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The Design of the Internal Energy Market in Relation to Energy Supply Security and Climate Change


  • Vincent Rious


The Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP), the Loyola de Palacio Chair on EU Energy Policy of the Robert Schuman Centre of Advanced Studies (European University Institute), the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and Wilton Park Conferences (WPC) organize a four-tier program for discussing the potential for a smart EU Energy Policy. The Florence workshop is then the first one in a series of four where academics will discuss the various interactions between the three objectives of the EU Energy Policy with stakeholders from governments, regulators and the industry. This workshop addressed the internal energy market design and its consequences for energy supply security and climate change policies. The workshop gathered over one day and a half 42 experts to discuss current problems and possible solutions for a smart EU Energy Policy.

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  • Vincent Rious, 2009. "The Design of the Internal Energy Market in Relation to Energy Supply Security and Climate Change," RSCAS Working Papers 2009/37, European University Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:rsc:rsceui:2009/37

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    Smart energy policy; 3d EU directive; Market design; Renewable energy; gas reform;

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