Energy Transition in Europe: Options for Constitutional Reform
June 8th 2018, 13.00-16.30. The Common Hall (Fællessalen), Christiansborg, the Danish Parliament building
Short Statement on Behalf of the Organisers of the Conference
By Niels Henrik Hooge, NOAH Friends of the Earth Denmark.
By the Conference Chair, Dr. Göran Bryntse, Chairman of the Swedish Renewable Energies Organization | Power Point Presentation
By Ida Auken, Energy and Climate Spokesperson for the Danish Social Liberal Party and Former Minister for the Environment
The Future of the Euratom Treaty: What are the Legal Options?
Dr. Dörte Fouquet, Partner at Becker, Büttner and Held Law Firm | Power Point Presentation
Brexit’s Impact on Euratom
Antony Froggatt, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House | Power Point Presentation
Panel Debate: What Future for the Euratom Treaty?
Panellists: Dr. Dörte Fouquet, Antony Froggatt and Dr. Johan Swahn, Director, The Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review
Moderator: Heinz Stockinger, Chairman of Plattform gegen Atomgefahren Salzburg
The European Energy Transition Protocol
Dr. Wilhelm Bergthaler, Lawyer at Haslinger, Nagele & Partner and Honorary Professor at Institute of Environmental Law, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz | Power Point Presentation | The European Energy Transition Protocol
Panel Debate: ”A New Energy Constitution for Europe: How Big Is the Need And Is It Possible?”
Panellists: Dr. Wilhelm Bergthaler, Troels Ranis, Director Energy and Environment, Confederation of Danish Industry, and Prof. Emeritus Thomas B. Johansson, The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University
Moderator: Dr. Göran Bryntse
Conclusions and Closing: Dr. Göran Bryntse
The organisers were NOAH – Friends of the Earth Denmark, the Danish Ecological Council, SustainableEnergy, Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy, the Swedish NGO Office for Nuclear Waste Review, the Swedish Renewable Energies Organization and Plattform gegen Atomgefahren in Austria.
The conference was supported by Miljø- og Energifonden, The OOA Foundation and 1. Majfonden.