The second edition of the "Platform for Advanced & Emerging Economies Policy Dialogue" will discuss global supply chains, energy and security.
The UK Government has confirmed that it will withdraw from Euratom. But what does Euratom actually do? And what will happen when the UK leaves? The authors find major risks, potential costs and open questions.
At this event, we bruoght together key-experts that studied the regulatory and economic aspects of Nord Stream II
This book provides a detailed overview of the current status and future prospects of Euro-Mediterranean energy relations through analysis of those relations and pertinent case studies.
As the European Commission releases its new energy package, “Clean Energy for all Europeans”, our authors argue that cities are the key to success. They propose a new governance mechanism where cities develop and implement ambitious City Climate Plans – with direct monitoring and financial support from the EU.
L'attuale crisi migratoria e gli altri devastanti postumi delle cosiddette “Primavere arabe” illustrano in modo tragico, ma chiaro, la necessità di un nuovo approccio di cooperazione da parte dell’Europa nell’area del Mediterraneo. L’Europa deve urgentemente ripensare le proprie politiche nell’area, al fine di contribuire in modo concreto e sostenibile allo sviluppo economico dei Paesi sud: l’unico vero rimedio strutturale alle attuali problematiche.
Speech by the European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Miguel Arias Cañete, at Bruegel on 24 November 2016
At this event the European Commissioner for Climate Action & Energy, Miguel Arias Cañete, presented an important energy package.
Energy taxes contribute significantly to public budgets in the EU, but with the aim to reduce greenhouse emissions, the EU will have to fully decarbonise its energy system. However, taxing green energy poses a significant challenge, which could result in a tax revenue gap. Before this becomes a reality, European governments must start looking for alternative sources of public finance.
Cooperation in the energy sector could increase economic prosperity and political stability in North Africa and also generate economic opportunities for Europe. We propose a European public fund that would reduce the political risk for private sector investors in low-carbon energy in North Africa.
One year after the Paris climate conference, Europe struggles to advance its own ratification process of the agreement. However, a fast-track EU ratification procedure could enable the Paris Agreement to enter into force in time for the Marrakesh climate conference.
This joint publication brings together the papers produced as part of the first collaboration between Bruegel and the OCP Policy Center. Within the theme of “Seven Years after the Crisis: Intersecting Perspectives” our two organisations launched a “Platform for Advanced & Emerging Economies Policy Dialogue” in Rabat on 1 April 2016.