Im Rahmen der EU Woche der nachhaltigen Energie 2021 machen Agora Energiewende zusammen mit der Generaldirektion Energie der Europäischen Kommission und EUFORES eine Bestandsaufnahme in Form eines Webinars: Was sind die Pläne für grüne Investitionen und Reformen in verschiedenen EU-Ländern und welche Maßnahmen für transparente Prozesse rund um die grüne Transformation sind notwendig?
Agora Energiewende, Generaldirektion Energie der Europäischen Kommission, EUFORES
Das Webinar findet in englischer Sprache statt. Weitere Informationen finden Sie daher nachfolgend in englischer Sprache:
The Clean Energy for All Europeans Package introduced a new governance framework for EU energy and climate policy, establishing a new relationship between the EU and Member States based on cooperation and negotiation through integrated National Energy and Climate Plans. The Next Generation EU Fund and its payments based on recovery plans and milestones further refine the interplay between the EU and the national level. Now that for most countries the first recovery payments have been handed out, the monitoring phase kicks in and questions on accountability and transparency come to the fore. For example, given that a large share of green transition spending occurs at local level, those authorities will have to be involved when green spending is planned and handed out.
EU Member States are currently in the process of planning for an optimal use of available green finance opportunities under the EU budget and finalizing plans for cohesion spending and just transition. Since Member States have a similar need to quickly absorb financial resources and accelerate clean transitions, the sharing of best practices for clean transition investments and policies is becoming ever more important. This event is intended to contribute to this.
Organized as part of the 2021 EU Sustainability Week, this session aims to empower national-level stakeholders to play their part in ensuring a vivid debate around the best path towards net zero in Europe. Hosted by Agora Energiewende in association with the European Commission Directorate-General of Energy and EUFORES, it will present the perspective of EU Member States and of key clean transition stakeholders at national and EU levels, topical research on climate investments/finance as well as best practices.
The 1.5-hour webinar will be held in English and includes a Q & A sessions.
Registration and more information here.