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Recent publications

20 February 2017Arndt Hassel, Christian Egenhofer, Razvan Nicolescu, Sorin-Dumitru Elisei
The EU Directive on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources contains the main body of the EU's current renewable energy (RE) policy.
20 February 2017Milan Elkerbout

Following the European Parliament’s vote on February 15th, giving final shape to the EU Emissions Trading System for the coming period 2021-2030, Milan Elkerbout pronounces in this new CEPS Commentary that we now know that the chamber as a whole prefers a more moderat

10 February 2017Milan Elkerbout

The report of the European Parliament's Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI) on the revised EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) for the post-2020 period differs considerably from the European Commission’s proposal of summer 2015.

30 January 2017Andrei Marcu, Wijnand Stoefs, Katja Tuokko, Christian Egenhofer, Fabio Genoese, Eleanor Drabik

Researchers at CEPS, in cooperation with researchers at Ecofys and Economisti Associati, have carried out a comprehensive examination of energy prices in selected EU industries, commissioned by DG Grow of the European Commission.

16 December 2016Milan Elkerbout

Given that US presidents tend to win re-election, Milan Elkerbout warns in this CEPS ECH Commentary that climate policy both domestically and globally should prepare for two terms of President Trump.

30 November 2016Vasileios Rizos, Arno Behrens

Small and medium-sized enterprises are increasingly aware of the benefits of closing loops and improving resource efficiency, such as saving material costs, creating competitive advantages, and accessing new markets.

Other publications

17 November 2016
Alan Riley
11 November 2016
Jaap Jansen, Eleanor Drabik, Christian Egenhofer
17 August 2016
Arno Behrens
13 July 2016
Christian Egenhofer, Monica Alessi, Jorge Núñez-Ferrer, Arndt Hassel
7 July 2016
Christian Egenhofer, Andrei Marcu, Vasileios Rizos, Arndt Hassel, Jorge Núñez-Ferrer

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