Nord Stream 2 remains a highly controversial issue at the European level. Its supporters underscore the project's strategic importance for the European gas market and natural gas’ importance for EU decarbonisation.
CEPS and the European Climate Foundation (ECF) are delighted to invite you to a discussion of “Climate-related financial disclosure: Which way forward for the EU?”. The topic of disclosure of climate-related financial risk is gaining traction.
The global energy and climate security outlook is changing based on various developments, including the end of the resource boom, the entry into force of the Paris Agreement, profound technological changes in energy supply and demand (e.g.
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The expansion of mandate beyond natural gas of the Central and South Eastern Europe Gas Connectivity (CESEC) in areas such as market coupling, electricity trading, renewable energy and energy efficiency has brought a new impetus to the implementation of regional energy policy cooperation and stakeho
The presentation of the report “State of European Tech - The future is invented in Europe” is organised by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) with the support of Startup Europe (DG CONNECT) and Finnova Foundation, under the frame of StartUp Europe Awards.
The transition of the EU electricity system will require major investment in low carbon sources among them renewables, often intermittent. In parallel, the EU will also require investment in flexibility, i.e.