Seminar

Wouter Geldhof will moderate the first session at the 17th Renewable Energy Finance Forum in Amsterdam

Wouter Geldhof will moderate the first session at the 17th Renewable Energy Finance Forum in Amsterdam

Wouter Geldhof will moderate the first session at the 17th Renewable Energy Finance Forum in Amsterdam

08.09.2015 BE law

This forum will discuss the European Commission’s plans for the future of Europe’s renewable energy infrastructure with David Kerins, Economist, Energy Efficiency & Renewables, Projects Directorate, European Investment Bank and Kristian Ruby, Chief Policy Officer, EWEA.

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