The topic of wind offshore is one of the priorities on the energy policy agenda of the European Council this year and is seen as a major contribution to achieving European climate neutrality by 2050.
In order to make the electricity system CO2-neutral, we need about 180 GW of wind energy in the North Sea by 2050.
The central elements of a European, sector-coupled, climate-neutral energy system must be defined today in order to achieve these ambitious goals. The panel discussion will analyse how a possible roadmap for this future might look like.
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Keynotes and Discussion by
Sandor Gaastra, Director General Climate and Energy, Dutch Ministry of Economics and Climate Policy
Kristoffer Böttzauw, Director General, Danish Energy Agency
Andreas Feicht, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy
Rainer Baake, Managing Director, Climate Neutrality Foundation
Manon van Beek, CEO, TenneT Holding B.V.
Sasha Twining, TV and Radio Presenter