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Twin transition Green & Digital in EU-ASEAN partnership
Digitalising energy systems
This high-level online public event is co-organised with the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP).
Faced with the challenges of climate change, increased energy demand and higher fossil fuels’ price, the EU and ASEAN are stepping up their cooperation in the green energy domain. At the EU-ASEAN Commemorative Summit of 14 December 2022, leaders reaffirmed their partnership and commitment to accelerate the roll-out of renewable energy sources.
The twin transition of green and digital presents a tremendous opportunity to build together more sustainable, smart, clean and efficient energy systems. This transition brings many opportunities, but also comes with challenges, such as financial, technical and regulatory barriers as well as cyber security risks, that require forward-looking responses
- How can the EU and ASEAN accelerate the green transition in a smart way?
- What is the role of smart technologies in the green energy domain?
- What can ASEAN and the EU gain from working together, next to China and the US?
- Henriette Faergemann, First Counsellor Environment, Climate Action, ICT at Delegation of the European Union to ASEAN
- Beni Suryadi, Project Manager at ASEAN Centre for Energy
- Liana Jo Ault, Venture General Manager for Energy Orchestration at Nokia
- Henry Chan, Senior Research Fellow, Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP)
- Moderator Louise van Schaik, Head of EU & Global Affairs Unit at the Clingendael Institute
- moderated by Giulia Cretti, Junior Research Fellow at the Clingendael Institute
- Ambassador Pou Sothirak, Director of the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP)
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Do you want to know more about the twin transition in EU-ASEAN partnership? Read the policy brief Plugging Green Power into the EU-ASEAN Partnership.