In the midst of a climate emergency, emissions associated with energy consumption justify rethinking production, distribution and consumption systems; in order to achieve energy efficiency that promotes sustainable economic and social development, based on an efficient, safe, accessible energy system that is compatible with environmental protection. There is talk of energy transition to a low carbon economy, understood as necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reinforce the weight of renewable energies. The European Union has spearheaded this transition process, developing regulations that aim to encourage Member States to adopt a low-carbon economy through business models focused on promoting the production of decentralized energy, in what is understood to be a paradigm shift. energy markets towards the empowerment of local communities.
Carla Prino and Ana Rita Antunes
- Moderation: Anja Bothe;
- Date: October 26 (Tuesday) at 19:00;
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Department of Law