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Webinar - Portuguese Presidency series: Economic Recovery (open to externals)

18 May 2021 15.30 CEST - 18 May 2021 17.00 CEST






This event is organised jointly by AmCham EU and AmCham Portugal.


Keynote speech

Pedro Siza Vieira, Minister of Economy, Portugal


Panel discussion

Bernardo Correia, Country Manager, Google Portugal

Cristina Falcone (UPS), Chair, Policy Group, AmCham EU

Reka Horvath, Deputy Head of Unit, Recovery and Resilience Task Force, European Commission

REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN: to register to this event, please use this link.  Please note that the videoconference details will be shared with the registered members a day before the event.


For more information, please contact Jelena Letljane (


Webinar - Charging up the European Green Deal: the case for batteries (open to externals)

27 May 2021 10.15 CEST - 27 May 2021 12.00 CEST


In November 2020, the European Commission put forward a regulation for Sustainable Batteries. Batteries will be an essential technology to help accelerate both the environmental and digital transformation and achieve climate neutrality. During this discussion we will explore opportunities and implications of the proposed regulation and examine the role batteries will play in achieving the European Green Deal objectives.

Speakers include
Telma Branco, Environment Attaché, Permanent Representation of Portugal to the European Union
Ewout Deurwaarder, Policy Officer Batteries and Ecodesign, DG GROW, European Commission
Karin Karlsbro, Member of the European Parliament (RE, SE) (invited)
Vasileios Rizos, Head of Sustainable Resources and Circular Economy, CEPS
More speakers to be announced at a later stage
Silke Conrad, Head of EU Regulatory Affairs Trucks and Buses, Daimler

Questions? Contact Emilie Bartolini • 32 (0) 2 289 10 15