High-level meeting of the Clean energy industrial forum on renewables, Brussels

Berlaymontgebouw in Brussel
Kevin Bergenhenegouwen
date March 18, 2019
city Brussels, Belgium
location Berlaymont building (BERL) i Show location
organisation European Commission (EC) i

Start date : 18/03/2019

End date : 18/03/2019


Berlaymont building, Brussels, Belgium

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Following the success of the 1st High-level meeting of the Clean Energy Industrial Forum on Renewables in January 2018, the 2nd edition will evaluate the impact of the revised regulatory framework for renewables on the competitiveness of the EU renewable energy industry's value chain. In this second meeting, the forum will take up the topic of financing.

The Clean Energy Industrial Form on Renewables, as announced in the 'Clean energy for all Europeans' package, is convened by the European Commission and consists of 30 CEOs/leaders from companies and institutions across the value chain of Europe's renewable energy industry. The objective of the forum is to develop recommendations on how to strengthen the industrial basis and the EU value chain for renewable energy technologies, and identify new actions and initiatives for key sectors and segments of the value chain where EU industries should be competitive at global scale to gain new market shares.

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