Invitation to EPC VI

Energy policy consideration – Governance of the National Energy and Climate Actions

Razmislek o energetiki – Upravljanje nacionalne energetike in podnebnih ukrepov

 

Relevance of the EPC VI:

  1. Slovenian energy transition process is on the way despite we have not reach formal political consensus on national energy path yet. The energy sector in Slovenia attracts and offers numerous opportunities for contemporaneous knowledge and enthusiastic looking for new challenges. Energy related services appear daily offering services not used in energy sector before.
  2. The WEC Energy Trilemma 2018 findings point out the dynamic of the Slovenian energy sector and show on future perspectives for create well-balanced energy system pursuit the Trilemma indexes. In this analyse the Slovenian energy is rated among sixth thrive energies on the World.
  3. Without doubts, the national energy transition process is oriented and focused into the climate energy goals. The national paths to the goals are still ambiguous despite the transpiring process of energy transformation in some sectors. The changes in energy could be positive, beneficial and need to be governed efficiently.
  4. Following the previous EPCs oriented debates the EPC VI focus on the national energy policy governing. This is why the subtitle Governance of the National Energy and Climate Actions is related to the actual situation as well implication of the relevant regulation.

Contents of the EPC VI:

  1. Slovenian National Committee WEC: Welcome – actualisation of the EPC VI
  2. European Commission, Commissioner, Violeta Bulc: Address
  3. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Infrastructure, Alenka Bratušek: Introductory
  4. WEC – Senior Fellow, Regional Manager, European Policies, Einari Kisel:
    • Results of the World Energy Trilemma Index 2018
    • The World Energy Issues Monitor 2019
  5. Ministry of Infrastructure, Acting Director General, Hinko Šolinc: Energy policy program
  6. Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Marko Maver: Climate policy and energy
  7. Jožef Stefan Institute, Stane Merše: Slovenian energy outlook
  8. Discussions and Conclusions (coordinated by Ivan Šmon):
    • CIGRE-CIRED, Krešimir Bakič
    • GIZ Gospodarsko interesno združenje distribucije električne energije, Boris Sovič
    • ELES, Aleksander Mervar
    • GEN-ENERGIJA, Tomaž Žagar
    • EN-LITE, Mojca Drevenšek, prof. Andrej Gubina
    • University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, prof. Andrej Kitanovski
    • Slovenian Energy Association SEA, Dejan Koletnik
    • GEN-I, Robert Golob
    • University of Novo mesto, Faculty of mechanical engineering, prof. Peter Novak.

EPC VI goals:

  1. Actualisation of the present national energy situation
  2. Climate energy national goals – the paths and path to go
  3. Energy framework as we see it
  4. What we need to reach a consensus, “speaking with one voice”

Where:Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia, Dimičeva 13, Ljubljana, first floor, hall A

When:Tuesday, 19 February 2019 at 9 am, registration form 8.30 am

The EPC VI is as previous EPCs without any entry fees, more about the EPCs on http://energypolicyconsideration.eu/si/epc-6-2019/.

 

Kind regards

Franc Žlahtič

 

Ljubljana, 4. februarja 2019