Tag: European Union; energy union; Maros Sefcovic; Brexit; decarbonisation; electricity market design; energy efficiency; demand response; capacity mechanism; governance

  • EU energy policy – 4th time lucky?

    By: David Buchan , Malcolm Keay

    The European Commission has tabled a mega-package of legislative proposals to complete its blueprint for Europe’s Energy Union. Billed as “the biggest transformation of Europe’s energy system since the building of its centralised energy system a century ago”, the draft legislation aims to accelerate decarbonisation by adapting the electricity market to decentralised and intermittent renewables, […]

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