17 March 2017Christian Egenhofer, Cristian Stroia, Julian Popov
The Central and South Eastern Europe Gas Connectivity (CESEC) is a major political success for the European Commission and the member states in their bid to integrate Central and South East European (C&SEE) energy systems.
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
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, Prof. Dr. Andrea Renda, Dr. Felice Simonelli , Edoardo Storti
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.