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Energy Union Future Leaders

Under the auspices of Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President, Energy Union, European Commission

Brought to you by the Greek Energy Forum and the Energy & Environmental Policy Laboratory of the University of Piraeus

Athens, Greece

10-12th November 2017

The Energy Union Future Leaders Academy is organised jointly by the Greek Energy Forum and the Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory at the University of Piraeus. The Academy runs under the auspices of the European Commission and with the personal support of Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President, Energy Union, European Commission.


The Organising Committee

Greek Energy Forum:

Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory:


About the Organisers

Greek Energy Forum:

The Greek Energy Forum (Ελληνικό Ενεργειακό Forum) – founded and headquartered in London since 2013 and currently featuring branch offices in Brussels, Athens, Nicosia, Dubai and Washington DC – is an international energy think tank consisting of Greek energy professionals holding international corporate posts, and sharing a common interest in the broader energy industry in Greece and Southeastern Europe. The members of the  Greek Energy Forum hold international corporate posts and their expertise spans across the energy industry spectrum, benefiting the Greek Energy Forum with a multi-disciplinary skill-set and a holistic approach to its field. The main objectives of the Greek Energy Forum are:

–To establish an international platform of ideas and dialogue amongst energy professionals to enable Change in the energy setting of SE Europe/East Med

–To inform investors and public opinion on latest energy developments and “best practice” examples successfully applied abroad respectively

–To propose and communicate energy policy proposals and reforms to governments and decision makers

The Greek Energy Forum holds regular meetings across different international locations in the form of networking events and round-table sessions, panel discussions or presentations, hosting guest speakers who share their views on targeted energy topics and contribute to the open discussion among its members. Additionally, the formation of working groups within its member structure, results in the publication of articles and opinions papers which are published across multiple media platforms. 

Provided the recent and ever progressing developments around energy and hydrocarbons in Greece and Southeastern Europe, the Greek Energy Forum aims at utilising the know-how and invaluable expertise of its members to contribute with innovative proposals and hence catalyse the growth of the energy industry in the region. We welcome all the energy professionals of Hellenic origin that would like to support that cause and who are willing to enhance their network, exchange ideas and promote the development of the energy and hydrocarbons industry in our region.


Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory:

The Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory at the University of Piraeus was established in 2016, within the Department of International and European Studies of the School of Economics, Business and International Studies. The same School and Department hosts the Master Program in Energy: Strategy, Law and Economics, which is the leading multi-disciplinary program in energy in Greece and one of the most business-oriented relevant programs in Europe.

The Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory, through the multi-disciplinary expertise of its staff, produces high quality, independent research in energy and environmental policy issues. It specialized in energy markets, energy-economy-environment (E3) modelling, environmental assessments and decisions making in energy and environmental policy issues. It elaborates research projects with the business, industry and energy sectors and disseminates its research work through its own Working Paper Series, international scientific journals, conferences and books.

The Energy and Environmental Policy Laboratory aims to contribute to the energy and climate change debates and to a more coherent, multi-disciplinary understanding of national, regional and international energy and environmental policy issues.

The Laboratory’s multidisciplinary expertise allows it to examine the economics, the politics and the legal aspects of energy and environmental policy issues. Our research activity focuses on the following areas:

– Modelling the Energy Markets and Energy Systems
– Energy and Environmental Regulation
– Energy and Environmental Policy
– Climate Change & Environmental Impact Assessments