The annual Energy Infrastructure Forum is organised by the European Commission and takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Representatives of the EU institutions, transmission system operators, project promoters, regulators, energy companies, NGOs and civil society and the financing community meet to discuss the challenges of developing Europe’s energy infrastructure and building an internal energy market.
The aim of this year’s edition is to look into sector coupling and the role of energy infrastructure in the European long-term vision for a climate neutral economy, the regulatory support for innovation, security of supply and stakeholder engagement and new ways of cooperation for transmission and distribution system operators in the future energy system.
Registration is upon invitation from the organisers.
In preparation of the session on Interlinking gas and electricity infrastructure development on Day 2, stakeholders are kindly invited to answer a few questions by clicking the following link.
Please contact the Event Secretariat should you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Networks & Regional Initiatives Unit of the European Commission at email@example.com
This year's forum will take place at the Odd Fellow Palace on Bredgade 28, DK-1260 in Copenhagen.
Participants are responsible for their travel and accommodation arrangements.
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