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EU Climate and Energy Governance: There’s more to it than meets the eye

In this Commentary, a team of climate and energy specialists argue that a reliable system of climate and energy governance in the EU would certainly need to go beyond the issues that are identified in the 2030 framework. In their view, such a system would consist of no less than seven complex areas, which they proceed to outline and discuss their interrelationships. To ensure that these areas are dealt with in an integrated manner, they recommend that the European Commission creates a roadmap – possibly in the form of a Communication – that would indicate the direction, interactions and a timeline for their adoption.

Christian Egenhofer is Director of CEPS Energy Climate House and Head of the Energy and Climate unit at CEPS; Andrei Marcu was Deputy Director of CEPS Energy Climate House and Head of the CEPS Carbon Market Forum. Jorge Núñez-Ferrer is Associate Research Fellow, Fabio Genoese was Research Fellow, and Milan Elkerbout is Researcher at CEPS.

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Former Deputy Director of CEPS Energy Climate House & Head, Carbon Market Forum
Senior Research Fellow
Former CEPS Energy Climate House Research Fellow