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Madrid, 23 May 2018 – The role of National Promotional Banks (NPBs) in climate finance

| 23/05/2018 | 09:30 > 13:00 |

Thomas Pellerin-Carlin, research fellow at the Jacques Delors Institute, in charge of European Energy Policy, intervenes for a semianr organised by the Fundacion ICO and Bruegel, on the role of National Promotional Banks (NPBs) in climate finance.

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This seminar brings together European reserach fellows and experts on European enerhy issues and aims at determining priority fields and instruments where National Promotional Banks (NPBs) can play an active role to promote the EU energy transition, and notably the EU 2030 climate and energy targets.

Thomas Pellerin-Carlin will notably present the EU 2030 climate and energy framework, during a discussion on perspectives on the EU energy and climate transition. He will speak along with Lara Lazaro Touza, Director, Energy Program,Real Instituto Elcano, and Miguel Angel Munoz Rodriguez, Head of Climate Policies at Iberdrola.

If you want more information on this intervention, you can consult the programme, enclosed to this announcement.

This seminar brings together European reserach fellows and experts on European enerhy issues and aims at determining priority fields and instruments where National Promotional Banks (NPBs) can play an active role to promote the EU energy transition, and notably the EU 2030 climate and energy targets.

Thomas Pellerin-Carlin will notably present the EU 2030 climate and energy framework, during a discussion on perspectives on the EU energy and climate transition. He will speak along with Lara Lazaro Touza, Director, Energy Program,Real Instituto Elcano, and Miguel Angel Munoz Rodriguez, Head of Climate Policies at Iberdrola.

If you want more information on this intervention, you can consult the programme, enclosed to this announcement.

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