Topics discussed included the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the energy sector, scenarios for energy supply and demand at a global level and within a Mediterranean context, current Tunisian energy context and governance, as well as recommendations for defining a sustainable pathway for Tunisia’s energy sector.
According to Dr Nakhle, Tunisians have a lot to be proud of, including their active civil society. Although the energy transition will not happen overnight, it can be surely successfully doable with the right institutional framework and the right balance between current and future needs.
She was joined by Kamel Bennaceur, CEO, Nomadia Energy Consulting & Former Minister of Industry, Energy & Mines; Dr Houda Ben Jannet, General Director, OME; Rachid Ben Daly, Director General of Hydrocarbon, Ministry of Industry, Energy & Mines; Hichem Mansour, CEO, AL-HOSN Energy Consulting” & TENS Co-Founder.
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