The energy sector will play a key role in achieving climate targets, so its participation in the European Climate Pact must be addressed from an ambitious approach. This vritual event will bring together participants from the European Commission, civil society, private companies, NGOs and academia.
- climate change
- Friday 23 April 2021, 10:00 - 12:00 (CEST)
- Live streaming available
The European Green Deal means a huge opportunity for Europe. Climate neutrality is a growth strategy that will create jobs, improve people's well-being and create business opportunities. It also involves a profound and rapid transformation of our society and our economy: from changes in the way we produce and use energy, we produce food, we consume products and services, we travel, or the way we work.
The energy sector will play a key role in achieving climate targets, so its participation in the European Climate Pact must also be addressed from an ambitious approach.
Throughout a two hour virtual event, participants from the European Commission, civil society, private companies, NGOs and academia will be answering the following questions:
- What is the European Climate Pact?
- What are the implications for energy companies?
- How will it be implemented?
- What will it mean to accelerate collaborative solutions? What existing experiences can serve to drive their effectiveness?
Satellite events are organised by individuals or organisations across Europe in contribution to the European Climate Pact. The events are held under the responsibility of the organisers indicated in the description, and the information given or opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the official position of the European Commission.