Traditional and Renewable Energy Forum

"Energy market today and prospects in Lithuania and the Baltics", October 24, 2012, Vilnius

In the last years Baltic countries and broader international community are finding themselves at the crossroads of energy policies. Politicians, economists, engineers and other professionals are pressed to seek answers to hard questions on the present and future of energy. There are fiery disputes on the need of new nuclear plant in Lithuania, as well as loud discussions all over the world on the safety of such energy sources after the tragedy at the Fukushima. Renewable energy also constantly comes into the spotlight as there is still no consensus on which of the options have the best prospects. Add to that energy sector reforms that are taking place around the Baltics and changing the rules of the game for market players and consumers.

Outcome of these discussions will have long lasting effects for Lithuanian and Baltic economy, business, politics, even the everyday consumer. Therefore Estonian Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania together with Baltic law firm VARUL on the 24th of October are inviting to the traditional and renewable energy forum "Energy Market Today and prospects in Lithuania and the Baltics".

The forum is dedicated to decision makers in the public and private sector that want to get more comprehensive picture of present energy market and what can be expected in the future. During the event experts from energy companies and organizations will provide their insights and discuss the following topics:

 Energy trends: nuclear energy, energy§ connections and updates
 Renewable energy§
 Changes in the energy§ market

Together with Estonian Chamber of Commerce and law firm VARUL forum is co-organized by ALPIQ Energy and Swiss Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania.

Sponsor of the event - Enefit UAB.

Event partners - Estonian and Latvian embassies in Vilnius and Consulate General of Switzerland in Vilnius.
 

Program Energy forum 24.10_program

Registration Registration 24.10

For more information please visit www.energyforum.lt

We are looking forward to meet you on 24th of October