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What to make of the revised EU Energy Infrastructure Policy?

Priorities for improving the TEN-E regulation proposal

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Wind Turbines and electricity lines at night. Photo by Adolfo Félix on Unsplash.

One year after the publication of the European Green Deal (EGD), the EU Commission released its revised rules for cross-border European energy infrastructure. Being the first energy legislation revised in light of the updated energy and climate goals, the Trans-European Networks for Energy (TEN-E) regulation sets an important precedent for the credibility of the EGD delivery.

This note assesses the Commission proposal against three benchmarks, set out in the E3G’s briefing Energy Infrastructure for a European Green Deal, and makes recommendations for how to strengthen the proposal:

 

Read the briefing in full here. 

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