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Plenary sessions

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Opening Plenary Session:
Energy efficiency in national buildings policy: only the EU makes it work?

Moderator: Julian Popov, Ex-minister of Environment in Bulgarian government, ECF fellow

ROOM: Poseidon

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KEYNOTE - TRANSCRIPT OF SPEECH AVAILABLE HERE

Energy Union: finding common grounds between national and European interests

Maroš Šefčovič (confirmed via teleconference)

Vicepresident for Energy Union

European Commission

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Energy Efficiency and Bulgarian Buildings Policy

Lilyana Pavlova (confirmed)

Minister of Regional Development

Government of Bulgaria

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2016 energy efficiency policy review: The good, the bad, and the revisions

Fiona Kinsman (confirmed)

Legal Officer, Unit Energy Efficiency & Intelligent Energy

DG Energy, European Commission

 

Panelist

Ondrej Sramek (confirmed)

Public Affairs Director, Central and Eastern Europe

Knauf Insulation

 

Panelist

Ulrich Bang (confirmed)

Director, Global Public Affairs & Corporate Responsibility

VELUX Group

 

Panelist

Vladimir Sochor (confirmed)

Ministry of Industry and Trade

Czech Republic

 

Second plenary session:
Multiple benefits: How energy efficiency serves other societal needs

Moderator: Petr Holub, Chance for Buildings, Czech Republic

ROOM: Poseidon

 

KEYNOTE

Framing multiple benefits: What do we mean by them?

Samuel Thomas (confirmed)

Senior Programme Manager, Energy Efficiency Division

International Energy Agency

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Energy Efficiency projects of Sofia Municipality and their benefits

Maria Boyadzhiyska (confirmed)

Deputy Mayor for Ecology and Environment

City of Sofia

 

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Regional development and social aspects of building renovation

Charlina Vitcheva (confirmed)

Director, Smart and Sustainable Growth and Southern Europe

Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy, European Commission 

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Harry Verhaar (confirmed) 

Head of Global Public & Government Affairs

Philips Lighting 

 

Panelist

Debbie Weyl (confirmed)

Manager, Building Efficiency Initiative

World Resources Institute

 

Panelist

Marek Zaborowski (confirmed)

Vice President 

Institute of Environmental Economics, Krakow