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Climate innovation is crucial in de-risking the effort to decarbonise the economy, and European policymakers need to make this part of ETS reform, argue Andris Piebalgs and Alessia Virone. Andris Piebalgs is the former European Commissioner for Energy; Alessia Virone is the Clean Air Task Force’s Director of EU Advocacy.Read the full article
[POLISH] Russian resources are mainly used to power European industry, this is another argument for the development of green technologies - explained Andris Piebalgs, former energy Commissioner from Latvia, during the Florence School of Regulation conference. He recalled that countries perceived as hostile to Russia are those that spend the most on armaments and are mostly independent of Russian resources: Poland and the Baltic states.Read the full article
"If, for example, caps were imposed on the offers of gas-fired power stations on the electricity market to reflect the actual gas sourcing costs of these players, many of whom still hold long-term procurement contracts not indexed to the spot gas price … this might reduce the supply of electricity in the market, pushing prices further up," Alberto Pototschnig, Deputy Director at Florence School of Regulation, told EUobserver.
[ITA] In anteprima per Sparks, l’intervista di Michele Governatori a Ilaria Conti, Responsabile Gas, Idrogeno e Decarbonizzazione della Florence School of Regulation presso l' European University Institute di Firenze. [WATCH THE VIDEO INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE]
[...] ‘That’s a pretty interesting point,’ notes Maria Olczak, an expert on methane policy based at the European University Institute’s Florence School of Regulation in Italy. ‘Because it’s the first time that the European Commission gave importance to an international body that somehow will be participating in the way the regulation is implemented.’Read the full article
[FRENCH] Les Européens doivent, dès aujourd’hui, diminuer leur consommation pour se passer des hydrocarbures russes, plaident les deux économistes.Read the full article
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