STADLER VÖLKEL Rechtsanwälte GmbH

Decentralized Energy

11 April 2021
Decentralized Energy

Today, energy supply is largely centralized. Individual companies provide a region with electricity, for example, which is generated by individual producers at comparatively few locations. However, with the increasing spread of solar power systems for energy generation and energy storage systems in private households, the decentralized energy industry is increasingly moving into the public eye.

The Renewable Energy Expansion Act now makes so-called energy communities possible for the first time. We would like to discuss the basics of this law and its possible effects in a high-profile expert panel. We cordially invite you to an exciting panel discussion on 5 May 2021.


| 19:00 | Opening | Dr. Eric Frey, DerStandard | | ----- | ------------------------------------------------------------------- | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- | | 19:10 | Energy communities - European and public law basics | Prof. Dr. Christoph Krönke, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration | | 19:25 | Practical Considerations on decentralization of the energy industry | Kai Siefert, MBA, Wien Energie | | 19:40 | Civil law aspects of decentralized energy management | Dr. Oliver Völkel, LL.M., STADLER VÖLKEL | | 19:55 | Panel discussion | |


Dr. Eric Frey, DerStandard

Registration: event takes place in cooperation with the WU Legal Tech Center.

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