Targeted presentations delivered by legal and policy experts of the Secretariat focused on dispute settlement, energy efficiency, energy investment and energy transit. In addition, the Expansion Unit presented the Energy Charter’s growing international cooperation with observer and outreach countries in Africa and Asia.
In order to share country specific challenges in the energy sector and the role of Energy Charter Treaty in local context, seconded officials from Azerbaijan and Yemen joined the discussions. This covered Azerbaijan’s main priorities during its 2020 Chairmanship in the Energy Charter Conference, which include rapid deployment of renewable energy sources, improved energy efficiency and enhanced supply security. How the Energy Charter Treaty could help a country like Yemen, a post-conflict country, in attracting energy investments, especially in the area of rural electrification gave some real life examples to the students.
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