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13 December 2017Christian Egenhofer, Cristian Stroia

In late December 2016 and early 2017, South Eastern Europe experienced an extended cold spell lasting almost six weeks and triggering an electricity ‘crisis’, which seriously affected EU member states as well as Energy Community countries, notably Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and FYR of Macedonia.

12 December 2017Milan Elkerbout

The clean energy transition – necessitated by the Paris Agreement and implemented in the EU through the Energy Union strategy – is changing the industrial landscape in Europe. Viewed through the lens of competitiveness, this transition brings about threats as well as opportunities.

01 December 2017Dr. Alexey Kokorin, Dr Anna Korppoo
Russia’s climate mitigation is lagging far behind the pace of global efforts, due to the leadership’s ‘ostrich approach’ to phasing out fossil fuels and its denial of the human origins of climate change.
 
20 November 2017Milan Elkerbout

At COP23 in Bonn, a rival US delegation insisted that Americans remain committed to the Paris Agreement. But Trump's actions pose a real threat to global climate policy.

20 November 2017Cristian Stroia, Christian Egenhofer
The Central and South-Eastern Energy Connectivity (CESEC) has moved to a new phase, one which sees the extension of its mandate to electricity markets, renewables and energy efficiency.
14 November 2017Milan Elkerbout
The ETS will be much stronger after the Phase 4 revision. But further adjustments may be inevitable in the future, given ongoing developments in the climate/energy world.

Other publications

19 October 2017
by Arndt Hassel, Jaap Jansen, Christian Egenhofer
27 September 2017
by Christian Egenhofer, Cristian Stroia
6 July 2017
by Arndt Hassel, Cristian Stroia, Christian Egenhofer, Jaap Jansen, Arno Behrens
2 June 2017
by Vasileios Rizos, Arno Behrens, Eleanor Drabik
7 April 2017
by Vasileios Rizos, Katja Tuokko, Arno Behrens

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