Piebalgs, Andris
January 2005
ICTE in Regional Development: 2005 Annual Proceedings;2005, preceding p1
Conference Proceeding
The article offers information on the challenges for the energy regulation in Europe. It states that the energy market in the region is rapidly changing thus, it also important for the energy policies to change since the energy sector is significant in the economic aspect of the region. An overview of several aspects relative to energy policies in Europe is presented including energy efficiency, the potential in the new member states and renewable energy.


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