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8th Annual Energy Transitions Conference

UEF Law School, in cooperation with the UEF Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL) and Marie Curie Doctoral network “Training for a Hydrogen Economy based Renewable Energy Society in the Anthropocene”, is pleased to announce the call for papers for its 2024 international and European energy law and policy conference. The event will take place on 27 and 28 June 2024 in Joensuu, Finland.

The planned sessions include:

•            Global regional developments in energy markets

•            Global developments in the power and gas sectors

•            Energy crisis: reforming markets?

•            EU Regulation of recycled carbon fuels and e-fuels

•            Future of energy investment arbitration in EU and beyond

•            Energy disputes post-Russian attach

•            Towards carbon-neutral LNG: Legal and contractual considerations

•            Regulating for a hydrogen economy based renewable energy society in the Anthropocene

•            Developments in global energy and climate governance

•            Role of law in the energy transition

•            Strategic raw materials and the clean energy transition

•            Increased automatization and AI regulatory developments

•            Global permitting reforms

The above-mentioned sessions serve only as examples, paper proposals on other related topics as well are welcomed.

Paper submission:

An expression of interest should:

•            take the form of a title and an abstract (100 – 200 words) and

•            indicate the name, institutional affiliation and contact details of the author(s)

The deadline for expressions of interest is 1 March 2024.

Papers should:

•            be in the range of 5 000 to 8 000 words;

•            indicate the name, institutional affiliation and contact details of the author(s).

The deadline for submission of papers is 16 April 2024.

Both expressions of interest and the papers should be sent to both: and