Energy and Climate Change

The CEPS Energy and Climate Change unit investigates a broad spectrum of questions related to the Energy Union, i.e. to ensure secure, affordable and sustainable energy now and in the long term. The work is organised around 4 workstreams: energy, climate, resources, infrastructure & finance, with a particular focus on integrating these to address specific policy questions. Typically, the work combines policy relevant research with stakeholder consultation and outreach activities. The unit also acts as a ‘club’ for stakeholders, decision-makers and experts to discuss and analyse possible solutions to today’s energy and climate challenges and ways to effectively promote and implement these solutions.






CARISMA: Coordination and Assessment of Research and Innovation in Support of climate Mitigation Actions

POCACITO: Post-Carbon Cities of Tomorrow - foresight for sustainable pathways to liveable, affordable and prospering cities in a world context

SCIS: The EU Smart Cities Information System shares data, experience and know-how for smart cities and an energy-efficient urban environment

SET-Nav: Navigating the Roadmap for Clean, Secure and Efficient Energy Innovation

Towards2030: Facilitating the RES policy dialogue for the period towards 2030



Measuring the IMPACTS of the transition to the CIRCULAR economy

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