The energy sector is crucial for both shores of the Mediterranean. As the demand in the Southern shore is expected to increase in the upcoming years due to population growth, secure, sustainable and affordable energy will increasingly represent a tool for development and cooperation. In this regard, states that border the Mediterranean have a unique opportunity to work together to develop energy networks, integrating their markets and improving energy efficiency. Cooperation on energy can unfold the region’s potential in bringing tangible economic benefits and mitigating long-lasting regional geopolitical tensions and conflicts. ISPI and the Italian Member Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC Italy), in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, during the World Energy Week (WEW), promote in Milan next October 10th the Towards MED “Energy as a bridge through the Mediterranean region” aiming at discussing an applicable strategic vision for the future of the Euro-Mediterranean energy relationship.
VIDEOS AND INTERVIEWS
Highlights from the event
Claudio Descalzi | Companies and Geopolitical risks
Marco Margheri (EDISON) | Energy is at the core of Human Development
Luca Torchia (TERNA) | Italy is a Energy Hub in the Mediterranean Region
Moncef Harrabi (STEG): “Natural gas is a primary energy, necessary for human life”
Houda Allal (OME) | The energy challenges for the Mediterranean Region