This book contributes to an ongoing debate about the EU as a global actor, the organization’s ability to speak with one voice in energy affairs, and the external dimension of the regulatory state…
Étiqueté : EU energy policy
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.
Past and potential roles of electricity system operators : from liberalisation to climate change management in Britain
This EPRG paper discusses the changing role of electricity system operators in Britain.
Issues and options with regard to the renewables target in the context of the 2030 EU Climate and Energy Package
Renewables – a contested success story of the 2008 package…
On 6 June 2012, the European Commission presented a Communication on its renewable energy policy, outlining options for the period beyond 2020. It confirms the market integration of renewables and the need for their growth in the decades after 2020
Energy Roadmap 2050. A Eurelectric response paper. Eurelectric, Feb. 2012, 18 p. http://www.eurelectric.org/download/download.aspx?DocumentFileID=73217 EURELECTRIC calls on the EU to adopt a more coherent approach to energy policy. Responding to the European Commission’s Energy Roadmap 2050, its new paper reaffirms the European power sector’s commitment to...
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