Past Event

The Polish view on extending the EU-ETS: Red lines, room to manoeuvre, game changers

What are the red lines, what room is there to manoeuvre, and which elements of the new carbon pricing architecture can be real game changers?

Date: April 21, 2021, 1:00 pm Topic: Energy & Climate

video recording

In this webinar jointly organised by WiseEuropa, Bruegel and PIK, the abovementioned proposal to extent the EU ETS were presented, followed by a panel discussion with stakeholders from Poland. What are the red lines, what room is there to manoeuvre, and which elements of the new carbon pricing architecture can be real game changers?

A summary of the event is available to download. You can also download PowerPoints of both presentations by Georg Zachmann and Maciej Bukowski.

This event was organised in cooperation with the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and WiseEuropa.

Schedule

Apr 21, 2021

13:00-13:05

Welcome and Introduction

13:05-13:25

Presentation

Michael Pahle, Head of working group "Climate & Energy Policy", Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research

Georg Zachmann, Senior Fellow

13:25-13:40

Overview of the Polish context

Maciej Bukowski, Head of the Research Economics and Economic Policy Programme, WiseEuropa

13:40-14:10

Discussion

Chair: Aleksander Śniegocki, Head of the Energy, Climate and Environment Programme, WiseEuropa

Wanda Buk, Vice-President for Regulatory Affairs, PGE Group

Maciej Bukowski, Head of the Research Economics and Economic Policy Programme, WiseEuropa

Adam Guibourgé-Czetwertyński, Ministry of Climate and Environment, Republic of Poland

Michael Pahle, Head of working group "Climate & Energy Policy", Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research

Urszula Stefanowicz, Coordinator, Koalicja Klimatyczna

Georg Zachmann, Senior Fellow

14:10-14:25

Q&A

14:25-14:30

Closing remarks

Speakers

Wanda Buk

Vice-President for Regulatory Affairs, PGE Group

Maciej Bukowski

Head of the Research Economics and Economic Policy Programme, WiseEuropa

Adam Guibourgé-Czetwertyński

Ministry of Climate and Environment, Republic of Poland

Michael Pahle

Head of working group "Climate & Energy Policy", Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research

Aleksander Śniegocki

Head of the Energy, Climate and Environment Programme, WiseEuropa

Urszula Stefanowicz

Coordinator, Koalicja Klimatyczna

Georg Zachmann

Senior Fellow

Location & Contact

Bruegel, Rue de la Charité 33, 1210 Brussels

Katja Knezevic

[email protected]

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