Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Implications for Energy Transition in CEE

Many countries throughout central and eastern Europe rely heavily on Russian fossil fuels.

The Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine and the therefore increased gas prices have moved the idea of energy independence into the center of political discussions. In our web seminar, experts from Bulgaria, Romania and Poland will discuss how the prioritization of this goal will affect the longstanding objective of clean energy transition within central and eastern Europe.

Tuesday, 22 March 2022
14:00 – 15:00 CET

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Gas-fired power station in Greece ©Jason_Blackeye_UnSplash


  • Radu Dudau, Co-founder and Director of “Energy Policy Group” (EPG)
  • Dr. Aleksandra Gawllkowska-Fyk, Director of Power Sector Program in the polish think tank “Forum Energii”
  • Ruslan Stefanov, Program Director and Chief Economist at the “Center for the Study of Democracy” (CSD).

Note that this web seminar will be recorded.


Bookings are closed for this event.