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OFFICIAL OPENING: Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI)

On November, 18th, CBS' president Nikolaj Malchow-Møller will officially open Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI). Climate change and the green transition are maybe the biggest challenge ever - therefore, CBS opens a research centre at CBS' Department of Economics, which will contribute with research and new knowledge connected to energy economics and infrastructure.

Monday, November 18, 2019 - 15:30 to 18:00

Agenda for the opening

15.30 Opening ceremony

  • Welcome, Nikolaj Malchow-Møller, president, Copenhagen Business School (CBS)

  • Opening Greetings, Dan Jørgensen, Danish Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities - per video

  • Opening Remarks, Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Deputy Director General, DG Energy, European Commission
     

  • Why CSEI? Thomas Egebo, CEO, Energinet

  • The research agenda of CSEI, Tooraj Jamasb, Director of CSEI

  • The setup of CSEI, Philipp Alexander Ostrowicz, Coordinator of CSEI
     

  • The view from industry, Christoph von dem Bussche, CEO Gascade, partner of CSEI

  • The view from academia, Jean-Michel Glachant, Director of Florence School of Regulation (FSR)

  • The view of a regulator, Roar Amundsveen, Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE)  
     

17.00 Reception

 

CSEI Opening

The Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) will conduct research in tomorrow’s energy infrastructure from a economic policy point-of-view to ensure a successful transition towards a new sustainable European Energy Infrastructure based on volatile and largely renewable energy sources. CSEI is established as a research center at CBS' Department of Economics and will deliver expertise and new knowledge as well as education within energy infrastructure in close cooperation with stakeholders from the sector, the European Commission and society at large. CSEI is directly supported by the European Commission (DG Energy), and will qualify the discussions at the Commision’s annual Copenhagen Energy Infrastructure Forum. CSEI will analyze the consequences of digitalization of the energy sector and its impact on energy infrastructure, investigate efficient regional decision-making procedures, explore ways to promote public acceptance of energy infrastructure projects and examine the financial challenges to energy infrastructure projects.

More info here!

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