracts should be no more than two pages in length, comprising i. overview, ii. methodological approach, iii. results, iv. discussion and conclusions. Authors may firstly submit an abstract following the procedure, described here. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Symposium’s scientific committee and the authors will be notified by e-mail. Information about the registration fees can be found here. Submission of full papers is not obligatory unless the author(s) intend to participate in the proposed publication options.
The list of topics to be addressed includes, but is not limited to:
Key Dates and Deadlines
Abstracts’ submission extended deadline: August 14, 2020
Notification of abstract acceptance: September 4, 2020
Submission of full papers: September 18, 2020
Symposium’s registration fees paid by September 20, 2020
For Paper Presenters, the registration fees are listed below.
*To become a HAEE Member, you can visit the corresponding page here.
The above fees cover 3-day access to all sessions (plenary and paper presentations), lunches, coffee breaks and symposium material.
If an approved paper has more than one author, only the paper Presenter may register and pay the corresponding fee, as defined above. A paper Presenter cannot present more than one paper.
Withdrawal requests received after September 20 will not be refunded.
Students are especially encouraged to participate and may attend the Symposium at a reduced student registration rate. In addition, students may submit a paper for consideration in the Best Paper Αward Competition (cash price plus waiver of Symposium registration fee).
Spiros Papaefthimiou, President, Hellenic Association for Energy Economics; Associate Professor in Energy Management Systems and Energy Efficiency Technologies, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Kyriaki Kosmidou, Vice-President, Hellenic Association for Energy Economics; Professor in Banking Finance, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Emilios Galariotis, Board Member, Hellenic Association for Energy Economics; Professor of Finance, Audencia Business School, Institute of Finance, France
Manolis Souliotis, Board Member, Hellenic Association for Energy Economics; Associate Professor of Renewable Energy and Management of Energy Sources, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Chair: Georgia Makridou, Treasurer of the Board of Hellenic Association for Energy Economics; ESCP Business School, UK
George Arampatzis, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Simona Bigerna, University of Perugia, Italy
Carlo Andrea Bollino, AIEE and University of Perugia, Italy
Christophe Bonnery, French Association for Energy Economics, France
Pantelis Capros, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Haris Doukas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Michael Doumpos, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Zacharias Frontistis, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Jean-Michel Glachant, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute in Florence, Italy
Patrick Gougeon, ESCP Business School, France
Amela Ajanovic, EEG, TU Wien, Austria
Dimitris Ipsakis, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Iordanis Kalaitzolglou, Audencia Business School, Nantes, France
Michael Konsolakis, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Dimitrios Kousenidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Ramzi Ben Kraiem, Audencia University, France
George Marnellos, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Kenichi Matsumoto, Nagasaki University, Japan
Constantin Mellios, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
Kazunori Nakajima, University of Hyogo, Japan
Thomas Nikolakakis, IRENA
George Panaras, University of Western Macedonia, Greece
Georgios Papaefthymiou, Delft University, Netherlands
Jacques Percebois, Center for Research in Economics and Energy Law, France
Paolo Polinori, University degli Studi di Perugia, Italy
Leif Kristoffer Sandal, Norwegian School of Economics, Norway
Spyros Spyrou, Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece
Silvana Stefani, University Bicocca, Italy
Panayiotis Theodossiou, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Konstantinos Tsagarakis, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Constantin Zopounidis, Technical University of Crete, Greece
Alexia Timotheou, Symposium Content Manager, HAEE
Manolis Vitetzakis, Symposium Communication Manager, HAEE
Theoxenia Palace Hotel Kifisia is located in the affluent suburb of Kifisia, an exceptional location that puts you close to the best shopping centers and boutiques in Athens, most exclusive restaurants and clubs. Access to downtown Athens is easy by taking the Metro from the Kifisia station, just a short walk from the hotel. In the summertime the area benefits from a cooler climate and less pollution thanks to its raised elevation.
Besides the benefits of staying in the most exclusive suburb of Kifisia, Theoxenia Palace is within very close distance to the National Highway and Maroussi, the business district of Athens where the headquarters of most multinational companies in Greece are located.
Theoxenia Palace offers limited rooms at a special rate for the participants of the Symposium. Contact the Symposium Secretariat, in order to book your room.