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Integration of electricity markets in the CEE region from perspective of the Czech Republic

Integration of electricity markets in the CEE region from perspective of the Czech Republic

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Month: February

V4 Expert Energy Seminar

Integration of electricity markets in the region of CEE is one of the key element for deepening cooperation in energy policies of neighbouring countries in the region. In the light of the Energy Union announced in the 2015, individual countries of the CEE region are faced with growing demand on cooperation on both political and practical level. Despite the fact that political dimension of cooperation is often followed by particular interests of nationally rooted energy policies, practical dimension has to cope with real issues such as transfer of electricity from northern parts of Germany to the southern parts passing the Czech and Polish transmission network.

The seminar will focus on following issues:

  1. decentralisation of electricity markets and transmission systems
  2. integration of markets and cross border cooperation versus developing national energy policies
  3. new infrastructure projects in the CEE and their impact on the regional cooperation

 

Date: 13.02.2017

Time: 13:00 – 16:30

Venue: EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Rytířská 31, 11000 Praha

 

Participants of seminar:

Experts from V4 countries and Germany from academia, think-tanks, public administration and business.

 

The seminar is organised within the inititive Visegrad Energy Market 2020 - at the forefront of the EU. The project is co-financed by the International Visegrad Fund (ID: 31510098) within the Strategic Grants programme (priority: Interconnection and Liberalization of Energy Market). 

 


Event place

EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, Rytířská 31, 11000 Praha