The combined and conflicting effects of global warming, the war in Ukraine and the Covid-driven rearrangement of international trade patterns puts national and international decision-makers between a rock and a hard place. They are facing tough choices to strike a balance between the need to provide energy at tolerable prices while performing the stunt of energy transition. This daunting task is especially demanding for the elected leaders of democratic countries.
The Federation of Austrian Industries and ICEUR are convening a panel of top experts who will analyze the intractable dilemmas involved and provide insights as well as guidance.
*Attendance only possible with a registration at email@example.com*
Time: 10:00 – 15:00,
Thursday, February 23, 2023
Director of the Energy, Growth, and Security Program,
International Tax and Investment Center (Washington)
Senior Visiting Research Fellow,
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (London)
Director of the Center for Post-Industrial Studies (Moscow)