Regionalisation of EU energy policies
Regional Energy Policy Cooperation Initiatives to achieve EU energy policy objectives: Focus on South East Europe
The implementation of Regional Energy Policy Initiatives is among European Commission’s priorities in achieving EU energy and climate goals and establishing an Energy Union. In light of the region-specific challenges faced by some member states and the different partnerships needed to coordinate a regional approach to energy policies formulation, the project will examine the political and economic justification to pursue cross-EU border approaches, specifically in terms of the cooperation potential in South East Europe between Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Turkey and the Western Balkans’ states, i.e. cooperation between EU member states and countries, which are member of the European Energy Community.
Effective Regional Energy Policy Cooperation in South East Europe: A Proposal, by Christian Egenhofer, Anna Dimitrova, Julian Popov
- Unlocking South East European Energy Potential Through Regional Cooperation, 3rd, 4th of June 2015. Sofia, Bulgaria
- Regional Energy Policy Initiatives to achieve EU energy policy objectives, 20th of January 2015. Brussels, Belgium.
- CEPS Energy Climate House Working Breakfast on Regional Energy Policy Cooperation at the European Parliament, 30th September 2015. Brussels, Belgium
Summary of Conclusions Presentation Luxembourg Declaration by MEP Claude Turmes
Agenda List of Speakers Regional Project Description