There has been an avalanche of reports and opinions on Brexit. This CEPS Energy Climate House (ECH) meeting will feature a stakeholder discussion on practical implications of Brexit on energy and climate. Recent and on-going work from CEPS and ECH will inform the debate alongside other panellists.
The concept of guarantees of origin is already mentioned in the first RES Directive of 2001, and has been reiterated within the framework of the 2007-09 climate and energy package (2020 targets). Objectives essentially are disclosure and transparency.
The DIACORE project started in April 2013 and is carried out under the Intelligent Energy – Europe programme. The aim of project is to ensure a continuous assessment of the existing policy mechanisms and to establish a fruitful stakeholder dialogue on future policy needs for renewable electricity (
The circular economy is not only a buzzword in environmental policy circles, but is also one of the EU’s key strategies to stimulate sustainable economic growth and jobs, as illustrated by the European Commission’s Work Programme for 2016.
The current EU climate ambition is to reach a reduction in GHG emissions of at least 40% by 2030 (compared to 1990). Sectors not covered by the EU ETS (non-ETS sectors) should contribute with reductions of 30% compared to 2005.