Europe faces complex challenges around the future direction of energy policy and is tasked with ensuring secure and climate-friendly energy, as well as a competitive energy market.

Adam Janczak, Deputy Director, EU Climate and Energy Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Poland
Sir David King, Special Representative for Climate Change, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK
Shane Tomlinson, Senior Research Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources, Chatham House

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Overview

The EU’s Energy Union strategy is designed to meet these challenges by securing energy for member states, reducing emissions, creating a fully integrated energy market and driving research and innovation. The panel consider how the Energy Union could address these challenges and deliver an energy transition for Europe. In particular, the speakers share Polish and UK perspectives, considering what the Energy Union could mean for these two countries.

More information at The Future of European Energy: Implications for Security, Competitiveness and Climate Change