The European Union energy transition- key priorities for the next five years
Georg Zachmann (),
Ottmar Edenhofer (),
Pedro Linares and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Andreas Löschel ()
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The issue Over the last decade, the European Union has pursued a proactive climate policy and has integrated a significant amount of renewable technologies – such as solar and wind – into the established energy system. These efforts have proved successful and continuing along this pathway, increasing renewables and improving energy efficiency would not require substantial policy shifts. But the EU now needs a much deeper energy transformation to- i)...
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