The 28th Athens Electricity Forum concluded successfully with a remarkable turnout of over 200 participants both in person and online. The two-day event featured dynamic discussions and insightful debates on key topics shaping the energy sector. Industry leaders, experts, regulators and policymakers gathered to explore pathways towards a sustainable and integrated electricity market.
The forum covered a range of pressing issues, including emergency measures and reducing energy demand, electricity market reforms and new design elements, and the necessity for the Energy Community to align with conditions for CBAM (Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism) exemptions. Participants engaged in discussions on market coupling and regional TSO cooperation as building blocks to the European security of supply and market integration. The forum addressed challenges pertinent to the integration of renewable energy sources to the grid and market. The conclusions and highlights from the forum can be found here [insert link to conclusions].
The Energy Community Secretariat expresses gratitude to the audience, esteemed speakers, and participants for their valuable contributions to making the 28th Athens Electricity Forum a resounding success. The active engagement underscored the shared commitment towards a sustainable and resilient energy future.
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