Going local- empowering cities to lead EU decarbonisation
Simone Tagliapietra and
Georg Zachmann ()
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Four trends are reshaping the European energy system- decarbonisation, digitalisation and, as a result of the two, decentralisation and convergence. Based on strong public policies, decarbonisation is reshuffling the European energy mix, while innovation in digital technologies is enabling disruptive change in the way energy systems are operated. This enables the European energy system to become more decentralised with increasing interaction between services (electricity, heat, transport, data) that used to...
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