'‘Just’ Energy Infrastructure forthe Climate Common Good' FORUM

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This event is free and open to everyone, but please note that registration is required.

Convenors: Raphaël Heffron, Louis de Fontenelle, & Emmanuelle Santoire (UPPA-CNRS)

The University of Pau and the Pays de l'Adour, the TREE Research Centre (Energy and Environmental Transitions), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
(CNRS, France), the Maison Française d'Oxford and the Institute of European and Comparative Law (University of Oxford) are convening for the ‘Just’ Energy Infrastructure for the Climate Common Good: a Comparative International Analysis Forum.

The Forum event launches the first dialogue of an ambitious research and policy program on international investment in energy infrastructure from the perspective of justice as society moves to a low-carbon economy. Faced with an internationally shared, albeit diverse, critical need for infrastructure to enable the energy-climate transition, how can investments be directed into energy infrastructure towards the climate common good?

This Forum is part of the Energy Justice and the Social Contract chair event series.

With insights from, among others:

  • Ms Béatrice Coda, Seconded Head of Unit at CINEA, European Commission, DG Energy, Green Transition and Energy System Integration, CEF Energy and Renewable Energy Financing Mechanism
  • Me Mathias Dantin, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills Paris LLP, Energy & Infrastructure Team, Member ofthe Paris & New York Bars
  • Prof. Sanja Bogojevic, Professor of Law, University of Oxford, Institute of European and Comparative Law, Fellow and Tutor at Lady Margaret Hall
  • Prof. Frédéric Gonand, Professor of Economics, University Paris DauphinePSL, Former Commissioner ofthe French Energy Regulation Authority
  • The Energy Justice and the Social Contract chair team researchers, notably Prof. Raphael Heffron, Louis de Fontenelle and Dr. Emmanuelle Santoire

Download the programme here