EWEA Public Debate: Turning the EU's 2030 targets into a stable framework
One of the most eagerly awaited EU policy decisions this year are the headline targets for the 2030 Climate and Energy package that have been agreed by Member States at the October European Council.

This public debate hosted by EWEA launched the discussion on how this EU target will be achieved, in particular examining the division of responsibilities between the Commission and the Member States.

Panellists included:

Kilian Gross
(Acting head of Unit, Coordination Energy Policy, Directorate General for Energy)

Fredrick Federley
(MEP, Committee of Industry, Research and Energy, Coordinator, Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe in the European Parliament)

Guy Lentz
(Coordinator for EU and International Energy Affairs, Permanent Representation of Luxembourg to the European Union (2015 EU Presidency)

Hans ten Berge
(Secretary General, Union of the Electricity Industry, EURELECTRIC)

Thomas Becker
(CEO, European Wind Energy Association, EWEA)

Maciej Kolaczek
(First Counsellor, Permanent Representation of Poland to the European Union)

The debate was moderated by:

Katrina Sichel
(Independent journalist and professional moderator)

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