Dozens of meetings in Europe and the United States; numerous published materials, articles and statements. Finally, participation in the most important bodies which decide on the future of Europe’s industry, and monitoring closely, developments in the energy-intensive and energy sectors, along with climate policy. These were some of the key activities implemented by Central Europe Energy Partners (CEEP) in 2014. One of the most important issues of interest to our association in 2014, was a report launched last November at a major conference in Istanbul. It represented a joint project of the Atlantic Council, - a leading US think tank - and CEEP. ‘Completing Europe – From the North-South Corridor to Energy, Transportation, and Telecommunications Union’ In our opinion, the rapid development of the North-South Corridor, which would constitute an integrated network of interconnectors in the energy, transport and telecommunications sector, would contribute to strengthening the EU. [Tweet "CEEP is calling for the establishment of the Corridor as a system of developed infrastructural connections"]CEEP is calling for the establishment of the Corridor as a system of developed infrastructural connections, i.e. natural gas and oil pipelines, electrical grids, highways, rail and telecommunications networks, which will span from the Polish coast including the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), and further to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovenia, and finally to the coast of Croatia, with the inclusion of Ukraine and Moldova. Low-priced energy is key to Europe’s revival Since its establishment, CEEP has been arguing that, if Europe aims to maintain its potential and position in the global economy, it must concentrate its efforts on decreasing the costs [...]
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We represent the widely understood Central Europe energy sector (electricity generation, distribution and transmission, renewables, gas, oil, heat generation and distribution, chemical industries, etc.), universities and scientific institutions.