Stakeholder panel on Governance of the Energy Union at Green Week 2018
This year’s focus of the Green Week (21-25 May) is on exploring ways in which the EU is helping cities to become better places to live and work.
The session “Governance of the Energy Union - how can cities contribute to the National Energy & Climate Plans?” has been organised in collaboration with the Directorate-General for Energy, European Commission. The panel - stakeholders from cities, EU member states, and European Parliament - will discuss on how individual cities and city networks can contribute to the goals of the Energy Union, as well as sharing thoughts and ideas regarding the planning process.
The panel, taking place on May 24 from 9.30 – 11.00, will be web-streamed here.
- Daniël Termont, Mayor of Ghent, Belgium
- David Berg, Director, Clean City & Rotterdam Circular, Cluster of Public Space Management, Rotterdam, NL
- Claire Roumet, Director, Energy Cities
- Carlos Zorrinho, MEP
- Alejandro Ulzurrun de Asanza Muñoz, Head of Communication and Interinstitutional Relations, Directorate-General for Energy, European Commission
Find more information on Green Week 2018 here.