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Energy

ECH contributes to the debate on the evolving Energy Union in the new geopolitical context​.

Analysis will focus on the Energy Union and the evolving EU energy policy, notably the market, grids and pipelines, the new external energy policy as well as geopolitics and EU security of supply. ECH addresses EU and international energy challenges, including climate change, energy-related security and ​energy poverty in developing countries.

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Events

This seminar explored the potential of regional approaches for European energy. It assessed whether regional approaches can hone the effectiveness of...
Capacity mechanisms are currently in process or under debate in many EU member states, including France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK. They also...
Energy Union in the global energy perspective

Publications

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...
The Central and South-Eastern Energy Connectivity (CESEC) has moved to a new phase, one which sees the extension of its mandate to electricity...
Electricity will play a greater role in the transport and building sectors and all decarbonisation scenarios point to the increasing electrification...

Projects

CEPS joins the Green Growth Knowledge Platform as Knowledge Partner. PRESS RELEASE
CIRCULAR IMPACTS will assist the EU and its policy makers in realizing the transition from its current predominantly linear economy to a circular...
CEPS Energy Climate House has organised a Task Force on Creating a Market for Flexibility in the Electricity Sector. The objective to reach 27%...