Symposium Overview and Objectives
The Hellenic Association for Energy Economics is happy to announce that the 8th HAEE Energy Transition Symposium “Rethinking Energy: The new state of play for a secure and sustainable future”, will be held from Wednesday, 10 May to Friday, 12 May 2023. For yet another year, the annual Symposium will serve as an open-dialogue platform, where state, academia and private sector representatives will contribute to debates and exchange of views on crucial energy matters.
The global energy sector is facing unprecedented challenges impacting short-term and long-term climate goals. 2022 is undoubtedly a milestone year, forcing governments to reconsider their strategic priorities and the trilemma “security of supply, affordability, and sustainability” is more topical than ever. Amid the major changes taking place, a new energy security paradigm is needed to balance the short-term need for energy diversification and the long-term targets of a net zero economy. The turmoil around the energy supply and the surging energy prices had a massive impact on the world’s transition to renewable energy, which is increasing at an even higher pace, as countries seek to capitalize on their energy security benefits. These issues, among many others, will be addressed in detail during the Symposium’s sessions.
Call for Papers
The HAEE Energy Transition Symposium is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the energy sector. The conference provides the ideal opportunity for academia, researchers, managers, industrial participants and students to share their research findings with international experts.
We encourage all interested parties to join the Symposium and submit their original, high-quality research. Students are especially encouraged to participate and may attend the Symposium at a reduced student registration rate.
The list of topics to be addressed includes, but is not limited to:
Authors should firstly create an account, and then activate it, following the simple instructions provided.
To upload their paper abstract, authors should press the button “Submit Paper” and provide some key features about their paper (title, key words, authors and paper presenter). Submitted abstracts should be no more than two pages in length, comprising of: i. overview, ii. methodological approach, iii. results, iv. discussion and conclusions, conforming to the structure outlined in the abstract template. All abstracts will be reviewed and evaluated by the Symposium’s scientific committee based on originality, accuracy, and relevance to the topics of the call. Authors will be notified by e-mail, should their abstract be accepted.
Following a positive feedback, authors should buy their ticket here and thus, complete the registration process. The registration fees are listed in the table below.
Submission of full papers is not obligatory unless the author(s) intends to participate in publication options proposed by the Scientific Committee.
Key Dates and Deadlines
Abstracts’ submissions: 20 March 2023
Notification of abstract acceptance: 3 April 2023
Submission of full papers (non-obligatory): 28 April 2023
Symposium’s registration fees should be paid by 5 May 2023
*To become a HAEE Member, please register here.
The above fees cover a 3-day access to all sessions (plenary and paper presentations), workshops, 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 7 May will not be refunded.
Capacity Building Workshop
Recognizing the need for ever-ending learning in the energy sector, HAEE acts as a connecting bridge among the industry and academia, blending theory with applied knowledge. In this spirit, the Symposium will host two different seminars, aiming at empowering the attendees with the necessary knowledge and competencies to kick-off or further advance their career in the energy sector. Participation at the seminars will be free of charge and open to all Symposium registrants. More information will be announced soon.
Best Paper Award
The Hellenic Association for Energy Economics is always trying to award excellence, thus the Awards consist of an inseparable part of the Program. All authors may submit a paper for consideration in the Best Paper Αward Competition (cash prize plus waiver of Symposium registration fee). More information will be announced soon.
For any queries, please contact the Organizing Committee at: