- corporation tax
- Bruxelles, Belgium
- Live streaming available
- External event
- European Commission, Charlemagne buildingRue de la Loi 170, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
- Part of
How can we ensure that energy taxes are effectively used in the EU to help achieve energy autonomy, while mitigating disproportionate impacts of high and volatile energy prices, and achieving a fair green transition? The session will bring different perspectives and valuable insights in the context of rising and more volatile energy prices and the need to reduce the EU’s structural energy-related dependency.
Meabh McMahon, European Affairs Correspondent, Euronews
Gerassimos Thomas, Director General for Taxation and Customs Union, European Commission
Femke Groothuis, Co-Founder and President, The Ex'tax Project
Christian Valenduc, Professor, University of Louvain - La - Neuve
Kurt Van Dender, Head of Tax and Environment Unit, OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration (CTPA)
This event is part of the European Commission’s series of events that will help steer the discussion towards a tax framework that is fit for the future. These events will culminate in a high-level Tax Symposium on 28 November 2022 on the “On the road to 2050: A tax mix for the future”.