With the agreement on the 2030 energy and climate targets there is a clear need to speed up the process of decarbonization of the European economy. But there are still numerous issues that need to be clarified. How can the EU member states achieve their renewable energy and climate targets in efficient ways? What governance mechanisms can improve regional cooperation and coordination? How can increased investment levels be triggered? Can the experience of the 2020 Strategy provide valuable lessons for EU energy governance until 2030 and beyond?
In light of this, DIW Berlin, the Hertie School of Governance, Climate Strategies and the European Commission’s office in Berlin hosted an academic conference on the 17th of June, 2015.
Pease find the conference programme and description in the Download box.