These round tables offer a unique opportunity for academics, policy makers, consultants and representatives from energy business to meet and discuss various relevant energy related topics. The topics vary from the impact of climate policy on international competitiveness to the energy transition and from the role of local governments to alternatives to fossil fuels.
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