Europe’s long energy journey: towards an Energy Union? | Oxford Institute for Energy Studies Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

This book will explore how far the European Union can go towards its new goal of forming its 28 member states into an Energy Union, in the belief that this will deliver energy affordability, security and sustainability. Situating today’s challenges in a broad historical sweep of EU policy development, it will deal in turn with the growing tension of liberalisation v. state intervention and subsidy in markets, the revolution in the electricity sector, and the need for a new market design and demand response to complete that revolution successfully. It will also examine the external context for Europe’s go-it-alone decarbonisation effort, specifically the cost impact on the competitiveness of energy-intensive EU industries with the rest of the world and the energy security risks of dependence on Russian gas in particular. The book will be published early autumn 2015.




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