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Title The European Energy Transition : Actors, Factors, Sectors / edited by Susanne Nies ; preface by Jacques Delors
Published Deventer : Claeys and Casteels Publishing, 2019
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Description 1 online resource (545 pages)
Series European Energy Studies ; volume 14
European energy studies ; v. 14
Contents Front Cover; Half Title; Copyright; Table Of Contents; Chapter 1: Foreword by Jacques Delors, Founding President of the Jacques Delors Institute; Chapter 2: 42 Authors exploring Europe's Energy Transition:About this Book-Susanne Nies; PART 1 -- SETTING THE SCENE: CLIMATE, SECURITY OF SUPPLY AND COMPETITIVENESS -- INSEPARABLE; Chapter3: EU Climate Policy as a Driver of Change-Jos Delbeke & Peter Vis; 1. Introduction; 2. International process; 3. EU policy response; 4. Carbon pricing and the EU's Emissions Trading System; 5. Conclusion
2. Assessing the distributional impact of policies2.1 Income side; 2.2 Expenditure side; 2.3 Government side; 2.4 Summary; 3. Distributional effects of climate policies; 4. The distributional effects of a real-world climate policy: The EU ETS; 4.1 Allocation of free allowances; 4.2 Indirect cost compensation for electricity-intensive firms; 4.3 Overall distributional impact of the EU ETS; 5. Non-action; 6. Conclusion and recommendation to the incoming Commission and EP; 7. References
6.2 European blackouts and challenges since 20036.3 Nuclear risks; 6.4 Traditional risks related to third countries; 7. Always a winning bet: the first fuel energy efficiency; 7.1 Managing risks in a system with variable Renewables; 7.2 New climate risks; 7.3 New risks: Cybersecurity, power electronics and sector coupling; 7.4 Regulatory response to security of electricity supply risks; 7.5 Recommendations for the incoming EC and EP; Chapter 5: The Distributional Effects of Climate Policies-Gustav Fredriksson & Georg Zachmann; 1. Introduction
Chapter 4: Security of Supply: a new Focus on Electricity-Susanne Nies1. Risks are changing; 2. Security of supply and the scope of risks Europe is exposed to; 3. The EU institutional and regulatory set up for energy security; 4. Oil; 5. Gas: from golden age of gas to bronze and back to gold again?; 5.1 Import Dependency gas: the status quo; 5.2 The role of LNG for security of supply; 5.3 Europe's regulatory response to import dependency on gas; 6. Power: changing electricity paradigm and new risks; 6.1 Europe's meandering electricity geography
Chapter 6: Innovation: a Vital Challenge for the European Energy Transition-Pascal Lamy & Thomas Pellerin-Carlin1. Innovation is vital for Europe and for the energy transition; 1.1 Innovating to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions; 1.2 Innovating for competitiveness; 1.3 Innovating to enhance Europe's soft power; 2. Leading in energy innovation: EU successes and challenges; 2.1 Energy sectors: where the EU leads, lags or falls behind; 2.2 Two cross-sector challenges for the EU; 2.3 Energy-specific challenges; 3. The EU has potent tools to boost energy R & I
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Subject Energy policy -- Europe.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Real Estate -- General.
Energy policy.
Europe.
Form Electronic book
Author Delors, Jacques.
Nies, Susanne.
ISBN 9077644598
9789077644591