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Seminar “Policies and Measures against Energy Poverty”. Madrid

04 Nov

We are pleased to invite you to the seminar entitled “Policies and Measures against Energy Poverty” being organised in partnership with the University of Barcelona, at which various outstanding experts in the sector will speak.

Description of the activity

8:30 Registration

9:00 Opening Session

José Domínguez Abascal, State Secretary for Energy at the Spanish Ministry for the Ecological Transition
Francisco Reynés, Chairman & CEO of Naturgy

09:30 Round Table Discussion I: Actions against energy poverty

Moderated byMaría Eugenia Coronado, Managing Director of the Naturgy Foundation
María Teresa Costa, Professor of Economics at the University of Barcelona and Professor of Energy Sustainability (IEB-UB). Presentation of the report entitled “Energy Poverty in Spain: An income-based approach”
Ester Sevilla, Social and International Projects Director at the Naturgy Foundation. Naturgy Energy Vulnerability Plan

10:20 Coffee break

10:50 Round Table Discussion  II. Participatory action for dealing with energy poverty

Modderated by: Alberto Barranco, Advisor to the Office of the State Secretary for Energy
Spanish Red Cross representative.
Natalia Peiro
, General Secretary of Cáritas
Xavier MauriManaging Director of Hàbitat3 Foundation.

11:50 Keynote speaker: Energy poverty from a global perspective

Moderated by Joan Batalla, Professor at the University of Barcelona and researcher for the Professor of Energy Sustainability (IEB-UB)
Shonali Pachauri, Assistant Director of the Programme for Transitions to New Technologies and Senior Researcher on the Energy Programme at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

12:50 Closing Ceremony

Rafael Villaseca, Chairman of the Naturgy Foundation

13:30 End


A copy of the report “Energy poverty in Spain. Approach from an income perspective ” will be delivered to all attendees.

Monday, 4 November

Casa de América –
C. Marqués del Duero, 2 28001 Madrid

Spaces are limited.

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