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Energy: choices for Europe

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  • Juan Delgado
  • Hans W. Friederiszick
  • Lars-Hendrik Röller

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Can Europes nations go alone in their quest for a secure, competitive and environmentally-sustainable energy future? Or will this lead to a dispersion of effort, even to mutually undercutting national policies? If a common energy policy is the way forward, can the EU manage the necessary political arbitrage between 27+ different countries? This report seeks to answer these questions. A video from the launch event is available on ESMT's website. Follow the link below to see the complete dataset (data sources and methodology) of the Energy Policy Index (EPI)Energy_Report_Data_and_Methodology.pdf

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  • Juan Delgado & Hans W. Friederiszick & Lars-Hendrik Röller, . "Energy: choices for Europe," Blueprints, Bruegel, number 14.
  • Handle: RePEc:bre:bluprt:14
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