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PGE Baltica, a newly established company by PGE, CEEP member, will implement the offshore wind farm program, an important part of PGE’s development strategy. The first farm in the Baltic Sea should be commissioned by 2025. PGE Baltica will deal with the comprehensive [...]read more
Poland has received 50 deliveries of LNG cargos with a total volume of 5.7 bcm after regasification, since 2016. Overall, 37 cargoes arrived from Qatar as part of a long-term contract with Qatargas, 9 spot deliveries – from Norway, the USA and Qatar, and one delivery [...]read more
The National Energy Independence Strategy of Lithuania adopted in 2018 provides that one of the key principles of the development of the electricity sector is to reduce energy dependence on electricity import by promoting sustainable investments in the development of [...]read more
The capacity of low carbon gas fueled electricity generation and cogeneration units in Poland is expected to reach 4000 MW in the coming years. Investments in such technologies are considered by key Polish energy companies: PGE, Energa, Tauron, PGNiG Termika and PKN [...]read more
Since the Joint Statement of 25 July 2018 in Washington D.C., when President Juncker and President Trump agreed to strengthen EU-U.S. strategic cooperation including in the area of energy, EU imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the U.S. have increased by 181%. [...]read more
As the Paris Agreement and the vision for a net zero carbon economy by 2050 require the EU and the member states to step up their decarbonisation efforts to an unprecedented level, this has major implications for energy production and thus for the energy-producing [...]read more
The process of decarbonisation of the European economy will be highly complicated and very costly. It encompasses many dimensions of business activities, including also, a not less important, social dimension. To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 as envisaged in the [...]read more
Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in cooperation with the European Policy Centre is organising a policy dialogue on just energy transition in Central and Eastern Europe, on the 7th of March, in Brussels. Today, 41 regions in 12 EU countries are actively mining [...]read more
Policy Paper: Cross-border energy cooperation in Central Europe. Towards flexible, secure and sustainable regional energy markets.
Regional cooperation has become one of the genuine pillars of European energy policy. It is pursued in all five dimensions of the Energy Union: security of energy supply, internal energy market, energy efficiency, climate policy and research and development. [...]read more
The 3rd edition of the Central European Day of Energy (CEDE) that will be held on 5th of November in Brussels, is focused on Cross-border energy cooperation in Central Europe, showing different cases of regional cooperation in the region. As a preparatory step to the [...]read more
REPORT: Funding Mechanisms in the fourth phase of the EU ETS, exploring what is known and identifying issues for clarification and discussion
The revision for the fourth phase of the EU Emission Trading System (ETS), covering the period 2021 - 2030, introduced a number of important changes concerning the ‘funding mechanisms’ in the system. Firstly, the existing mechanisms – the Solidarity Provision and the [...]read more
The deployment of renewable energy sources (RES) is of paramount importance for a successful energy transition, comprising a decreased dependency on import of fossil fuels and emission of greenhouse gases. RES are becoming more performing and mature on the market, and [...]read more
- Making it happen. Paving the way for the Central European North–South Infrastructure Corridor >>
- Completing Europe – from the North-South Corridor to Energy, Transportation and Telecommunications Union >>
- What Energy, Price, Growth? >>
- The Prague Report - Analysis of Central Europe’s Energy Sector >>
- The Future of Coal, Clean Coal Technologies and CCS in The EU and Central East European Countries >>
The Central European North-South Infrastructure Corridor is a key enabler for completing the European integration process by bolstering the connectivity, competitiveness and security of the EU- 11 and the European Union overall. Successful implementation of the Corridor would be a historical milestone in European integration, yielding enormous political, economic and social benefits.
This significant document highlights a critical element in the process of addressing Europe’s weaknesses: infrastructure development across Central Europe in the energy, transportation and telecommunications sectors. The study is structured around these three dimensions, without forgetting, of course, the required financial investments.
This report compares the energy prices between the EU-11 and the EU-15, showing that the gap in wealth is not reflected in prices paid for energy. Furthermore, it makes recommendations concerning energy and climate change in the EU’s new 2030 energy and climate policy strategy.
The report addresses the global and European dimensions of CCS – the opportunities but also the challenges associated with this new technology that may spark a revolution in our future energy policies.