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The war in Ukraine brought the topic of ‘energy’ to the forefront of political discussions throughout Europe. 

While households are suffering from energy poverty the transition to sustainable energy is very urgent. Geopolitical goals, environmental ideals and economic realities are clashing. What are the options to solve these crisis?

Faustine Bas-Defossez, Álvaro Rangel Hernandez and Machiel Mulder are present to converse and share their expertise on the subject.

English spoken

In collaboration with SIB

Machiel Mulder

Prof. Dr. Machiel Mulder is chair of the Centre for Energy Economics Research at the RUG and appears frequently in the news as an expert on the energy transition. 

Furthermore, he published a book on the topic just last year titled 'Energietransitie; eerst snappen, dan doen' or 'Energytransition; understand first, act second'.

Machiel Mulder

Faustine Bas-Defossez

Faustine Bas-Defossez is well-versed in Environmental policies in the EU, having worked at the European Commission and the Institute for European Environmental Policy on Agriculture and Land Management.

Currently she is Director for nature, health and environment at the European Environmental Bureau, the largest Federation of Environmental NGO’s. 

Faustine Bas-Defossez

Álvaro Rangel Hernandez

Álvaro Rangel studied Law in Spain and specialised in International Relations and Geopolitics. 

He has a Master in European Political and Governance Studies from the College of Europe and has worked since 2020 in the European Commission.

Álvaro Rangel Hernandez

Agenda

There are no new dates planned (yet) for The European energy crisis.

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