Security of Supply as a Booster for the Energy Transition?
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Security of Supply as a Booster for the Energy Transition?

The global demand for energy is continuously increasing and the situation on the international energy markets is getting worse. Human rights violations by political actors against the civilian population in fossil fuel producing and transit countries lead to concerns about the procurement of energy from these countries. Security of supply is moving back into the focus of energy transition and decarbonization.

In addition, political uncertainties in the areas of infrastructure and internal security in these countries cause higher risks and costs in the extraction of fossil energy sources. This results in rising energy prices for industry, commerce, and households.      
Together with experts from the energy supply and political consulting sectors, we will discuss the opportunities and risks of the debate on supply security for the energy transition in an interactive format.

The workshop will be a Fishbowl discussion with a panel.

 

 

 

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