Way forward for renewables in Armenia

Best practice examples from local NGOs

Armenian NGOs working in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency take a look at the country's current political situation, presenting its experience and assess opportunities and risks for the development of renewables in Armenia.


Recent political events in Armenia could bear opportunities and become a motor of change, boosting a smooth and consistent energy supply in Armenia, increasing the share of renewables in the total energy mix in the country. The roundtable wants to present the work of Armenian NGOs working in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency and highlight some recommendations for further EU-Armenia collaboration in the priority area "stronger connectivity" within the Eastern Partnership Framework.

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Europabüro der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
11, Avenue de l’Yser,
1040 Brussels



  • Ruben Gevorgyan (R2E2)
    • Hasmik Barseghyan(SEDF)
      • Tamara Babayan(ESF)
        • Levon Harutyunyan (Tree of Life)
          • Vassilis Maragos (European Commission)
            • Rick Flint

              Sabina Wölkner

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              Head of the Multinational Development Policy Dialogue

              sabina.woelkner@kas.de +32 2 66931-77 +32 2 66931-62

              Johannes Hügel

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              Research Coordinator Energy Climate and Environment Multinational Development Policy Dialogue

              johannes.huegel@kas.de +32 2 66931 75 +32 2 66931 62