Smart Sector Integration represents an important part of the process of transformation of European economy towards climate neutrality and as such can contribute to the European Green Deal, if properly planned and executed. Similarly to many other strategies the integration of the energy sector with industry and consumer’s needs, should take into account the characteristics and restrains of sectors, businesses and technology. Therefore, there is a need to develop a comprehensive set of measures and incentives to create proper investment signals but also to encourage the right consumer behaviour.
For the sake of this paper we understand the smart sector integration as an interlinkage between energy, transport, building, industry sectors and final consumers. These links and relations which are currently rigid and often one directional, will evolved in the multidimensional areas and will impact the conduct of market participants.