The EU Energy Security Strategy: How to use less Russian Gas?
The business and security case for using less Russian gas by moderating energy demand: Growing the economy and improving our energy security
Energy security is on top of Brussels’ agenda. How to increase independence from Russian oil and gas? How to achieve real security and avoiding lock in to an unsustainable energy model?
This workshop will allow key stakeholders from the energy sector to elaborate on the possibilities for breaking Europe's dependence on Russian gas and oil. Through the development and deployment of energy efficiency measures, Europe can reduce consumption and dependence on energy imports, as well as driving competitiveness and growth and create local jobs and business opportunities within Europe, whilst guaranteeing our Energy security.
Welcome and moderating
Introduction & Keynote speech
Panel I:Industry perspectives - making the case for energy efficiency services; boosting jobs, growth and investment
Panel II: Policy perspectives - the role of increased EU energy efficiency and strengthening Europe's energy security
Concluding remarks and close of meeting