Europe successfully designed a sustainable 2030 framework, taking into consideration the three main objectives: security and stability of energy supply; globally cost/competitive energy prices and environmental aspects to tackle negative externalities. EU leaders agreed in March 2014 to decide on the framework in October 2014. Throughout these months, they have to face one of the most significant geopolitical challenges in our age of time: energy security. Disruptions in energy supply can have far-ranging consequences for consumers and businesses, and they are, as such, a very effective political tool.
Join us during this EU Committee Business Lunch, where Mr. Tomasz Husak, Deputy Head of Permanent Representation, Permanent Representative of Poland, will deepen the themes of sustainability, competitiveness and security of supply, in the light of the new Europe’s 2030 Climate and Energy Framework.
Tomasz HUSAK is a career member of the Polish Foreign Service since 2003. From January 2014, Deputy Permanent Representative of Poland to the European Union, Representative in COREPER I. From the beginning he has been involved in European affairs being responsible horizontally for EU external and neighborhood Policy. He performed as Assistant to the Foreign Minister and as Antici in the Permanent Representation of Poland to the European Union, chairing the Antici Group during the Polish Presidency in the Council of the EU in 2011. In 2012 he became Deputy Director in the Department of the Committee of European Affairs in the MFA, responsible i. a. for the preparation of Poland to EU summits. Holds a PhD degree in Economics (Warsaw School of Economics) and another one in Political Sciences (Université Paris-Est). He specializes in ongoing issues of European policy and the EU’s institutional evolution, carrying out different research in this area. Lecturer of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration for programmes aiming at preparing consecutive presidencies in the Council of the EU.
Deputy Representative | Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU