Last year's Winter Energy Package contains the seeds of two fundamental economic and political requirements needed for the EU to prosper: returning some ‘power to the people’, alongside European investment and network integration, write a number of energy experts.
Energy is the lifeblood of society, but it has become yet another negative punch bag in the UK referendum campaign, with claims and counterclaims about costs. But there is a simple and very positive story to be told, writes Michael Grubb.
A European Energy Union based on coal would be dead on arrival, writes Professor Michael Grubb, who adds that Poland has a golden opportunity to use EU climate policy to transition to other energy sources.
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