Energy guarantees of origin (GOO) will be an essential instrument in the context of the Commission’s forthcoming legislative proposals on the regulatory framework for facilitating the emerging low and renewable carbon hydrogen market and a concomitant substantial decrease in GHG emissions. GOOs will be required to enable customers to determine the source of, and above all GHG content of, the hydrogen they purchase. They will be important in facilitating trade and in developing a liquid EU-wide hydrogen market. GOOs should cover all forms of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, on an objective life-cycle basis.
On 19th March 2020, the European Commission adopted a Temporary Framework for State Aid measures, which is based on Article 107(3)(b)TFEU and complements other possibilities available to Member States to [...]
In 2020, the Florence School of Regulation (FSR) published a comprehensive study peer reviewing major analyses in the area of energy decarbonisation with the aim of giving a coherent interpretation [...]
This report was prepared to inform the Carbon Market Policy Dialogue (CMPD) between the European Commission, as the regulator of the EU Emissions Trading System, and the regulatory authorities for [...]
EU gas and electricity prices have increased rapidly over the last few months and reached unprecedented levels. While the recent energy price dynamics reflect current market conditions and have little [...]