TEN-E Regulation: effectively aligning Europe’s energy infrastructure and climate goals

  • Online debate in Brussels

At the invitation of Jerzy Buzek MEP, President of the European Energy Forum

Jan Ingwersen, General Director, ENTSOG
Dimitrios Chaniotis, Chairman System Development Committee, ENTSO-E
Joachim Balke, Head of Unit for Infrastructure and Regional Cooperation, DG ENER, European Commission
MEP Zdzisław Krasnodębski, Active Member of the EEF
MEP Maria Spyraki, EEF Active Member
MEP Tsvetelina Penkova, EEF Active Member
MEP Paolo Borchia
MEP Claudia Gamon
MEP Nicolás González Casares
MEP Marie Toussaint 


Pascale Verheust, Director General of the EEF

In December 2020, the European Commission presented a proposal for the revision of the TEN-E Regulation.

As the EU transition towards climate-neutrality speeds up, so does the need to ensure Europe’s energy infrastructure system is future-proof and efficient: aligning the TEN-E rules to the EU Green Deal is crucial. How to best accomplish this key task? Many points are to be addressed, many actors are involved and joint discussions become a priority.

This online energy debate will offer to key MEPs and the EEF Associate Members the possibility to share their views on the topic. The discussion will be launched by short statements from ENTSO-E and ENTSOG. The European Commission will also join in to provide its input.

We count on all our guests in the audience for a fruitful energy discussion!


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