This timely book shows how the creation of a European Energy Union might be an effective and viable solution to the energy security problems that the European Union (EU) is facing. The aim is to make it easier to trade energy inside the EU. The EU currently has to rely on energy-rich countries for its energy needs, many of whom are politically and economically unstable. This places the EU in a vulnerable position.
Étiqueté : decarbonization
The paper explores the institutional legal framework for the creation of a European energy union, whose aim is to achieve affordable, secure and sustainable energy
Un papier de l’IDDRI consacré à la trajectoire de décarbonisation de la Chine à partir de l’analyse de scénarios d’émissions de CO2.
If Europe is serious about climate change, it has to reduce its overall greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050, thereby effectively going to a (near-) zero carbon energy and thus, electricity system…
The aim of this paper is to identify the main challenges regarding the achievement of a low-carbon energy system in the EU by 2050