Evening Lecture – The Role of Nuclear in Europe’s Energy Transition
The International Energy Agency (IEA) presents in 2020 the Energy Policies of the European Union report. It reviews the EU policies of the past five years and proposes recommendations to the EU and actions for the energy sector to enable the European Green Deal. In this context, the IEA has also reviewed the state of nuclear and its role going forward.
- 18:30 - 19:15
- 19:15 - 19:45
- Questions & Answers
Sylvia Beyer Senior Policy Analyst, Energy Policy and Security Division at International Energy Agency (IEA)Sylvia BeyerSenior Policy Analyst, Energy Policy and Security Division at International Energy Agency (IEA)
Ms. Sylvia Elisabeth Beyer has been a Senior Policy Analyst in the Energy Policy and Security Division at the IEA since June 2012, and is country desk officer for Australia, Finland, France, European Union and the United Kingdom.
Prior to this, she was a Policy Officer at the European Commission Directorate General (DG) Energy from 2009 to 2012, where she dealt with security of gas supply, energy networks, TEN-E, multiannual financial framework (Connecting Europe Facility) and general EU energy policy.
From 2006 to 2009, Ms. Beyer worked as Consultant on telecoms and energy network industries at APCO Worldwide and as a Project Assistant at the Union of Electricity Industry (Eurelectric) in Brussels.
She holds a diploma in economics and in culture and business administration from Passau University in Germany and a postgraduate master in European Studies from the College of Europe.