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Climate and Energy Platform

As the necessity to decouple economic growth from a rise in emissions becomes more urgent, it is paramount for the EU to conduct an ambitious climate policy in line with its climate targets and the pledges made in the Paris agreement. In order for the EU to deliver on the Energy Union, in addition to climate action, it needs to tackle the issues around competitiveness and energy security. The European Policy Centre Climate and Energy Platform aims to promote discussion on these issues through multi-stakeholder debate and independent analysis. While evaluating the current policy developments, it makes recommendations for the way forward and reflects on the elements needed to achieve a positive and successful narrative for climate and energy action in Europe that can point to the benefits in reducing global emissions, fighting climate change locally, securing energy supplies, promoting wider socio-economic interests and increasing competitiveness – all at the same time.

The EPC team

The Climate and Energy Platform is an integral part of the EPC's Sustainable Prosperity for Europe and Europe in the World Programmes.

The activities are managed by Annika Hedberg, Head of the Sustainable Prosperity for Europe programme and Senior Policy Analyst at the EPC.


Climate & energy / ISSUE PAPER
Nord Stream 2: Rule no more, but still divide
By Marco Giuli - 25/06/2018
Turkish Stream back on the agenda?
By Marco Giuli - 01/09/2016
EU Governance / COMMENTARY
Nord Stream II – Testing EU unity and credibility
By Annika Hedberg - 16/12/2015
Economic governance / COMMENTARY
Nord Stream II – Another test for EU unity
By Annika Hedberg - 09/10/2015
Eurozone governance / POLICY BRIEF
Consensus, contradiction, and conciliation of interests: the geo-economics of the Energy Union
By Daniel Scholten , Inga Ydersbond , Thomas Sattich , Tor Håkon Inderberg - 08/07/2015
The Energy Union: what is in a name?
By Marco Giuli - 18/03/2015


Head of Sustainable Prosperity for Europe programme

Climate, energy, environment, EU budget, sustainable EU, circular economy, smarter use of resources, agriculture, Industrial transformation,  transport

Policy Analyst
EU Internal Energy Market, EU external energy policy, EU-Russia energy relations

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