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CENERS representatives at the Central European Day of Energy

The Central European Energy partners, an organization representing interests of stakeholders from within the energy sector of the Central and Eastern Europe is organizing the Central European Day of Energy – an international conference aimed on sharing knowledge and experience from various central and eastern European countries in innovation and sustainable development in the energy sector.

The conference will take place in Brussels on December 11.

The CENERS representatives will take part in the event with their contribution on the current situation in the Czech Republic.

Osicka at SET Plan 2017 conference

Jan Osicka delivered a contribution at the 10th SET Plan conference, which took place in Bratislava between November 29 and December 1.

Jan was on a panel titled "Market integration - Central European natural gas market". He based his speech on results of a recently published paper on gas market integration in V4 countries, published earlier this year.

You may access a video from the panel at the conference website.

Vlček at conference in St. Petersburg

Tomáš Vlček participated at the 10th annual conference ENERGETIKA XXI: Economy, Policy, Ecology in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.

In his presentation titled "Geopolitics of the Nuclear Power Plant Projects in the Baltic Region" he analyzed the strategic interests of key regional actors in the Baltic region and Belarus with a special emphasis on the Astravets nuclear power plant in Belarus.

New Publication Successes of Jirusek and Vlcek

In the beginning of September a new paper written by M. Jirušek and T. Vlček was published. The paper is titled "Global impact of energy exports from the United States: Assessment of potential consequences for targeted markets" and was published in Switzerland-based International Journal of Global Energy Issues. The paper analyzes the export potential of the USA in the energy field and its impact on targeted markets.

Ocelik and Lehotsky at Conference in Mainz

Petr Ocelik and Lukas Lehotsky participated at a Third European Conference on Social Networks, a major academic conference on network-based reserach. 

Peter presented two contributions in a panel titled "Political Networks: National and subnational political networks".

First paper was on "Climate Change Policy Networks in the Czech Republic", a case study belonging under the header of international COMPON project. The paper is prepared in cooperation with co-authors from University of Helsinki.