• The transition to more sustainable energy systems has a variety of relevant implications for the EU and LAC countries. This study will show that, in order to develop renewable technologies, special attention needs to be paid to the financing challenges faced by investment in these new technologies.
• Given the variety of investment conditions across countries, including different characteristics of financial markets, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Nonetheless, this study aims at drawing lessons from the experiences already implemented and identify fundamental elements of the way forward.
• This policy brief precedes a report1 developed for the EU-LAC Foundation and it summarizes its main findings.
• Measuring, reporting and then accounting for fugitive methane emissions will be an important part of any decarbonisation strategy in the future. Natural gas is a relatively low-carbon fossil fuel [...]
Over the past two years (2018-2019) European aviation has been confronted with serious capacity challenges and high levels of delay. Subsequently, the Covid-19 pandemic has revealed that the European airspace [...]
The recast of the Electricity Directive (EU) 2019/944 in the Clean Energy Package entitles the European Commission to adopt implementing acts specifying interoperability requirements and non-discriminatory and transparent procedures for [...]
Demand-side flexibility can be incentivised to reduce the need for investment in distribution grids either implicitly or explicitly. Implicit demand-side flexibility is when prosumers react to price signals triggered by [...]