>
Themes
>
Energy Policy and Climate Change

Energy Policy and Climate Change

The Energy Policy and Climate Change research program focuses on current issues of energy and climate policy in Slovakia and the region of Central Europe, especially in the context of the development of any EU policies. The program focuses on issues of energy security and energy transition and the challenges within the sector, such as decarbonisation or increasing the share of renewables. An important part of the program is the Central European Energy Conference (CEEC), which aims to create a platform for negotiation of key players in the energy sector of Central European countries and at the same time contribute to finding better solutions in the field of energy and climate policy. SFPA is also a member of the V4 Energy Think Tank Platform, which is a permanent network of think tanks facilitating energy-related and policy-oriented research and analysis with a regional focus, building on its member institutions’ expertise in energy studies.

Experts

Events

Projects

Central European Energy Conference (CEEC) 2021
Central European Energy Conference (CEEC) 2021

The aim of the 15th CEEC conference is to discuss the upcoming changes in energy sector. The consequences of Covid-19 pandemic created an opportunity to speed up necessary changes of energy sector. The conference will discuss the opportunities brought by the Recovery Facility in V4 countries and will pay special attention to emissions reduction in cities, new developments in energy storage, rail sector, and decarbonisation in industry.

Energy Security and Strategic Communication
Energy Security and Strategic Communication

The project’s aim was to contribute to building «communication bridges» between civil and governmental actors in Visegrad and Ukraine, as well as to strengthen the capacity of interacting between multi-stakeholders in a case of an energy crisis.

Single gas market and energy security in the Visegrad states: models, challenges, perspectives
Single gas market and energy security in the Visegrad states: models, challenges, perspectives

The main objective of the project is to investigate the opportunities and perspectives affecting cooperation between Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary in the gas market.

Aj vďaka vašim 2% prinášame kvalitný obsah