Monday, 8 April 2019
The Future of Renewable Energy
an international round-table of business, regulatory and legal experts
Is Renewable Energy coming of age or facing a backlash? Is it now mainstream or still an adventure? Should the public still support it and, if so, how? How should it regulate it? What is the role of dispute resolution and of investor protection in this scheme?
These are all questions that itch the energy sector, both in Romania and globally.
The Future of Renewable Energy brings together business leaders, policy makers and leading jurists to debate current thinking about the development of the industry at the crossroad between the investment drive, regulation, public incentives and dispute resolution.
Hosted by the Bucharest International Arbitration Court (BIAC) and the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC)
14h30 – 14h45 Welcome by Ms Annet van Hooft (Hon President – BIAC)
14h45 – 15h30 Keynote Speaker: Prof. Kaj Hober (Chairperson – SCC)
15h30 – 16h30 Panel 1 – Regulation of RE projects: focus on Romania
Moderator: Mr Adrian Iordache (Managing Partner – Iordache & Partners)
Panelists: Mr Zoltan Nagy (Vice President – ANRE); Mr Markus Vrieling (Chairman – NERO JP); Mr Ciprian Glodeanu (Chairman – ARIF); Mr Ovidiu Demetrescu (Partner – London Brokers); Mr Bogdan Biris (Legal Counsel – MAE)
16h45 – 17h45 Panel 2 – Energy disputes and investment protection: recent developments
Moderator: Mr Johan Sidklev (Partner – Roschier)
Panelists: Dr Crina Baltag (Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Bedfordshire); Dr Anna de Luca (Professor – Bocconi University); Mr Lucian Ilie (Senior Associate – Reed Smith London); Ms Anastasia Bondarenko (Associate Director – Vannin Capital)
18h00 – 19h30 Cocktail and video presentation by SCC
Hilton Garden Inn, Strada Doamnei 12, Bucharest
Attendance is free. However, due to limited space, we kindly ask that you confirm your participation at