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Germany is the main energy transit country in Europe. It is connected to all of its neighbouring countries via transnational networks. It even shares a common electricity market with its western neighbours. Furthermore, the European [...]
Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland form the Central Western European (CWE) electricity market region. Also, they are the members of the Pentalateral Energy Forum (PLEF), an [...]
France is currently reshaping its energy and climate policy, with ambitious goals for the development of renewable energies and energy efficiency, together with a commitment to reduce the share of nuclear energy in the power mix. [...]
Polen und Tschechien stehen vor tiefgreifenden Reformen ihres Energiesektors, um die Sicherheit des Stromsystems weiterhin zu gewährleisten. In beiden Ländern findet daher eine breite Diskussion über die künftige Energiepolitik [...]
The Nordic region (“Norden”) consists of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, as well as their autonomous regions.
A third of total Nordic energy supply is renewable, and half of it is CO2-free. Norway plays a unique [...]
The energy transition is a European topic. The German electricity system is not only connected through transmission lines with its neighbours, it is obviously part of the European internal energy market. Energy is a shared competency [...]
Energy systems around the world are entering into a phase of transition – driven by technological developments, the thirst for energy, and decarbonisation policies. The Paris climate agreement set the course towards low-carbon [...]
The Turkish electricity system is counted among the fastest growing systems in the world, with consumption doubling from 133 TWh in 2002 to more than 260 TWh in 2015, a figure higher than Spain’s. Beyond strong and continuous growth, [...]
China's energy system is in rapid flux. China is by far the world's largest producer and consumer of coal, yet renewable energy has been booming on an unanticipated scale. For many years China has been the world's leader in installed [...]
The Japanese Energy and climate policy has undergone important transformation since the 2011 Great Earthquake and the shutdown of nuclear power plants following the Fukushima accident. A set of measures has been introduced for [...]
Southeast Asia is constituted by the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam.
In 2015 Mexico initiated the comprehensive reform of its energy sector with the passage of its Energy Transition Law (“Ley de Transición Energética”). So far, implementation of the law by the Mexican government has been robust. A key [...]
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