Leadership perspective – The sustainability conundrum
The energy transition has the potential to reshape the future and make energy markets safer and less dependent on geopolitical setbacks. But the road ahead can be bumpy. The COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine caused energy prices to skyrocket and placed economies in Europe and other parts of the world in uncertain scenarios for growth and recovery. In this conversation, GFCC Chairman talks to the Greek Minister of Environment and Energy about the green transition in the country, discussing new reforms to decarbonize the grid and make energy networks more resilient and supply secure.
Konstantinos Skrekas, Minister of Environment & Energy, Greece
Moderator: Chad O. Holliday, Chairman, GFCC, USA
- How can countries balance sustainability and energy security?
- What steps is Greece taking to advance energy transition?
- What policies could help countries better navigate energy transition?