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    Recently, our world has been hit with crisis after crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine have resulted in a high human toll and impacted global energy and food security. But we must not lose sight of the challenges related to climate change adaptation and mitigation.

    We are in the “code red” for humanity. We need to act – now. Following the stark warnings of the scientific community over the past years, the latest IPCC report on Mitigation of Climate Change underlines, with unprecedented urgency, the importance of our actions in the next few years. Countries, cities, businesses and financial institutions have a critical role to play.

    This conference will focus on the investments needed to attain net zero emissions and the EU’s global leadership in mobilising the necessary climate finance.

    Speakers include Minister of International Cooperation of the Arab Republic of Egypt Rania al-Mashat, EIB Vice-President Ambroise FayolleDirector of the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute Alexander Stubb, CEO & General Manager at Enel Francesco Starace, and Chairman & CEO of Liebreich Associates Michael Liebreich.

    The discussions will explore the best practices in the areas of energy transition and innovation, which are critical for addressing the challenges associated with climate change. The conference will also feature a special session on the upcoming COP27 in Egypt and explore the role of various stakeholders in making the conference a success.

    The conference is organised in the framework of the EIB Climate Chair at the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute.

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    Programme

    Opening remarks of the conference by:

    • Chris Hurst, Director General of Projects Directorate, EIB 
    • Alexander Stubb, Director of the School of Transnational Governance, EUI

    Energy sector decarbonisation remains a critical component of alignment with the decarbonisation goals of Paris Agreement. This has become even more urgent, given the destabilisation of the fossil energy markets following the war in Ukraine. Yet there are multiple challenges, ranging from political and social pressures to energy system requirements, and include the need to manage intermittency and expand off grid solutions for energy access.  

    The purpose of the session is to discuss practical ways of fostering sustainable energy while ensuring a just transition, both inside the EU and globally.

    Keynote speaker: Francesco Starace, CEO & General Manager at Enel

    Panel:

    • Alessandro Boschi, Head of Renewable Energy Division, EIB
    • Diala Hawila, Programme Officer, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
    • Walburga Hemetsberger,, Chief Executive Officer, Solar Power Europe
    • Directorate-General for Energy, European Commission (tbc)

    Moderator: Jos Delbeke, European University Institute

    New technologies will determine the success of this make-or-break decade for climate change. The IEA Net Zero by 2050 report has stated that almost half of the emission reductions in 2050 in its 1.5°C scenario come from technologies that are known but not yet mature. This session will take stock of where we stand in terms of low-carbon technologies development. It will also discuss innovation financing strategies to speed up the deployment of green technologies across different sectors, including green hydrogen.

    Keynote speaker: Michael Liebreich, Chairman and CEO of Liebreich Associates

    Panel:

    • Peter Coveliers, Head of Strategy and Business Development, EIF
    • Elina Kamenitzer, Director of Operations Support & Climate, EIB
    • Thierry Lepercq, Hydeal España
    • Gerard Reid, Alexa Capital

    Moderator: Mark Mawhinney, Head of Sustainable and Digital Industries Division, EIB

    The 27th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP27) represents a pivotal moment for international climate negotiations, with issues like sustainable finance coming to the forefront. This session will provide insights into the key themes of COP27 and will discuss how financiers, businesses, policy-makers and scientists can come together to make the best possible contributions and ensure COP27 is a success.

    Special address by Rania al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation of the Arab Republic of Egypt

    Panel:

    • Martin Ewald, Lead Portfolio Manager, Allianz Global Investors
    • Sonia Dunlop, Programme Leader of Public Banks, E3G
    • Stephen O’Driscoll, Head of Environmental, Climate and Social Policy, EIB
    • Eric Usher, Head of UNEP Finance Initiative

    Moderator: Shirin Wheeler, European Investment Bank

    EIB Vice-President Ambroise Fayolle will deliver the concluding remarks of the conference

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