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In what ways can the EU achieve both the proposed 2030 40% emission reduction and its energy security goals? 11 comments from our contributors

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Mark Johnson

Senior Adviser on energy, environment and climate change

European Policy Centre

Posted on: 01/10/2014  | 

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Aylin Dirioz

Consultant

FTI Consulting

Posted on: 01/10/2014  | 

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Matthias Berninger

Vice President Public Affairs

Mars Incorporated

Posted on: 30/09/2014  | 

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Richard Green

Professor of Sustainable Energy Business

Imperial College London

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Posted on: 24/09/2014  | 

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Chris Bagley

Head of Energy

KTN

There can be very different drivers behind energy policy, and the mechanisms needed to ensure energy security. Typically, and despite genuine best intent, policy is frequently driven by political consideration rather than what is possible from a technical perspective.  Such policy results in relatively short-term approaches, whilst for...

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Posted on: 18/09/2014  | 

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Libor Lochman

Executive Director

CER

Following the Communication of the European Commission on the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies, the October European Council will be the moment for the Heads of State to decide on the targets for the post-2020 period. Europe needs to reduce its import dependence on fossil fuels. The transport sector has been the only major sector of...

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Posted on: 11/09/2014  | 

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