Wouter Geldhof, head of our Energy team, speaks on: "Relationships between stakeholders - Legal aspects of decentralized energy generation and storage and other flexibility mechanisms"
The theme of the conference:
In the context of international negotiations aimed at containing temperature rise well below 2 ° C, Belgium is committed to implementing a low carbon strategy in which it aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from 80% to 95% by 2050.
This ambitious objective must be applied at regional or even local level. Reducing energy consumption and achieving carbon neutrality is the objective of many cities in the world (Copenhagen, Stockholm, Hannover, Adelaide, Newcastle, ...).
How could Brussels make its mark? What technologies could make the difference to boost energy efficiency, enabling decentralized energy production and storage.
How could Brussels become a leader again and occupy a strategic and symbolic position while creating local employment?
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