What is the status quo on circular economy in Europe, who can we learn from, and which instruments are needed to lead a comprehensive transformation? More
Europe takes another step to accelerate the roll-out of renewables by removing permitting bottlenecks. Will this make a real difference on the ground? More
To address the gas crisis, the response is European: by binding gas saving targets, and by limiting the price Transmission System Operators charge. More
In the midst of geopolitical turmoil, Central Asia could play a key role in Europe's quest for energy security. How can the EU explore this potential? More
The digital and ecological transition accelerates, and with it the shortage of skilled workers. The EU is looking for solutions, but doubts remain. More
As Europe tries to ditch fossil fuels, the EU Energy Platform could alleviate the energy crisis. Will this build a true European solidarity? More
While the ETS remains one of the EU's key instruments for reducing greenhouse gas emissions cost-effectively, the current energy crisis and the fear of increased energy poverty across Europe make it more difficult for some national capitals to support this legislation. The proposal is now entering the final negotiation round with national governments and EU institutions. Negotiators are currently trying to strike an acceptable compromise for all Member States. A final decision is expected to be reached before the end of December.